# 10 Times Tables Worksheets

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10 Times Tables Worksheets are designed to help you practice multiplication, specifically multiplying numbers by 10. These worksheets can still be beneficial for you, particularly for reinforcing your math skills and strengthening your understanding of the number system. It’s kind of like practicing a sport – the more you practice, the better you get!

These worksheets consist of different types of exercises all based on multiplying by 10. You might find fill-in-the-blank problems, multiple-choice questions, or matching exercises where you need to connect a multiplication problem with its correct answer. For example, you might see a problem that says “10 x __ = 70” and you would need to fill in the blank with “7”. Or you may see a list of multiplication problems on one side and their answers on the other, and your task would be to match them correctly.

They also include word problems. Word problems are stories or real-life situations where you need to use multiplication to solve them. For instance, a word problem might say, “If one apple costs 10 cents, how much do 7 apples cost?” In this case, you’d need to multiply 7 (the number of apples) by 10 (the cost per apple) to find the answer: 70 cents.

They can help you see patterns and relationships between numbers. For instance, you may have noticed that when you multiply a number by 10, the product is just the original number with a zero added to the end. That’s a neat pattern!

They’re a great tool for reinforcing your math skills, helping you see patterns in numbers, and preparing you for more advanced math topics. Remember, practice makes perfect. The more you work on these, the faster and more confident you’ll become at multiplication!

Repetition and Practice

Step 1) Start by writing down the multiplication table for the numbers 1 to 10. For the 10 times table, you’ll be focusing on the multiples of 10.

10 x 1 = 10
10 x 2 = 20
10 x 3 = 30 and so on.

Step 2) Read each multiplication fact out loud. You can say them in order or mix them up to challenge yourself.

Step 3) Visualize the multiplication facts as you say them. For example, when you say “10 x 3 = 30,” picture three groups of ten objects or three rows of ten dots in your mind.

Step 4) Repeat the multiplication facts multiple times until you feel comfortable with them. You can go through the entire table or focus on specific facts that you find challenging.

Step 5) Test yourself by covering up the answers and trying to recall them from memory. You can use flashcards or write down the multiplication problems without the answers and attempt to solve them.