Multiplication Math Puzzle Worksheets
How to Solve Multiplication Math Puzzles  Math is a very tricky subject, isn't it? There are so many numbers, so many questions, and so many variables that need close attention for you to solve! What a hassle! But that is not all there is to mathematics! Sometimes, actually more than just a few times, math is a really cool subject that can help sharpen your memory skills, help you solve questions really quickly, and make your problem skills very strong! For example, do how you can solve multiplication puzzles? That is alright! Let's take a look together! There are many games that can help your brain be sharper. With multiplication math puzzles, all you have to do is use the times table. Make sure that you learn all the multiplication tables by heart, and then you can easily solve all questions. These tables are like a short way of remembering what number is the answer when two numbers are multiplied. Let us say if we multiply 2 by 4; we know the answer is 8, because we already know the multiplication table of 2! Learn all the tables by heart, and you can easily solve all questions!

Basic Lesson
Demonstrates the procedure of using a multiplication matrix. Helps students think critically. Using the multiplication operation only, find the trail in each puzzle going horizontally or vertically from * position. Start from 2 going right horizontally, 2 x 2, then vertically down and then right horizontally, 2 x 2 x 4 x 5 = 80 is the trail.
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Intermediate Lesson
Uses slightly longer product paths within the puzzle. Also provides 2 practice problems.
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Independent Practice 1
Contains 20 multiplication puzzles with random product paths. The answers can be found below.
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Independent Practice 2
20 more problems for you. The multiplication trail begins from the star.
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Homework Worksheet
Has 12 math multiplication puzzles. An example problem is worked out as well.
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Off To College...
A father writes a letter to his son who is away at college:
"Dear Son, here is the 50 dollars you asked for. By the way, in the future
please remember that the number 50 is written with one zero, not with two.
Love, Dad"