Single Digit Multiplication Worksheets
How to Perform Single Digit Multiplication  Singledigit multiplication can be a pretty simple task to do. It can be a bit difficult than singledigit addition or subtraction, but still, it is pretty easy to solve and can be solved relatively quickly. Singledigit multiplication is totally based upon how well we can add two numbers. It depends upon quick addition techniques. Basically, the main idea behind singledigit multiplication is repetitive addition. For example, if we are asked to multiply three by four, then basically, what we need to do is add three to itself four times. This is how singledigit multiplication is done. While obtaining the answer to three times four, the only thing that we need to consider is adding three to itself four times, and that is it. We will get the answer to our problem. Adding three to itself four times will give us an answer of twelve.

Independent Practice 1
Contains 20 single digit multiplication problems. The answers can be found below.
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Homework Worksheet
12 Single Digit Multiplication problems for students to work on at home. An example problem is provided and explained.
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Skill Quiz
10 Single Digit Multiplication problems. A math scoring matrix is included.
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Intermediate Lesson
Uses slightly larger string of numbers than the basic lesson. Also provides 2 practice problems. Multiplication is basically repeated addition of the same number for given number of times, e.g. 7 x 3 means 7 added 3 times or viceversa. Multiply the number in the top row with number in the given in rows below and write the product in adjacent column. Perform similar calculation with numbers given in adjacent rows.
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Independent Practice 1
Contains 20 single digit multiplication table problems. The answers can be found below.
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Independent Practice 2
Contains 20 single digit multiplication table problems. The answers can be found below.
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Homework Worksheet
Has 12 single digit multiplication table problems. An example problem is worked out as well.
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Skill Quiz
10 single digit multiplication table problems. A math scoring matrix is included.
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How Do I Remember?
Mnemonics are devices we use to remember facts or even
multiplication tables. Here are a few rhymes to help remind us of some multiplication
quotients:
Five, six, seven, eight 56 is 7 x 8
five, five, jump & jive 5 x 5 is 25
To multiply two "teens" quickly, here is an easy trick:
Set the equation up mentally, larger number on top, let's use 17x15
Take a footprint & cover the 17 & the 5
Add them together & multiply by 10 to get 220
Multiply the 5 by the 7 = 35.
Add 220 + 35 = 255.