Single and Double Digit Multiplication Worksheets
How to Multiply Single and Double Digit Numbers  Multiplying two singledigit numbers can be a pretty simple task to perform. However, multiplying a singledigit number by a doubledigit number can be a situation when things are taken up a notch on the level of difficulty. But still, it is also not that difficult of a task to do. While multiplying a doubledigit number by a singledigit number, we just have to write them in a row, one below the other. Usually, we write the doubledigit number above the singledigit number. After we write it in this manner, we simply multiply the singledigit number with both the digits of the doubledigit number and write the answers below. Then we add the answers below in columns to obtain the final answer. Two doubledigit numbers are multiplied in the same manner.

Basic Lesson
Demonstrates the procedure of carrying place values to the next column. Provides two 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.
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Intermediate Lesson
Uses slightly larger string of numbers than the basic lesson. Also provides 2 practice problems.
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Independent Practice 1
Contains 20 singledouble digit multiplication problems. The double digit is always on top.
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Independent Practice 2
Contains 20 singledouble digit multiplication problems. Includes some single digit only problems to allow students to see the contrast.
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Homework Worksheet
Contains 20 singledouble digit multiplication problems. An example problem is worked out as well.
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Skill Quiz
10 singledouble digit multiplication problems. A math scoring matrix is included.
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Here's an easy way to square a twodigit number ending in 5...
Take the digit in the tens place and add "1"
Multiply the original "tens" number by the new number
Take the result and put it in front of a "25"
65 squared = (6+1) x6=42 & then 4225!