Fran’s Freebies: Multiplication Worksheets — 2’s to 5’s


These 28 colorful and fun multiplication worksheets focus on 3’s and 4’s, but the last 5 pages include 5’s and there is a sprinkling of 5’s problems on a few other pages.  Several pages near the beginning also focus on 2’s.

Skills practiced in this FREE multiplication worksheet pack:

  • counting in twos, threes, and fours
  • writing the answers to simple multiplication problems, 2’s through 5’s
  • multiplying 2’s through 5’s by 0 through 12 – in both vertical and horizontal arrangements
  • multiplying 2’s through 5’s by 2 or 3 digit numbers

Sample pages from this packet — click to view larger:

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Click Here to open this free printable PDF.

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About Fran Lafferty

I've been making little worksheets and games since I was about 5 years old and have published thousands of pages of printables since 2004. I'm still creating away... visit my Gravatar page to see my other online projects and to find my contact information.
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6 Responses to Fran’s Freebies: Multiplication Worksheets — 2’s to 5’s

  1. Amy says:

    I am SOOOOO grateful to you. I am very much looking forward to using these in the fall. THANK YOU!

  2. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! Thank you thank you thank you!!
    oh–and thank you!!!

  3. This is awesome! Games are the most effective method for teaching.

    • Thank you for your feedback! 😀
      Yes, especially when the children are small or have other “special needs” that makes games so much more effective than rote memory or drill…!
      3 out of 4 of my kids were “ADHD”… and that is why my curriculum had to be more ACTIVE than what I could find elsewhere. 😉

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