Today I’m sharing a set of free multiplication bingo games – perfect for practicing those tricky facts!

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Our oldest just began fourth grade and is required to practice her multiplication flash cards five times a week.

After a week, she already knew her facts.

But we’re still asked to practice them.

I don’t know about you, but doing flash cards with a child who already knows her facts – every night – makes me crazy. So I’m on a mission to create a series of fun multiplication games.

That way we can fulfill her assignment without getting bored! And as a bonus, your kids can enjoy the games too.

I like this set of games because they’re for a single player. I’m happy to help my kids with their homework, but when the baby is crying, the toddler needs help in the bathroom, the three boys are fighting, and I’ve got supper on the stove… it’s really nice when my daughter can do her homework herself. (Especially when she doesn’t really need help.)

In the download you’ll find a set of 11 different games. Nine of the games focus on a single set of facts. In the pictured game, you can see that’s focused on just the 3’s. (I didn’t include the 0’s or 1’s. Because they’re just too easy.)

The final three games include mixed facts.

To play, grab a Do-a-dot marker (or regular marker), playing piece, and die.

Have your child put her playing piece anywhere on the perimeter of the board. Have her roll the die and move around the board. When she lands on a fact, she finds the answer in the middle and dots it (or X’s or colors it, if you don’t have Do-a-Dot markers).

When she gets five in a row, she’s done practicing.

Stay tuned for more multiplication activities… grab this one today!

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Leslie

Thank you so much for making this free game! I have my grand daughter for a couple of weeks and have been trying to help her learn her multiplication facts. This will help make it more fun! 🙂

Heather Groth, Customer Support

That is wonderful, Leslie! Enjoy!

shannon

This is wonderful!!! I was looking for something for the extra kids to do today and found this. Thank you so much for the time you put in to this. I love it!

Kathleen Bender

Our students LOVE this! Thank you! A great alternative for practicing facts!

Anna G

You’re very welcome, Kathleen!

LS

Thank you!

Leaore S

Hello,

I enjouy your site very much.

I printed your “multiplication facts” practice sheets. It seems like I misplaced them.

Where can they be found?

Thank you,

Leore S

Leore S

*enjoy

Anna G

I’m sorry, I don’t have any facts practice worksheets on my site.

Shari

Thank you for continuing to gift us such amazing content! Could you make a board with mixed facts up to 5X5? That’s as far as my grade 3s need to memorize 🙂

Anna G

I can put that on my “to make” list, but it might be a little while … 🙂 Make sure you’re on the subscriber list so you’ll get notified when I make an update!

seagreenaz

I have homeschooled for 26 years. This game is so well done. I printed to use with my 4th grader. My 1st grader didn’t want to be left out. I handed her a hundreds chart and she has now learned her 2’s and 3’s. I did not have the chance to plan when to use them. They were whipped off the printer and the children began playing. I put the sheets in page protectors and they use dry erase markers.

I would love to see a set with 11’s and 12’s as well as a set for addition.

Thank you so much for sharing.

Anna G

Thank you so much for telling me how these are working for you – that’s wonderful to hear! At this point I do not plan to add a set for 11 and 12, but maybe in the future. I do have a set for addition in the subscriber library. If you join my free newsletter, you will get an email with a link and password to get them for free. You can sign up here: https://www.themeasuredmom.com/aa-subscribe-free-newsletter/

Linda

I think I will laminate them and use dry erase markers. Thank you so much.

Anna G

You’re welcome, Linda!

Linda

Thank you for sharing. We will use them when we have a few minutes “spare time”.

Anna G

I hope they are a success!

Pat

What a novel idea! I love the fact that it can be practised as an independent activity. A great way to end the drudgery of learning the tables. Thank you so much!!

Anna G

You’re very welcome, Pat!

Mary Cassar

Very useful resources. Thanks a lot

Anna G

You’re very welcome, Mary!

Michelle

Thank you so much for these bingo cards. I am a third grade teacher and these will be perfect for center work. Fun way to review/practice facts!

Anna G

You’re welcome, Michelle!

Marisse

Thanks for these bingo games. We recently moved and my son won’t be starting school til September. These are great to keep multiplication interesting and fresh.

Anna G

You’re very welcome, Marisse!

Sharon

How do I reset my password?

Anna G

The only password for my site is the same for all subscribers. You’ll find it at the end of your most recent newsletter.

Mary

I am teaching multiplication tables and you are right doing the multiplication cards bores them after a while. I have done mixed facts speed maths and simple division to check if they understand that multiplication is the reverse of division(sharing). This is great because now I have one more way to check their understanding of the topic. I will use it this week during Maths group activities.

Anna G

Thank you so much for your thoughtful comment, Mary! I hope your students enjoy these games. 🙂

Rachel

Thank you!

Anna G

You’re welcome, Rachel!

Vanaja Sathiskumar

Fantastic ! I think you are not only thoughtful and talented but generous too.

Anna Geiger

Thank you, Vanaja! That’s very kind of you to say! 🙂

Andi

Do you happen to have these for the other operations? I wanted to check before I attempted to make my own! 🙂 Great for centers work!

Anna Geiger

No, not yet, Andi!

Kati

I didn’t get it. Can you explain that again? Thank you it looks so great

Anna Geiger

Just print the games, Kati, and you’ll find the instructions printed right on them!

Jackie

Looking forward to use this in class as part of the Early Finishers Tasks. I’m sure my kids will love it! Thanks a lot for sharing such fantastic ideas! 🙂

Anna Geiger

Thank you, Jackie!

Alayna

Love the Multiplication BINGO games! Thank you so much

Anna Geiger

I’m so glad you can use them, Alayna – thank you for the comment!

Olga Konikevich

Thanks a lot! My guys just need to revise multiplication.

Anna Geiger

You’re very welcome, Olga!

Barbara

Thank you for being so creative. This multiplication game is just perfect for reviewing the time tables and lots of fun for the kids. My son just loves them.

Anna Geiger

I’m so glad to hear that, Barbara!

Sue

Hi, this is great! My son is in fourth too. Can’t wait to try them. I did notice on the playing board with the instruction it mentions letters/diagraphs.

Anna Geiger

Oops, thanks for catching that! I fixed it.