Printable Black & White Multiplication Chart (1-10) - Free
Print for free our Multiplication Chart 10x10
Here is the Printable Multiplication Chart (PDF) from the 1 time table up to the 10 times table, it's a Free resource. You can use it as a reminder or to learn your times tables up to 10x10 multiplication. It is a classic chart in black and white but you can color it to memorize more easily.
Take a look at our Multiplication chart Black & White, in a suitable format for school use (from 1 to 12).
A Complete multiplication Chart, like this one, is a great way to learn the tables. When you think you know them, we advise you to practice with a Blank multiplication Chart to fill in, it is an effective way to finally know by heart your multiplication tables.
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Black & White Multiplication Tables Chart (1-10) in PDF format
This multiplication chart is in standard A4 size so that you can easily print it at home. By clicking on the button above, you can print or download this PDF Chart. Then post it on your bedroom wall or put it into your school bag. You can also glue it on a cardboard support (and eventually laminate it) so that it lasts longer!
This Chart is a grid containing the multiplication tables from 1 to 10, it is also called « Pythagorean table ». The Pythagorean table is a visual representation of the multiplication tables that is very useful to quickly find the result of a multiplication.
How to read this Chart ?
To find the result of a multiplication, simply look for the intersection between the horizontal line corresponding to the first multiplication number and the vertical line corresponding to the 2nd number. You can dragg your finger along the line to the intersection if that helps.
Find our illustrated & detailed explanation here: How to read a Multiplication table Chart ?