## Print the 8 Times table Chart

A **pretty 8 Times table chart** in A4 format (PDF) that will help you learn your **8 times table**. Thanks to its colored numbers, it will make it easier for you to memorize the multiplication results.

Print for free this 8 times table and don't forget to take a look at the time-saving trick for the 8 times table. Then, practice online this times table. It will help you memorize the table even faster.

This chart is also available in other colors or in black and white. Feel free to look at all the templates we propose below and choose your favorite one!

In a Multiplication Chart, the results are displayed in a table (with columns and rows), whereas in a Times table Chart they are displayed as a list of increasing multiplications.

Here the list starts at 8x1 and ends at 8x12. One way to memorize your table is to recite it aloud in this way:

“ 8 times 1... 8, 8 times 2... 16, 8 times 3... 24, 8 times 4... 32, 8 times 5... 40, 8 times 6... 48, 8 times 7... 56, 8 times 8... 64, 8 times 9... 72, 8 times 10... 80, 8 times 11... 88, 8 times 12... 96 ”

This way of learning using auditory memory is effective for many children.

**Print the 8 Times table Chart (PDF)**

If you plan to print the other times tables, we advise you to choose a different color for each multiplication table from 1 to 12. To save time, you will find, in our All Times tables section, PDFs including all the tables colored like a rainbow.

## Our other 8 Times table PDF

Thanks to the many colors available, you will undoubtedly find your favorite chart! Our black and white 8 Times table charts will be perfect if you prefer sobriety, if you want to save ink or if you prefer to color your times table yourself using your pencils or markers. Feel free to click on the images to preview the PDF or use the "PRINT" button below the image to download the chart of your choice.

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## Trick for the 8 times table

In the 8 times table, there are **only 1 multiplication to learn!** It is 8 x 8 = 64. Memorize 8 x 8 multiplication once and for all, **in record time**, thanks to the octopuses picture and story!

Why there is only one multiplication to learn?

- When you get to the 8 times table, it means you've learned your tables from 2 to 7, so you should already know the multiplications 8 x 2 (= 2 x 8), 8 x 3 (= 3 x 8), 8 x 4 (= 4 x 8), 8 x 5 (= 5 x 8), 8 x 6 (= 6 x 8) et 8 x 7 (= 7 x 8). If not, keep practicing with the previous tables before tackling the 8 times table.
- And for the 8 x 9 multiplication, you don't need to know it by heart, because there's a trick that makes it easy to find all the results of the 9 times table.

### The results of the 8 times table

- 8 x 1 = 8 (see 1 times table)
- 8 x 2 = 16 (see 2 times table)
- 8 x 3 = 24 (see 3 times table)
- 8 x 4 = 32 (see 4 times table)
- 8 x 5 = 40 (see 5 times table)
- 8 x 6 = 48 (see 6 times table)
- 8 x 7 = 56 (see 7 times table)
- 8 x 8 = 64 To know by heart! (see the trick below)
- 8 x 9 = 72 You don't need to know it by heart, there's a trick for the 9 times table
- 8 x 10 = 80 (see 10 times table)
- 8 x 11 = 88 (see 11 times table)
- 8 x 12 = 96 (see 12 times table)

### Trick to memorize 8 x 8

**Story of the 2 octopuses:**

Two octopuses in the shape of an 8 are on their buoys.

They both get off the buoy.

The first octopus wants to observe the fish, so he puts on his mask and snorkel. The snorkel and his head on the surface of the water form a 6.

The second octopus, wearing a sailor's cap, prefers to go sailing. He moves away on a sailboat in the shape of a 4.

You know now that 8 x 8 = 64.

Author: Emmanuelle ROUGER
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Published by Memozor

Article published on september 19, 2023 /
Last modified on september 19, 2023
## How to learn your 8 times table ?

Once you've learnt your times table, **don't forget to practice**! This will help you **memorise the 8 times table** over the long term. To do this, we suggest two types of exercise: an interactive online exercise or printable exercises to do at home. Choose the method you prefer!

### 1- Practice with this online exercise

In this exercise, you can choose between several settings, so it's up to you to select the ones that suit you best. Here are the available options:

- Number color: By choosing the colorful numbers option, the color code of the table of 8 (dark purple) is applied. This is the same color code as the printable 8 times table chart at the top of the page. The use of color helps memorization, so we highly recommend the colorful mode!
- Number format: you can choose a specific font for the numbers. There are standard fonts, but also school fonts. Select the one that's closest to the one used at school.
- Game mode: random or increasing. When you don't know your table very well, we advise you to
**start with the "increasing" mode**. As soon as you feel more comfortable, try the **"random" mode**, which is a little more difficult but will help you memorize all the multiplications in the 8 times table.

You'll notice that at the very bottom of the exercise, we display your most common errors. This will help you to know which multiplications are still giving you trouble, and so, which ones you need to keep practicing.

If you like this exercise, you can also practice with the other tables in the All times tables section.

USEFUL !You can see your more common mistakes below the settings.

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### Your most common mistakes :

You will find here the list of your most common mistakes

### 2- Print the worksheet

Print the PDF **worksheet for the 8 times table** thanks to the button below and then **fill in the answer fields**. Whenever you’re not sure of the answer to a multiplication, circle it in red. This way, you know which ones you need to keep practicing. Once you have filled in all the fields, print a Multiplication Chart or use our Online multiplication chart to check your answers and circle all your mistakes in red. If you made any mistakes or had any hesitations, continue practicing with the 8 times table before you start learning the 9 times table.

**Print the Worksheet**

8 Times table (PDF)

#### Here are our other Times tables Charts (PDF)

### A chart with all the times tables (2 PDF to cut and assemble)

A pretty chart with all the times tables to print in A4 format (PDF). We have assigned a different color code for each times table, with a nice color gradient. The colors will help you memorize all your multiplication tables from the 1 to the 12 times table (other colors are available for this resource).

See the Chart