Multiplication Games For Kids

Best Multiplication For Kids To Play At School

Mathematics is one of the core subjects that will be taught to kids from the ages of 3-4. Kids may find it complicated to remember and recite multiplication tables. 

They can try these simple and fun multiplication games at school and home to be a pro at multiplication tables,

  • Quick Multiplication Games For Kids
  • Quick multiplication games are suitable for kids studying in third and fourth grade. This game can be challenging and exciting for the students. While playing this game make sure any sort of multiplication table charts or books are not visible to kids. 

    Select 10 students in a row and form a group of two. Kids can choose the team name by themselves, say team A and team B. The teacher can call out any student’s name from team A or B and ask for the product of two numbers from any table. The kids are supposed to reply with a correct answer to the question. As the number from the multiplication chart increases, the tougher the game gets. The team that gets the most right answers and scores the highest marks will be declared as the winner. This multiplication game helps kids to remember the tables easily and also builds a competitive spirit. Teachers can try this game in the classroom to keep the students engaged and interested. 

  • Kids Multiplication Recital Games 
  • Multiplication recital games are more suitable for kids in pre-school. Mathematics is one of the important subjects taught to kids from an early age. Multiplication is one of the basic arithmetic operations and kids will be learning them in kindergarten and at home regularly. To make it easy for young kids to learn multiplication tables, recital games can be played.

    When kids recite the new things they have learned, information can be retained for a longer period of time. Besides, reciting can be a fun activity when there are more than four-five kids involved. In this multiplication game, the teacher or the parent can select simple multiplication tables from 1-3 or 1-5 and make the kids recite them.  Multiplication games can be made fun for kids when the table recital is done in a sing-song tune. When the kids are reciting the tables, make sure they have a multiplication table book or a chart opened in front of them. This way, kids can look through the chart or book and recite the tables.  

  • Multiplication Card Games For Your Kids
  • This multiplication game is suitable for kids studying in grade three and above. The game requires a few colored index cards, say red and blue. The teacher can choose any multiplication table and write the multipliers on the index cards using a marker. These index cards should be put inside a box and shuffled. The teacher should select a group of students and divide them into two teams, the teams can be named after the two different colored index cards that were used, say team red and team blue. The red team picks red-colored index cards and the blue team picks blue-colored index cards. The teams should write the product of the two multipliers and put it back in the box. This can be a team activity where two teams can work together and discuss the answers with each other. The team that has written the most correct answers on the card will be announced as the winner. This multiplication game not only helps kids to remember the tables but also builds team spirit and teaches them about the importance of group effort.

  • Product Of The Two Multiplier Game
  • This multiplication game can be more challenging and competitive. It is suitable for kids studying in grade 5 and above. This multiplication game requires the teacher to select two kids. The teacher selects any multiplication table and hands out the multiplication chart to one kid. The kid with the chart is supposed to announce any product of the two multipliers from a particular table selected by the teacher and the other kid has to identify the multipliers. If he/she gets most of the answers right, the teacher can reward the student with a gift. This multiplication game is a little different from the other common multiplication games and adds more fun in the classroom.

  • Reverse Multiplication Games For Kids
  • Reverse multiplication game is suitable for kids who are studying in grade 5 and above. It is common to recite the multiplication table in order. However, reciting them in a reverse order adds more enjoyment to the game. As the name suggests, in this multiplication game, students are required to recite the multiplication table in reverse order. The teacher should select any multiplication, the higher the number, the more challenging the game gets. Pick any student from the class and simply ask them to recite the particular multiplication table in reverse order. By participating in such games, students find it more interesting to learn the multiplication tables. 

  • Hopscotch Multiplication Games For Kids
  • Hopscotch multiplication game is best suited for kids in kindergarten (pre-schoolers). Hopscotch is a classic and fun game played by young kids frequently. But in a hopscotch multiplication game, kids also learn tables along with having fun. This game requires chalk and open space. The teacher can draw 10-15 blocks using the chalk. Simple tables from 1-3 or 1-5 can be used for this multiplication game. The grid blocks should be filled with the products of a particular table along with some random numbers. For example, if table 2 is selected for the game, the hopscotch blocks will be filled with the products of 2 multiplication tables, say 2, 4, 6, 8, etc. The game begins when kids take turns and hop on the drawn blocks. They should avoid hopping on the random numbers and hop on the numbers that are products of the 2 tables. This game can be a little challenging for young kids but if the instructions are explained clearly, they find it easy to play the hopscotch multiplication game. Young kids will have a lot of fun trying this hopscotch game and they can also learn tables easily in an interesting way.