## Free Multiplication Bingo Game (printable)

Posted on Last updated: January 8, 2022

This is a free, printable multiplication bingo game for two players to practice their multiplication facts. This is a fast paced game of rolling dice and times tables.

• 2 Sets of Different Colored Bingo chips, blocks, erasers, or a dot marker.

This unique interactive bingo game is a fun way to practice multiplication problems. It includes basic multiplication facts through 6. Small groups can use it at a math center or if you want it to be a whole class game, simply give game cards to each pair of students. This math bingo game can also be played individually by encouraging the student to roll and get 5 in a row.

Directions:

• Download and print the bingo cards. Each multiplication bingo card is used by 2 players.
• The first player rolls 2 dice. Then, they multiply the two numbers together that they rolled. That player covers the answer (the product) with their bingo chip (or block, eraser, or dot marker).
• The next player rolls 2 dice, multiplies the two numbers together, and covers the answer (product).
• Players continue to take turns rolling and covering the numbers.
• The first person to cover five in a row, wins!

Two player game are a great way to build social skills and sportsmanship (positive attitudes when you win or lose).

Multiplication games that focus on basic facts are the best choice for reluctant learners. They build confidence and fluency in their math skills. Multiplication tables can be tricky to learn. Repetition with a small amount of facts in a fun game is a better choice than multiplication worksheets.

## Different Games to Practice Multiplication

Multiplication War

• Divide a deck of playing cards like you would for a game of War.
• Each player flips over the top card from their pile at the same time.
• Both players work to multiply the numbers together and figure out the answer (product).
• The first player to say the answer wins that set of cards.
• Continue until the entire stack of cards has been flipped and multiplied.
• Both players count the number of cards they won. Whoever has the most cards wins.

Multiplication Squares from Games 4 Gains – This 2 player dice game is a great game for making learning fun.

Check out our Multiplication Wheels Worksheets for more practice with fact families.

Free printable black and white multiplication chart to use at home or in the classroom.

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Multiply two numbers and click on the correct answer. The lower the SCORE the better.

## Multiplication Bingo Game ONLINE

There is a multiplication problem above the table. You have to click the number which represents the correct answer.

The object of this multiplication BINGO game is to get five stars in a column, row or diagonally. The correct answer of the multiplication problem can be always found in the BINGO table.

## How to play multiplication BINGO online games?

Click on the correct answer of the multiplication problem written above the table. For example, we are looking for the result of the multiplication problem 3x4. The correct answer is 12, so click on the number 12 in the multiplication BINGO chart.

If your answer is correct, the number changes to a star ★ , if your answer isn´t correct, the number will flash red and you have to click an another number.

The centre of the multiplication BINGO table is already pre-filled with a star.

In this multiplication BINGO online game the result 12 corresponds to both multiplication problems: 2x6 and 3x4.

## Free multiplication BINGO printables

Download these free printable multiplication BINGO sheets. You can generate as many different multiplication BINGO printables as you want. Every child in the classroom will have own multiplication BINGO chart.

You can play our printable multiplication BINGO game with 10-sided dice or use our printable multiplication BINGO cards which you can find bellow.

## Multiplication Bingo PDF

This no-prep BINGO multiplication game covers multiplication facts from 1x2 through 10x10. Instuctions are included too.

Each multiplication Bingo sheet has a grid of numbers arranged in rows and columns, each cell contains an answer of multiplication problem.

How to play multiplication BINGO game:

• First, the teacher or the parent randomly selects a multiplication flash card and reads out a multiplication problem. You can also use a 10-sided dice .
• If the result of multiplication matches any of the numbers in the table, mark that box with a star or cross it out. See the tutorial on YouTube here .
• If no number in the BINGO chart corresponds to the result of multiplication fact, then the player skips a turn.
• The aim of the game is to get five marked fields in a row (horizontally, vertically, or diagonally). The central square is counted as marked.
• Players continue to mark their BINGO sheets as the teacher reads out problems. The first player who has five stars calls out "BINGO!" and is declared the winner.

Browse all our free printable multiplication games here .

## Printable multiplication BINGO cards PDF

Download free printable multiplication BINGO cards in PDF. These free multiplication BINGO calling cards with answers on back are easy to print. Fold times table BINGO cards in half and glue.

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Want to deepen your kids' understanding of multiplication? Challenge them to use their knowledge of the multiplication facts to win this fun multiplication online game !

## Online multiplication BINGO games

The goal of the multiplication BINGO math game is to get the lowest possible score. It is the number of clicks you have done to gain BINGO. The best SCORE can be 4.

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## Times Tables Bingo. Free Printable

Games are a fun and valuable way for children to revise and apply math knowledge and skills. This free, printable Times Table Bingo provides a fun way for kids to test their multiplication knowledge, and it is easily adapted for children learning their 2x, 3x, 5x or 10x tables, any combination of the four, or all four at once!

## Printing Your Times Table Bingo

Click here to download: Times Tables Bingo Game . The PDF includes 6 game boards, 4 sets of multiplication cards and a backing sheet for the multiplication cards. Print the game boards and multiplication cards onto matte photo paper or lightweight cardstock. Re-insert the multiplication cards into the printer and print the backing paper on the reverse side of these pages. Cut out the game boards and multiplication cards. Laminate.

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## How to Play Times Table Bingo

You will need:

• A set of printed game boards and multiplication cards
• Nine tokens for each player – we used Duplo blocks but counters, coins or Lego bricks would work just as well
• A whiteboard marker

1. Decide which sets of multiplication cards you will use for your game. You can use just one set (of twos, threes, fives or tens), or two or three sets of your choice, or all four sets. Shuffle the cards that correspond with the sets you have chosen and place the cards in a stack, face down in the centre of the table.

2. Give each player a game board and ask them to choose nine numbers that are multiples of your chosen times tables. Each player writes their selected numbers onto their game board with a white board marker, one numbers in each of the nine squares on the game board.

3. They youngest player goes first. They begin play by turning over the top multiplication card. Each player who has the number that corresponds to the answer to the multiplication problem shown on the card, covers that number on their game board with a token. For example, if the card reads 3 x 3 =, then any player with the number 9 on their board would cover the 9 with a token.

4. Play continues clockwise around the table.

5. The winner of the game is the first person to cover all of the numbers on their game board.

6. Erase the numbers from the game boards, shuffle the multiplication cards and start another game!

Christie Burnett is a teacher, presenter, writer and the mother of two. She created Childhood 101 as a place for teachers and parents to access engaging, high quality learning ideas.

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## One-player multiplication bingo games

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

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 ).

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

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December 10, 2020 at 10:22 pm

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

December 11, 2020 at 9:51 pm

That is wonderful, Leslie! Enjoy!

November 20, 2019 at 8:27 am

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

October 22, 2019 at 8:02 am

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

October 30, 2019 at 5:21 pm

You’re very welcome, Kathleen!

February 21, 2019 at 12:57 pm

February 17, 2019 at 11:23 am

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

February 17, 2019 at 12:03 pm

February 21, 2019 at 6:31 am

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

January 18, 2019 at 8:49 pm

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 🙂

January 18, 2019 at 8:54 pm

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!

November 3, 2018 at 10:51 pm

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.

November 4, 2018 at 7:40 am

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/

September 17, 2018 at 4:42 pm

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

September 23, 2018 at 7:48 am

You’re welcome, Linda!

September 17, 2018 at 4:39 pm

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

September 23, 2018 at 7:50 am

I hope they are a success!

September 17, 2018 at 11:58 am

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!!

September 23, 2018 at 7:49 am

You’re very welcome, Pat!

Mary Cassar

September 17, 2018 at 1:48 am

Very useful resources. Thanks a lot

You’re very welcome, Mary!

June 8, 2018 at 9:40 am

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!

June 23, 2018 at 7:32 am

You’re welcome, Michelle!

May 29, 2018 at 9:03 am

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.

June 2, 2018 at 3:40 pm

You’re very welcome, Marisse!

April 29, 2018 at 11:14 pm

How do I reset my password?

April 30, 2018 at 5:22 am

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

April 29, 2018 at 9:43 pm

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.

May 5, 2018 at 11:18 am

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

April 29, 2018 at 4:27 pm

May 5, 2018 at 12:07 pm

You’re welcome, Rachel!

Vanaja Sathiskumar

May 24, 2017 at 10:50 pm

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

Anna Geiger

May 28, 2017 at 3:59 pm

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

February 10, 2017 at 2:12 pm

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!

February 10, 2017 at 2:14 pm

No, not yet, Andi!

February 2, 2017 at 2:33 pm

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

February 2, 2017 at 2:35 pm

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

September 17, 2016 at 10:57 pm

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! 🙂

September 18, 2016 at 6:47 am

Thank you, Jackie!

September 17, 2016 at 10:34 am

Love the Multiplication BINGO games! Thank you so much

September 17, 2016 at 1:36 pm

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

Olga Konikevich

September 15, 2016 at 1:02 pm

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

September 17, 2016 at 6:51 am

You’re very welcome, Olga!

September 15, 2016 at 6:42 am

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.

September 17, 2016 at 6:50 am

I’m so glad to hear that, Barbara!

September 14, 2016 at 8:54 pm

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.

September 14, 2016 at 9:02 pm

Oops, thanks for catching that! I fixed it.

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## Free Multiplication BINGO Printable for Kids

By: Author Charlene Hess

Posted on Last updated: March 17, 2022

If you’re wondering how to teach multiplication and are looking for clever (and effective) solutions, why not try a free Multiplication BINGO printable?

There is so much more to learning your times tables than just memorizing multiplication tables. You must also understand the math concepts behind each multiplication problem.

Why would you want to include a fun game such as times table BINGO in your child’s math lessons? Because this fun math game makes it easier than ever to learn basic math skills and practice multiplication.

Just like you must understand phonics and sight words when learning how to read, you must also learn your times tables from the bottom on up. Beginning around third grade, begin practicing the 2’s, 3’s, and 5’s times tables then as your child grows, begin introducing other more advanced multiplication problems.

Multiplication BINGO is a great way to incorporate some fun while also practicing those times tables. Plus, this math BINGO game is a low-prep activity for homeschool parents and teachers – just print and go!

Bonus Points – BINGO is a whole lot more fun for young learners than flash cards. Learn math facts the fun way by including a fun game in the form of multiplication BINGO cards and boards.

Parents and teachers will want to download a multiplication BINGO board because it is an effective and fun way to learn multiplication . The game helps students practice their times tables, and it is low-prep for parents and teachers.

Plus, it is a great way to incorporate some fun into learning!

## How Do You Play Multiplication BINGO?

Since this game is so good for helping kids memorize multiplication tables , you are probably wondering how to play multiplication BINGO.

Multiplication BINGO is just one example of the many fun printable multiplication games available for kids these days.

The great thing about Multiplication BINGO is that there are so many different ways to play it, making it perfect for all ages and abilities.

First, each player will get a BINGO board. Try to give out unique boards wherever possible so nobody can copy off of anybody else and the winners are varied.

The basic premise of the game is to cover as many squares on your grid as possible by correctly multiplying the numbers displayed on either the board or the calling cards.

Or if your board is set up the opposite way and the calling cards show solutions and the board shows problems, then when you draw a calling card that displays “6” for example, you’d look for the problem on your board that, when multiplied together, results in the number six.

You can decide on your own rules for coming up with a winner. Either play until somebody gets 5 in a row or play until somebody has filled in the entire board. Or keep going until there are multiple winners with multiple rows or blacked-out boards!

Add multiplication BINGO to your homeschool math lessons , your public school math lessons, or your child’s after-school times table practice. The choice is yours and the possibilities are nearly endless!

When you’re done enjoying some BINGO fun, be sure to take consider adding other fun math board games to your math skills lessons.

## How Do You Make Homemade BINGO?

The easiest is to simply print out one of the many free BINGO templates available online. (There are many free BINGO board templates available online, just as there are plenty of free multiplication worksheets available online.)

Once you have your template, all you need to do is fill in the blanks with whatever numbers (or other things) you want.

Or if you prefer to make your own rather than utilizing an online printable, there are simple ways to go about doing that as well.

## Online With Canva

If you’re tech-savy, you can use a free Canva account and create a BINGO board using one of their free templates. Then just input the problems and solutions of your choice, download, print, and enjoy!

Once you have your template, you can easily change the font, text size, and other features to make it your own. You can also add graphics or images to really make your homemade BINGO boards stand out.

If you’re not familiar with Canva, it’s a user-friendly design program that lets you create professional-looking designs without having to have any kind of design background.

## Make Your Own By Hand

You can also make BINGO cards by hand. This requires a bit more effort, but it’s still a good and simple option for those wanting to make their own homemade BINGO game.

To make your own by hand, you’ll need a piece of paper (or cardstock), a black pen or marker, and something to use as chips (tokens, pennies, etc.).

First, draw a 5×5 grid on your paper. Next, label each box with a different number, preferably solutions to various times table problems. Make sure you create a unique board for every student that will be playing.

Finally, create a list of times table problems that coincide with the solutions on your boards. You can keep these problems in a list that you just read off randomly, or you can cut out each problem and put each strip of paper in a bowl or hat for randomization.

Once you have your board ready, all you need to do is hand out some chips (or tokens) to each player and you’re good to go!

So there you have it – two easy ways to make a homemade multiplication BINGO game! Whichever method you choose, your students are sure to love learning their times tables with this fun and interactive game.

Or if you don’t want to go through the trouble of making your own, I’ve got a free printable Multiplication BINGO PDF available for you to grab.

Just keep scrolling a little bit more and you’ll find it!

Are you ready to make practicing multiplication with your kiddos fun again?

Now’s the perfect time to snag the free multiplication BINGO PDF bundle.

Just click on the image above and tell me where to send your multiplication BINGO printable.

Then all you have to do is print out the boards and calling cards you want to play with, hand the boards out to your students, and begin reading the calling cards out loud.

Your kids will do the mental math and cover up the product that goes with the associated times table that has just been read out.

When somebody bets an entire row blocked out, they call out BINGO and are the winner for that round!

Play this multiplication game again and again, as many times as you like! Soon your kids will be times table masters.

So what are you waiting for?

Grab your multiplication BINGO boards NOW!!

## More Fun Multiplication BINGO Resources

Do you still want more games and resources, like the Multiplication BINGO resources above, that make learning and practicing times tables fun?

I’ve got plenty more ideas for you!

• Wooden Multiplication Wheel Game
• Wooden Times Table Board
• Times Tales

Or check out these other informative articles on learning and memorizing multiplication tables.

• The Easiest Way to Memorize Multiplication Tables
• Free Multiplication Worksheets
• Homeschool Math Curriculum Comparison

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## Free Multiplication Bingo Cards

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This free multiplication bingo printable is a simple way to help kids learn multiplication facts in no time! You will love these bright-colored multiplication bingo cards to use at home or in your classroom.

This multiplication bingo card printable is exactly what you have been looking for to help your kids get excited about learning multiplication facts in no time! This is the perfect way to connect as a family or get to interact in the classroom.

This is simple to get ready for the kids to do, just download, print, laminate, and play over and over again! Don’t forget to grab this fun summer bingo game , our Fall bingo game , or even Ocean Bingo for even more fun! Be sure to check out these other bingo games for kids !

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## How do you play multiplication bingo?

It is simple to play multiplication bingo. Just enter your email and let us send you the bingo cards right to your email. Once you receive them, download, print, and laminate the cards. Cut out the calling card squares. Shuffle the cards and then call out an equation. The kids in your classroom then cross out with a dry erase pen the correct answer on their card. The first one to get a bingo wins!

## Creative Ways to Use Multiplication Bingo

Classroom small groups.

These multiplication bingo cards are perfect for use in small groups in the classroom. Just make small groups (up to 6 kids plus a caller) and see which one gets a bingo first.

Sometimes we can’t always be with the ones we would love to be with, so play multiplication bingo over zoom! Just email everyone a different bingo and then everyone can play together!

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Who says family game night can’t be educational? Play this multiplication game for family game night!

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## 3 thoughts on “Free Multiplication Bingo Cards”

On your multiplication bingo, you have on the calling card, 6×4 is 26.

Great catch, Jennifer. I got that file updated.

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Printable Multiplication Bingo Cards

How to make a multiplication bingo? Math can and should be enjoyable... even fun sometimes. A bingo math game favors learning math. Kids will love this exciting experience. Works great for large groups of kids or a whole math class.

## 1. How to Play Multiplication Bingo

Bingo Multiplication can be played in the classroom or at home. You can start in a very simple way. Once the bingo cards have been downloaded and printed, you can consider laminating them so you can use them again and again, or use them only once if you prefer. You can also use them multiple times using beans or pebbles instead of marking off the numbers.

• Each player is given a bingo card with random numbers.
• Decide who the multiplication bingo caller will be. The caller is responsible for calling the bingo questions and is not a player in the game. The person most likely to be the caller is the teacher or the parent.
• The caller must remind everyone that the central space of the cards, the one marked with a star is free, and everyone should mark it.
• The caller chooses a list of prepared multiplication operations that replaces the number cage in the traditional game.

• The multiplication bingo caller reads one operation at a time and checks it off from the Bingo caller card. Then the caller allows players to mark one of the numbers on the card if the answer matches. For example, if the called operation is "4 x 4" then players could mark the number 16 in their tables. The same number can be marked if the called operation is "2 x 8".
• If the answer of the called operation does not match one of the options on the cards, the player will not mark any number on the card.
• The game continues until someone has marks along a row of your card, along a column of your card, or along a diagonal.

• The first player to score one of these patterns stands up and shouts "BINGO!"
• After a player has declared himself the winner, the caller checks the BINGO card to make sure that the player has actually marked the answers that respond to the operations that were called. If all the answers are correct, there will be congratulations.
• If you want to have more than one winner, the game continues. This is a way to have multiple winners. While the first winner waits for the next game, the others continue to play.
• Many teachers and parents realize the potential of playing bingo to help their children see that math is fun and interesting. Some schools have already begun math clubs competing against other schools.
• So if you're looking for fun math activities for kids, you'll see that in a bingo game with math is a good and very inexpensive way to make kids' minds work with math.
• This printable Bingo card pdf is perfect for playing bingo and learning the times tables. It consists of 48 Multiplication Bingo cards, two cards per sheet.

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It’s time to make math fun with Multiplication Bingo !

Connor won’t have homework this year so it’s my job to make sure that he gets the individualized practice that he needs.  He loves math but I’ve noticed that he struggles with multiplication.  He doesn’t seem to have his times table memorized like he should and he needs these skills before moving on to division this school year.

So, I created a blank bingo sheet and we’ve been playing Multiplication Bingo to practice multiplying.  It’s a simple way to make multiplying fun.

After multiplying numbers 1-6, it’s time to make things a little more difficult.  I just ordered these Math Dice so we can practice multiplying numbers 1-12.

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Kara, this is an awesome way to keep your son sharp on his math facts! The Bingo cards could be used for addition, subtraction, and division too. This is so much more fun than the basic flash cards….especially when there’s a treat involved! Thanks for sharing!

## Multiplication Bingo

Multiplication Bingo has long been one of my favorite games, and I recently introduced it to students who have been committing the multiplication facts to memory. (More about how the students are studying the multiplication facts appears at the end of the blog.) Also, several different versions of the game allow for varying and differentiating the experience, making it a good addition for the class Math Menu.

Introducing Multiplication Bingo: Version 1 After talking with the students about playing Bingo, I told them I had a math version for them to play, Multiplication Bingo. I drew a 5-by-5 grid on the board and wrote FREE in the middle box.

I showed the class two 1–6 number cubes and explained, “I’m going to roll these two cubes and we’ll multiply the two numbers that come up. If you have that product on your Multiplication Bingo card, you can cross it out. If the number appears more than once on your card, you can only cross out one of them. The winner is the first person to cross out five in a row.”

Then I said, “I think that 1 is the smallest product that can come up from rolling the two cubes. Who can explain why?” Hands shot up and a student explained that 1 was the smallest number on the cubes and 1 times 1 was 1.

I asked them to talk with their partner about what the greatest possible product would be. After a moment, I had them say the product out loud. There was a chorus of 36s and I asked a student to explain. Then I listed the numbers from 1 to 36 on a sheet of chart paper.

I distributed a worksheet to each student that had four 5-by-5 grids on it, each with FREE written in the middle box.

“Ready to play?” I asked. Several students pointed out that there weren’t any numbers on their cards.

“Not yet,” I said, “but that’s your job. You can fill in the first card with any numbers you’d like from 1 to 36. It’s OK to write a number more than once, but you have to write a number in each box except for the middle free box.”

All of the products were in the 1–36 range but, as is typical when students first learn to play, some numbers weren’t possible products from rolling the 1–6 cubes―21, 23, 31, and 32.

To play, I went around the room, giving a different student each turn the two dice to roll and call out the numbers. Then we said the product together. And then students looked to see if they could cross out a number on their card. The room got quiet as they examined their cards. I reminded them that they could only cross out one number for each roll. Also, I drew a tally mark next to the product on the list of numbers from 1 to 36.

After 13 rolls, one student shouted, “Bingo!” I had her read the products she had crossed out to be sure they were products I had marked on the board. The products that came up during out first game were 2, 3, 5, 5, 5, 6, 15, 18, 18, 18, 18, 25, and 36. (They didn’t come up in this order.)

We played a second game, and I marked each product that came up on the 1–36 chart using a different color marker, light blue this time. This time, it took only 5 rolls for someone to get Bingo: 3, 12, 25, 25, 30. That’s not typical in my experience. But, hey, I don’t control the rolls, which is one aspect of the game that I like.

Then, before we played again, I asked them what they had learned about numbers to write on their cards, and if they had any strategy for filling in their cards. I had them look at the data I had marked on the on the 1–36 chart, then talk in pairs, and then report their ideas. They realized that 7, 11, and 13 couldn’t come up, providing me a way for me to talk later with them about prime numbers.

There was less confusion as they prepared for the third game and some students were beginning to think more strategically.

Here’s the third Multiplication Card for the student whose first card is shown above. She made more informed choices this time.

I captured the data on the chart, introducing the terminology of Frequency Distribution to describe it.

After recording more rolls, the chart gives more useful information.

At the end of class, students wrote reflections as they do each day.

As the students played on subsequent days, their strategies improved. Also, I left the frequency distribution posted for their reference and for us to add to and discuss again.

Baby Bingo Blackout: Version 2 This version is played on a smaller grid, 3 by 3, with the goal of crossing out all nine numbers. There’s no “free” space. The first player to mark all nine products wins.

Other Versions of Multiplication Bingo Changing the number cubes gives students new ways to experience both games. Using a 1–6 cube and a 4–9 cube changes the products that students can enter, with the range of products of 4 to 54. Using 1–10 spinners provides another variation, now with the range of products from 1 to 100. Any change in the number cubes or spinners calls for again analyzing the products that are possible, and that provides an opportunity to think more about probability.

Communicating with Families For a writing assignment linked to the math experience, ask students to write about the game so that they can teach someone at home how to play. Several years ago I gave this assignment to a class with three prompts for what to include:

• What do you need to play?
• What are the rules for playing?
• What strategies did you use?

Here are samples from three students after they had learned Multiplication Bingo and Baby Bingo Blackout and played the games on and off for about two weeks.

Emma explained her strategy based on products that were possible.

While Sam’s math thinking shows understanding, his spelling is atrocious. Out of 100 words in his paper, about 20 were misspelled. His struggle with writing didn’t interfere with his enthusiasm for the math.

Kelly included examples of filled-in Bingo boards that she felt were successful.

About Learning the Multiplication Facts Years ago, a boy in my class said to me at the end of the day, “I hope tomorrow that I know my times tables.” I asked him what he was planning to do that night to help him learn them. He looked at me blankly―he had no ideas for how to study.

The next day, I initiated a discussion with the class about different ways that they could learn the times tables. Students had various ideas: write them down, use flash cards, say them out loud, use a computer game. I wrote all of their ideas on the board.

Then I asked them if they’d rather study alone or with a friend. Again, they had different ideas: some thought they’d rather study alone, some thought with a friend, some thought studying along and then have a friend test you. I added these ideas to the board.

Then I asked them each to choose a way that they’d like to try to learn the facts for multiplying by 4. I gave them time to choose and make whatever materials they needed, and I gave them time to try the methods they chose. I told them that when they thought they were ready, to let me know, and I’d test them. (I planned to do this by asking them three of the facts: 4 x 3, 4 x 7, 4 x 8. If they got those correct, I was satisfied.) My scheme was to give them the responsibility for learning and also the freedom to learn how. After the 4s, we repeated for the 6s, and they were free to use the same method or choose another. It worked for this class, and has been successful with others.

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I love this idea! I’m going to try it out with my older groups this week and can already envision the “a-ha” moments around deciding which numbers work best. Thanks!

I really like this approach to multiplication bingo. It gives students more of a say by allowing them to place the products on the bingo card. Lots of opportunity for discussion, reasoning, and strategic thinking! Thanks for another helpful blog entry Marilyn! These entries are so accessible and thought provoking. There’s an interesting article by Mark Alcorn called “Reconciling Memorization of Basic Multiplication Facts with Teaching Efficient Strategies.” It provides some great ideas about helping students use the relationship between the facts in order to deepen understanding of multiplication (e.g. 7×6 is the same as 7 x 5 plus 7 more). The article is in the June 2008 issue of the California Mathematics Council Communicator.

Thanks for this Marilyn. I will try this out with my Grade 4 students in my after school maths clubs, as we have been doing a lot of work with understanding multiplication. I like the fact that the students can choose numbers and the process that may help them understand why some numbers work and others don’t.

“As is typical whenever I introduce something new and students aren’t sure what they are to do, confusion erupted.” This statement alone made this fantastic post worth reading, because this seems the “modis operandi” for students in my 4th grade math class! Thanks for the great ideas.

I used this lesson to teach some teachers about how you can take a simple lesson that covers 2 of the 8MP, make a little change and now it covers all 8 of the 8 mathematical practices. I also found that getting students to come up with the numbers to fill the squares is less work for the teacher and thus making it more effective and more efficient.

Thanks for this great and engaging lesson idea. I really like the way that you have incorporated a discussion in the lesson as a way to develop the students’ understanding of multiplication and ensure that students aren’t just rote learning answers. I also think the variations you have incorporated are a great way to differentiate the lesson to ensure that it caters fort he needs of all students.

Thanks for this innovative way to teach multiplication. I love the way the students have control over their learning. My son is great with problem solving but struggles with number facts, so I will definitely use a version of this idea at home; it’s bound to improve our dreaded multiplication homework battles!

I have played multiplication bingo with my students for years, but I always have had pre-created cards. I like the idea of them filling in their own cards and making the connection of which products will come up more often due to probability. Also, will probably try factor bingo. They can write a bunch of different factors. When I say the product, if they have one of the factors they can cross it off. Worth a shot.

I tried using this with my 3rd and 5th graders at home during our summer break. My girls love it. They like filling in the numbers and I enjoy watching their strategies. We played for about 2 hours because they were hooked on it. It is a fun way to practice their math facts. We also changed it up by playing a few rounds of multiplication, then addition, and subtraction. For each operation they use different strategies to fill in their numbers. Thank you for a great idea.

Thanks for the feedback. Puts a smile on my face.

Yessss! Thank you Marilyn! This is the perfect lesson for my students! We already play Multiplication BINGO, but most aren’t learning anything from it. I love this approach, and never would have thought of this.

Any way you could share your board templates with me?

I created two blank bingo templates, Multiplication Bingo and Baby Blackout Bingo. Sorry I don’t have them available — they were just rough sheets that I created fairly easily. See the templates in the blog post. Hope this helps.

he’s a smart kid! i definitely can imagine how his life will be in the future. btw, very informative blog. thank you for sharing these tips also!

## 1 to 10 multiplication bingo

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What You Need :

• Bingo Boards , one for each player.
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How To Play :

﻿1)﻿  To start the game, each player selects an addition Bingo card and places a marker on the Free Space square.

2) Now you need a caller for each round. A good way to decide which player will be the caller for the first round of play, is to roll a pair of dice, and the player with the highest roll calls the first round of play. Each round, after the first round, players can take turns being the caller going clockwise around the table from the first caller.

Now Let the Games Begin!

3)  The caller turns over the top card from the face-down off the pile, and says the multiplication statement out loud. Each player tries to come up with the answer on their own, and after they have their answer, they look to see if the answer is on their bingo card. If the answer is on their bingo card, they cover the answer with one of their markers . If not, they do nothing.

(Depending on what level of multiplication bingo you're playing, players may need to work out the problem on their scratch paper, but if it's just the time tables up to 12, scratch paper should not be needed).

• After the caller reads the card, the card is then placed aside in a discard pile. After all of the face-down cards are pulled and added to the discard pile, the discard pile is then shuffled by the next caller and turned face-down again so play can continue.

4) Play continues in the same way for each round with the        caller reading the next multiplication bingo card.

• As soon as a player covers five squares in a row, vertically, horizontally, or diagonally, the yell "BINGO" , and the are the winner!

*Important* At this point, the player/s who called "BINGO" will need to have their five markers in a row checked by one or more of the other players to ensure that the five spaces covered each match up to an equation card in the discard pile. Once that's verified, that player is the Winner! If not, the player/s must remove those five markers, and the game continues as before.

There can be more than one winner:  If two or more players call "BINGO" at the same time, they can both be the winners! But if it's pretty clear which player calls "BINGO" before the other player, maybe you want to have that player be the winner and the other player the runner-up winner. The other player/s who also have five squares covered that same round are the runner-up winners.

Here's a Different Way To Play Multiplication Bingo

In this version of multiplication game bingo printable, players will be able to be a little more actively involved.

• Bingo Boards, one for each player.

1) Choose which players goes - you may want to roll a pair of dice and the player with the highest roll gets to go first.

2)  The first player looks at their Bingo board and chooses a number in one of the squares and calls that number out loud.

3) Each player looks at their bingo board to see if the number called is showing on one of the squares. If so, they write down on their scratch a multiplication statement using the called out number.

For example, if the player called out the number "24", one of the following two multiplications statements could be written out by players who have "24" on their bingo board:

6 x 4 = 24

The players who write out a correct multiplication statement will now cover the number that was called out on their bingo board with one of their markers.

Note : It's important to have someone check (using the multiplication key or a calculator) whether or not the written multiplication statements of each player is true of false. If the written statement is false, the player who wrote the statement cannot cover a number on their board for that round.  The person to check each time is the player who calls the number out loud . ** The player who calls the number must also write out a correct multiplication statement in order to place a marker on their board for that number. **

4)  Play continues in the same way with the next player (in the clockwise direction) calling out an uncovered number from their bingo.

5) As soon as a player covers five five squares in a row, vertically, horizontally, or diagonally, they yell "BINGO", and the are the winner!

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This Multiplication BINGO set is packed with fun! We’ve simplified this activity pack to make it super simple to help your students master their multiplication facts. BONUS: included in this pack are flashcards for calling! Skills covered include cognitive development, fact memorization, multiplication fact fluency,  and more! Multiplication Bingo is the perfect resource to add to your classroom or homeschool.

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Multiplication can be tough for kids because it demands quick recall of facts and understanding of number patterns . The traditional method of rote memorization often leads to frustration and disengagement. This is where well-designeds multiplication apps for kids can make a difference. These apps combine fun games, adaptive challenges, and clear feedback to motivate children.

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SplashLearn inspires lifelong curiosity with its game-based PreK-5 learning program loved by over 40 million children. With over 4,000 fun games and activities, it’s the perfect balance of learning and play for your little one.

In this blog, we’ll explore the 11 best multiplication apps to help your child master this essential math skill.

Who is it for: Grades PreK through 5

SplashLearn is one of the best multiplication apps for kids, offering a well-rounded approach to multiplication through interactive games , printable worksheets , and game-based live classes.

What are the key multiplication topics covered on SplashLearn?

• Multiplication Strategies: Helps children understand patterns and shortcuts in multiplication.
• Times Tables : Encourages quick recall of basic multiplication facts.
• Multiplication Properties : Introduces concepts such as the commutative , associative , and distributive properties .
• Multiply by Multiples of 10: Teaches efficient methods for multiplying larger numbers .
• Estimate Products: Develop skills in approximating the results of multiplication.
• Multi-Digit Multiplication: Prepares students for more advanced multiplication challenges.

Each topic is designed to help children grasp key concepts while having fun. The adaptive learning system adjusts the difficulty level, ensuring kids practice at a comfortable yet challenging pace while worksheets reinforce these skills. Detailed progress tracking provides valuable insights to parents and teachers. With SplashLearn’s engaging learning environment, kids can confidently build their multiplication knowledge step by step, helping them master this critical math skill.

Available on: Android and iOS

Who is it for: Grades K-4

Math Bingo uses a bingo-style game format, making it one of the more fun apps for learning multiplication. Children enjoy playing bingo while solving multiplication problems to fill their cards. The app integrates game elements that reward quick thinking and accurate answers, reinforcing multiplication skills through repetition and positive feedback. This setup not only entertains but also boosts children’s confidence in their multiplication abilities, making it suitable for young learners who thrive on interactive and competitive learning environments.

Who is it for: Grades 2-6

Tower Math utilizes tower-defense style gameplay to teach multiplication . As players defend their towers by solving multiplication questions, they practice their multiplication skills and develop strategic thinking. This app makes learning multiplication a dynamic and immersive experience. The emphasis on strategy and problem-solving encourages learners to understand multiplication deeply, not just memorize facts, fostering a more comprehensive grasp of the subject.

Who is it for: Grades 1-5

Squeebles Maths Race brings a competitive edge to multiplication learning, making it one of the best multiplication apps for kids who enjoy a fast-paced challenge. Children race against each other or the computer, answering multiplication questions to see who reaches the finish line first. This format keeps kids engaged and motivated to practice multiplication while enhancing their speed and accuracy in problem-solving. With adjustable difficulty levels, this app is suitable for varying abilities, ensuring a personalized and productive learning experience.

Available on: iOS

Tic Tac Math is the app for multiplication tables learning. It combines the familiar tic-tac-toe game with multiplication practice, offering a playful approach to math learning. Children need to solve multiplication problems correctly to place their marks, helping them practice their times tables as they play. This engaging mix of strategy and problem-solving encourages repetition, reinforcing multiplication facts through consistent and enjoyable practice. It stands out among apps for learning multiplication because of its simplicity, helping even the youngest learners start building their multiplication skills early.

Who is it for: Grades 1-8

Prodigy Math’s RPG-inspired gameplay transforms multiplication practice into a grand adventure. Children create avatars, explore virtual worlds, and battle monsters using their multiplication skills. Its adaptive algorithm ensures questions match each child’s learning level, gradually increasing in difficulty as their understanding improves. This method encourages steady progress while keeping learners engaged and challenged.

Who is it for: Grades 1-4

Montessori Maths Multiplication employs a Montessori-inspired methodology to teach multiplication concepts by encouraging children to explore and understand the principles behind multiplication. This app uses tactile, visual aids and interactive activities that align with the Montessori approach, guiding kids through the learning process with clear, practical examples. It emphasizes understanding rather than memorization, making it an ideal choice among apps for learning multiplication that helps build a strong foundational knowledge.

Who is it for: Grades K-5

Math Slide leverages multiplayer functionality to make practicing multiplication facts both collaborative and competitive. Up to four children can play together on one device, racing to match the correct multiplication answers. This dynamic format engages learners and builds their confidence as they improve their speed and accuracy through repeated practice. Its unique combination of competition and cooperation makes it one of the best multiplication apps for reinforcing skills.

MathTango immerses children in a creative, world-building adventure where they solve multiplication problems to advance. With puzzles and quests, this app engages kids in an imaginative setting that combines multiplication practice with exploration. Its interactive format allows children to experiment and solve problems in ways that keep them motivated and eager to learn. By providing a captivating environment, MathTango makes multiplication an exciting journey.

Math Ninja blends action and adventure with multiplication learning in a ninja-themed world. Kids practice their multiplication skills to fend off enemies, unlocking new levels and tools as they progress. By combining fast-paced gameplay with multiplication drills, it motivates learners to stay focused while having fun. This approach builds both confidence and competence, helping kids improve their multiplication skills with every challenge.

## 11. Monster Math

Monster Math stands out as one of the best multiplication apps for 4th graders, thanks to its unique, story-driven approach.. The adventures of Maxx, the monster, introduce children to multiplication through interactive storylines that make mathematical concepts relatable and engaging. Customizable math challenges allow parents and teachers to align the app’s content with each child’s learning needs, ensuring that concepts like multiplication are not only understood but also applied in various contexts.

The best multiplication apps provide children focused practice on multiplication strategies, times tables, and multi-digit problems. This structured approach helps children overcome specific challenges in multiplication, fostering a deeper understanding that will benefit their overall math performance.

What is the best free app for learning multiplication tables.

A highly recommended free app for learning multiplication tables is SplashLearn, which provides interactive games and exercises to help kids practice and master their times tables in a fun way. You can play two games every day for free.

## At what age should a child learn multiplication?

Children typically start learning multiplication around ages 7-9, or in grades 2-3, once they have a solid foundation in addition and subtraction .

## What are some multiplication apps for Android?

Multiplication apps like SplashLearn, Monster Math, and MathTango are available for Android, providing interactive games and challenges to help kids master multiplication.

## What are some good multiplication apps for iPhone?

SplashLearn, Tic Tac Math, and Squeebles Maths Race are excellent multiplication apps for iPhone that offer practice exercises and adaptive learning.

## Which are the best multiplication apps for 3rd graders?

For 3rd graders, SplashLearn, Tower Math, and Montessori Maths Multiplication provide engaging content that caters to their learning level while reinforcing core multiplication concepts.

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