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You can just click and print these high-resolution printable charts, graph paper, handwriting paper and more! If you're learning multiplication or skip counting, place value or Roman numerals, Dad has you covered. Click through a few of these charts, and be sure to check out the selection of math worksheets as well! Many of the charts complement activities like learning number sense or multiplication facts.

Trying to memorize the multiplication facts? This page contains printable multiplication charts that are perfect as a reference. Variations with facts from 1-9 (products 1-81), 1-10 (products 1-100), 1-12 (products 1-144) and 1-15 (products 1-255).

Multiplication ChartWhether you're looking for a list of perfect square roots, or a complete table of square roots from 1 to 100, the a square root chart from this page will have your exponents covered! There are both color and black and white versions of the charts in printable PDF form.

Square Root ChartRoman Numerals may be one of the least popular things Ceaser left us with, but at least one of these Roman Numerals charts will have you counting from 1 to 20 like a centurion in no time.

Roman Numerals ChartIf you're making your own charts, doing a little bit of algebra or just looking for something geometric to draw on, this printable graph paper may be exactly what you need. There's standard graph paper, dot paper, graph paper with name blocks for homework, engineering graph paper, isometric paper and more!

Graph PaperWhen the numbers get longer, place value charts can help teach students how to read numbers and differentiate between smaller and larger values even when decimals get involved.

Place Value ChartNumber line PDFs on including various ranges (10, 12, 15, 20, 15 and 100) both starting from zero as well as negative ranges. A complete set of fraction number lines marked with common denominators is included in -5 to 5 ranges. There are also application specific number lines for elapsed time, temperature and money, as well as blank number lines for regular ranges and fractions.

Number LinePrintable coordinate plane PDFs in a variety of dimensions, with and without axis labels, with and without quadrant labels. If you have the itch to graph some equations (or some linear algebra homework), this is the place to go!

Coordinate PlaneTrying to memorize the multiplication facts? This page contains printable multiplication charts that are perfect as a reference. Variations with facts from 1-9 (products 1-81), 1-10 (products 1-100), 1-12 (products 1-144) and 1-15 (products 1-255).

Prime Numbers ChartThis measurement chart shows how to scale and convert common measurements between metric and customary units. By showing both measurement systems on the same scale with conversion factors, students can see readily how the two systems relate and be able to convert between measurement systems easily. A great reference for conversion word problems!

Measurement ChartThis printable probability chart comes in handy for solving probability word problems, or just when kids are trying to get the edge playing common board games. Coin tosses, rolling dice and playing cards are covered in detail! Up your game!

Probability ChartWhether you are doing learning to identify coins and bills, doing money worksheets or just restocking your Monopoly game, these printable money pages are a great way to fill your coffers.

Printable Play MoneyThese fraction charts show where specific groups of equivalent fractions land on the number line. Ready to print for free as a student notebook fraction anchor chart, or order it as a beautiful classroom poster!

Fraction ChartIf you're starting out with multiplication, learning the facts one set at a time is a good place to start. These multiplication tables can be used as reference pages or as worksheets the student fills in for each family of multiplication facts.

Multiplication TableThese anchor charts give the rules for multiplication with signed numbers, including multiplying a positive times a positive, a positive times a negative and a negative times a negative number. This is a great resource for students learning how to apply multiplication to integers with positive or negative values. Rules Of Multiplying Signed Numbers Chart V3

Rules for Multiplying Signed NumbersTeaching skip counting, number sense, patterns and more with these amazing hundreds charts! You'll find 100 and 120 charts, hidden picture puzzles, manipulatives and hints for using these printables to teach basic number sense to kindergarten through grade 2 students.

Hundreds ChartIf you're looking to practice penmanship, or you've just got a spelling test coming on Friday, then this section is for you. There's a big collection of 3-line writing practice paper is several sizes. The numbered variations of this writing paper are perfect blank spelling test templates. There are also plain ruled writing paper in case you need a quick substitute for regular lined paper.

Handwriting PaperThese handy printable charts can serve as the foundation for many math related subjects. Often when introducing new concepts, students can start out with an anchor chart to help them look up answers to problems they don't know. For example, when learning multiplication, using pre-printed multiplication charts or multiplication tables can serve as a ready stand in when an adult isn't right there each time 6x7 shows up on a math worksheet. If you're a teacher or a busy parent, having a chart handy and teaching kids how to use it is not only a real time saver, but it fosters a sense of self-reliance and confidence while solving basic math problems.

Sometimes adults need help too!, and you might find some of these charts handy as well! There's a full 100x100 multiplication chart and charts for decoding Roman numerals. Or if you're looking to create your own charts, you'll find a complete set of printable graph paper ready for your graphing, plotting or charting needs.