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Conventional times table math worksheets. These multiplication worksheets introduce math facts in order, as opposed to by fact families. If you grew up more than 20 years ago doing timed multiplication tests, these may look familiar....

If you learned the multiplication tables by first practicing the times two table, then the times three table, then the times four table and so on, then these are the worksheets you'll remember. The first set starts out with all of times zero through times two facts, and then additional sets introduce each new fact family. These are 40 problem multiplication worksheets designed to be completed in one minute or less.

The worksheets in this series do NOT repeat facts from previous levels, so if you're working with the times seven multiplication facts, that's ALL you're going ot get on each worksheet. This means you may have to revisit earlier facts to insure retention, but if your student is having trouble with a particularly stubborn set of math facts, one or two of these sheets out of this section may provide the perfect practice to finally get that fact memorized.