Eight is one of the more challenging numbers to spell. Help your youngster master this number by printing out this free PDF. Then work together to fill in the blank spaces and get practice spelling numbers. Click on the thumbnail to open the activity page in a new window. Continue …

## Times Table for Two

Two is a good number to start learning about multiplication with. When you multiply any number by two, you are just adding that number to itself. And since you are already very good at adding, I bet you know your multiplication table for two all the way up to infinity! This multiplication table stops at ten, but there's no reason for you to stop at ten. Click on the Continue …

## Staying Alive With Five

Ah, Ah, Ah, Ah, Stayin' Alive! Can you recite the multiplication table for five? Well, it's no problem if you can't remember the whole thing. We've got a great chart that will keep you trucking on down the road to multiplication mastery! In no time you will know all the numbers by heart and amaze your teachers, friends, and relatives! Click on the thumbnail to open Continue …

## Six Math Chart

Celebrate six by downloading and printing out this multiplication table. It is a fun way to remember all the numbers you get when you multiply something by six. Later on we can get together and jam about how great six is. Just think of all the words that rhyme with six. Bricks, sticks, picks, licks...the song practically writes itself. Click on the thumbnail to open Continue …

## Seven Multiplication Table

Here is a times table for the number seven. It features a happy number seven, the products of seven times the numbers zero through ten, and a printable format you can download right now. Perfect for those who love the multiplication charts or anyone who wants to brush up on their arithmetic. Available for all the numbers zero through ten! Click on the thumbnail to open Continue …

## Eight is Great!

Multiplication is fun and the number eight would like to tell you why. Multiplication is a faster way to add since eight times three is the same as eight plus eight plus eight. Multiplication sounds grown up. Use it instead of "times" and people will notice you. Lastly, when your mom asks you to buy carpet for the living room, you can figure out how much to buy. That is Continue …