How do you practice multiplication facts in your classroom? For years I used those fact fluency pages for each number. If you have been around awhile, you know what I am talking about! There is definitely a place for these still in the classroom, but these days, I want to work smarter not harder. That is why I have compiled a list of the best multiplication fact practice websites to share with you!
These sites are perfect for giving your students the practice and repetition needed to develop fact fluency. Bonus…kids love playing these games so much that they will beg you to practice their facts! That’s a teacher WIN!!
Xtramath is an online math fact fluency program that focuses on students knowing the facts quickly and automatically. Teachers can sign up for a free account or go for the premium license with more features. It’s also available as an app!
Reflex math uses games to work on math fact fluency. Reflex is a paid program. It costs $35 for a teacher license. You can try it out for 30 days to see if it works for you.
Ascend Math offers Flash Card Math for free on their website with no sign up needed. You can choose your operation, numbers to practice, and whether you want it timed or not. Quick and easy!
Your students will love practicing their multiplication facts with all of these fun games. With over 30 games available, your students will stay engaged for quite a while.
That quiz is a free site that offers fact practice along with other math skills. Set what you want to practice on the left side of the screen and get started. Quick and easy, although not too exciting.
Arcademic Skill Builders has been a favorite of mine for quite a while. They offer a variety of math and language games for grades 1-6. Filter your search to find only multiplication games. You can purchase a paid membership for more features and reporting options.
My newest favorite site to practice multiplication (or anything really) is Boom Learning. If you have never heard of Boom, I have a blog post here about how to use boom cards in the classroom. Boom cards are digital flashcards that offer immediate feedback. You can play for free, but I prefer the paid membership. It gives me reports (which can be used as data for standard mastery) and allows for differentiation.
I created boom decks to practice multiplication facts from the 2’s-12’s. If you’d like to try them out for yourselves to see why I love them so much, I have added the times 5 deck to my FREE RESOURCE LIBRARY! You can sign up to join My Free Resource Library here for this freebie and many others.
What are your favorite multiplication websites for practice? I would love for you to share them with me!