Practice multiplication sums
Children often start learning multiplication tables in second grade, which involves multiplication of small numbers. In third grade, they practice the higher multiplication tables and continue on to multiplying larger numbers; long multiplications or multiplication in columns. In grades four, five, and six, they repeat multiplication problems and often use bigger numbers to increase the difficulty level.
The website was developed to help elementary school students learn arithmetic. By offering clear math problems, numeracy can be practiced both in class and at home. Parents and children can practice together, for instance.
The exercises have been divided per grade and per arithmetic skill. Through a variety of exercises you can practice elementary school multiplication skills, which you also learn in second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth grade. Don't forget to play one of the multiplication games.