# Beginning Multiplication Worksheet - Part One

In this lesson, students will have a worksheet of beginning multiplication problems. The problems are multiplying by ones and twos.

First, you will copy the worksheet so that each student can have a copy.

This worksheet covers the multiplication facts of ones and twos.

After that, you will give them the worksheet so they can work on it independently.

Worksheet - Beginning Multiplication

Directions: Write the answers to each of the problems.

1. 2 x 3 =

2. 2 x 6 =

3. 5 x 2 =

4. 8 x 2 =

5. 3 x 2 =

6. 1 x 2 =

7. 4 x 2 =

8. 2 x 8 =

9. 9 x 2 =

10. 2 x 2 =

11. 2 x 4 =

12. 2 x 7 =

13. 2 x 5 =

14. 2 x 9 =

15. 6 x 2 =

16. 7 x 2 =

17. 2 x 1 =

18. 5 x 1 =

19. 3 x 1 =

20. 1 x 1 =

21. 7 x 1 =

22. 1 x 4 =

23. 8 x 1 =

24. 1 x 9 =

25. 6 x 1 =

Each problem is worth four points.

100 to 90 = A

89 to 80 = B

79 to 70 = C

69 to 60 = D

Below 60 = F

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