These 2 times table worksheets will help to visualize and understand multiplication and times table. 1st grade students will learn basic multiplication methods and can improve their basic math skills with our free printable 2 times table worksheets.
12 Exciting Practicing 2 Times Table Worksheets for Your Youngsters
Please download the following 2 times table worksheets and practice 2 times table problems on the pages.
2 Times Table Display Chart
The results, shown in the worksheet are the results of multiplying 2 by all whole numbers, from 1 to 12.
2 Times Table Chart Up To 10
The results, shown in the table below, are the results of multiplying 2 by all whole numbers, from 1 to 10.
2 Times Table Chart Up To 12
Here, you will have a 2x multiplication table with multiplicands up to 12.
Count the 2s Product and Color by Number
First, look at the drawing of the monkey. There are some simple 2s multiplication written all over it.
- Now solve those problems. You will see, for each solution, there is a color code mentioned in the paper.
- Here comes the most fun part! Color the monkey according to the color code.
Counting by 2s Dot to Dot
Now it’s time to match the worksheet by connecting the dots. These dots indicate the 2s table from 1 to 15. After connecting the dots, students will find a hidden photo.
Finding the 2 Times Table with Multiplication Product in Rocket
- Here, multiply other numbers by 2.
- In the tail of the rockets, write the products of the numbers given on the rockets.
Complete 2 Times Multiplication Circle
As you can see, there is a number written in the inner circle of the three circles, which is 2. Some numbers are provided in the second outer circle. The third circle from the outside is empty.
- The numbers from the second circle must be multiplied by 2 in the inner circle.
- Then, in the third outside circle, write the product.
Match 2 Times Multiplication Product Table
Now, you’ll discover that the worksheet includes the multiplication and its products, but the locations of the products are incorrect. The goal of this worksheet is to draw a line that corresponds to the expression’s product.
Finding the Missing Number in 2 Times Multiplication
By dividing the result by 2, it is possible to get the missing number. For practice, you can also use the multiplication table two times.
Count the Elements and Find the 2 Times Multiplication Expression
This is a counting game. Count the elements in each set. Suppose you have 2 sets of apples, and every set has 5 apples. So you need to count the sets of apples, which are 2, and the number of apples per set, which is 5. So, the total number of apples is 2×5=10.
Solve the Maze Counting by 2 Times Table
All you need to do is make a worksheet of random numbers where the 2s are included.
- First, find the 2s numbers from the starting point and mark them until the endpoint.
- For example, when a student starts the maze, she will mark 2 and 6 as they are multiples of 2. In this way, she will continue until the endpoint.
Cross the River Counting by 2 Times Table
Now it’s time to play another game while solving the 2s multiplication.
For this activity, provide a number sheet that is written on stones. Find the 2S products and color them to help the pirate cross the river.
2 Times Multiplication Cut and Paste Game
This worksheet will be based on a simple cut-and-paste game. See the first number, where some numbers from 2-30 are given. But all the numbers are not present.
The missing numbers are provided in the lower box as a clue. Cut each of the numbers that are multiples of 2 and paste them in their right position in the upper box.
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So today, we’ve discussed 2 times table worksheets using the concepts of multiplication, matching, finding times table, and some interactive games. Download our free worksheets, and after practicing these worksheets, students will surely improve their mathematical skills and have a better understanding of 2 times table worksheets.
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