These free 8 times table chart worksheet will help to visualize and understand multiplication and number systems. 1st-grade students will learn basic multiplication methods and can improve their basic math skills with our free printable 8 times table worksheet.
6 Exciting 8 Times Table Chart Worksheets for Your Youngsters
Please download the following 8 times table chart worksheets and practice multiplication on the pages.
8 Times Table Display Sheet
Multiplication is a fun thing to do. We can simply perform several repeated additions using only one multiplication.
In this section, you will see an 8 times table chart in two segments. The first segment will show an 8x multiplication table multiplied up to 10, and the second one is multiplied up to 20. The mathematical table known as the “8 times table” shows all the multiples of 8.
The outcomes of multiplying 8 by all whole numbers, from 1 to infinity, are displayed in the table below. The eight times table is a basic multiplication rule that is taught in primary education.
Understanding this table is essential because it will help you to solve mathematical problems related to the multiplication of 8.
8x Table Up to 10 Times
Let’s look at the following chart, which has multiples of 8 up to 10.
8x Table Up to 20 Times
Let’s look at the following chart, which has multiples of 8 up to 20.
5 Tips and Tricks to Learn the 8 Times Table Chart
As the 8 times table is a form of multiplication, you need to understand the basics of multiplication first. After you have understood the basics, you can now begin to learn various times table charts to enhance your multiplication ability.
To help you in this regard, we have come up with some tricks and tips to help you learn the 8 times table chart.
View, Read Aloud, and Repeat
Our first job is to get familiar with the table chart. So, you need to view the whole 8x multiplication chart. After you have a clear idea of the charts, read them aloud. You may read the chart like a song. It will add more fun. Then, repeat the whole process, view – read aloud, – repeat.
This will help you become familiar with the 8 times table chart.
Spotting the Underlying Pattern in the 8x Multiplication Chart
You will notice an underlying pattern in an 8x multiplication chart. Notice the resultant of the multiplications carefully. Did you notice any patterns?
The numbers in the One’s place are repeating themselves after 5 turns. The first five numbers in the Tens place are 8, 6, 4, 2, and 0. After 0, again, these numbers repeat in the same order.
The Sequence of Numbers in 8 Times Table
The numbers in the 8 times table have some sequences in them that will be helpful for you to memorize. First of all, notice the numbers in the Tens place. Starting from 0, the number increases by one. and they go up to 8.
Only the multiples of 5 and 6 have the repetition of the number 4 in the Tens place.
Repeated Addition of 8 in the Times Table Chart
The 8 times table includes a wonderful repeated addition. This addition is made with the number 8. See the following image. If you multiply 8 by 1 then you are counting only one 8.
If you multiply 8 by 2, then the result will be the same as adding two 8s. This goes for 8×3, 8×4, and so on.
Practice in Shuffled Table
All the tips and tricks are given in the previous paragraphs. Now, practice the tips in the shuffled table given below.
Coloring Numbers Using 8 Times Table Chart
You will find 20 sets of numbers on each of the following pages. Color the numbers that are multiples of 8 on each of the pages. This will help you find all the multiples of 8 that are between numbers 1-100.
8 Times Table Matching Game
You can see some multiplications in the following image. Their answers are also given, but not in the same order. Find the answer to each multiplication and match them by drawing a line.
8 Times Table on the Number Line
In the following PDF, you will find some number lines with several numbers written on them. Your job is to find the numbers that are multiples of 8 and make circles around them.
8 Times Table Dice Count and Multiply Activity
Here, in the first column, you will find some dice with dots in them. You can see 8 dots are placed on each die. Total dot numbers are given as products.
Now find the two multiplicands of that product to get the product. First, count the dots on one die. You will find 8 dots on each die. So, 8 is one multiplicand. Another multiplicand is the number of dice. For the first example, number 8 is given on the dice, and it is the first multiplicand. And, the number of dice is 1, which is the second multiplicand. To find the answer, multiply 8 by 1.
In the same way, find the products of the other multiplications.
Fill in the Blanks According to 8x Table
Some multiplications related to the 8 times table chart are given. But some numbers are missing. Your job is to use the 8 times table chart to fill all the gaps.
Solve Simple Word Problems with 8 Times Table Chart
All of the word problems given in the following worksheet are related to the 8 times table chart. Here, your job is to build the correct multiplication equation to find the answer.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a 8 Times Table?
The 8 times table is given below.
8 × 1 = 8
8 × 2 = 16
8 × 3 = 24
8 × 4 = 32
8 × 5 = 40
8 × 6 = 48
8 × 7 = 56
8 × 8 = 64
8 × 9 = 72
8 × 10 = 80
What Is the 8 Times Table in Words?
8 times table in words is as follows:
8 times 1 is equal to 8
8 times 2 is equal to 16
8 times 3 is equal to 24
8 times 4 is equal to 32
8 times 5 is equal to 40
8 times 6 is equal to 48
8 times 7 is equal to 56
8 times 8 is equal to 64
8 times 9 is equal to 72
8 times 10 is equal to 80
Download Free Printable PDF
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8 times table chart worksheets using the concepts of multiplication, division, and times table, and some interactive coloring numbers, matching game, dice counting, filling gaps, and word problems. Download our free worksheets, and after practicing these worksheets, students will surely improve their mathematical skills and have a better understanding of multiplication, division, and times tables.
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