# 5 Free Multiplication Circles Worksheet

These multiplication circles worksheet will help to visualize and understand multiplication. 1st-7th grade students will learn basic multiplication methods and can improve their basic math skills with our free printable multiplication circles worksheet.

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**5 Exciting Practicing Multiplication Circles Worksheet for Your Youngsters**

Please download the following multiplication circles worksheet and practice multiplication problems on the pages.

**Multiplication with Circle: Easy or Tough?**

Using circles, you may visualize the pattern that results from **multiplying two or more numbers** by the same factor.

The following technique is simple to learn multiplication with a circle.

- The fundamental concept is to start with a circle with ten points and join the dots for the last digit of each product of a multiplication problem.
- Count the number of spaces you are multiplying by forward, starting at zero. For this example, we multiplied by 4.
- The result of the 4 times table will be 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24….
- First, Count four spaces forward and mark the number four.
- Count 4 more spaces and again mark the number 8.
- Then, count 4 more spaces and the number will be 12.
- Continue this process until the final result.

**Times Table for ****Multiplication Circles Worksheet**

This worksheet is a **enjoyable way to teach times tables** to children.

- Using the addition method, you can quickly learn multiplication tables.
- For instance, if you wish to multiply 4 by 5, you can add 4 five times to get the answer, which is the same as 4*5 = 20, which is 4+4+4+4+4=20.
- To move to the next step, 4*6 will be the addition of 4 for 6 times which is 4+4+4+4+4+4=24.

**Worksheet for ****Multiplication Circles by Solving ****Puzzle**

Now it’s time to solve the multiplication circle **puzzles** to achieve more knowledge.

- First, memorize the tables of 5.
- You can also use addition to solve multiplication.
- In this multiplication example, 5*3 will be the addition of 5 for 3 times which is 5+5+5=15. So,5*3=15.

**Multiplication Word Problem with Circle**

**Problem****:** Sam buys six chocolates. The price of one bar of chocolate is $2. Find the total price of the six chocolates. Look, this is a word problem.

- This problem will lead you to do multiplication.
- The price of one bar of chocolate is $2. You need to multiply the number of chocolates and the price of one to know the total cost.
- So, the total cost = number of chocolates x the price of one chocolate.
- Here, we can solve the multiplication through the times table wheel.
- Therefore, the total number of legs will be = 6×2 = 12.

**Multiplication Circles Worksheet with ****Square **

An integer raised to the power of 2 is always used to represent the square term.

- To determine the given number’s square, we must multiply it by itself.
- For example, the square of 9 is equal to 9*9=81.

**Multiplication Circles Worksheet by ****Cube**

In mathematics and algebra, a number’s cube is its third power or the outcome of multiplying three occurrences of a number together.

- To determine the given number’s cube, we must multiply it by itself 3 times.
- For example, the square of 9 is equal to 9*9*9=729.

**Download the Free Printable Worksheet**

Download the following combined PDF and enjoy your practice session.

So today, we’ve discussed multiplication circles worksheet using the concepts of times table, cube, square, and some interactive 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.

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