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I created this set of free printable multiplication charts which include 12 x 12, 15 x 15, and 20 x 20 multiplication grids. I was inspired to create this free downloadable file after searching online and not being able to find exactly what I was looking for.

I ended up creating five different multiplication table versions. I have uploaded these times tables as PDFs and editable Publisher files at the bottom of this post. I’m hoping someone else will also find these useful for their own classrooms!

## 12 x 12 Multiplication Chart

The first multiplication chart I created is a standard 12 by 12 multiplication table. The perfect squares from 1 to 144 are highlighted on the main diagonal of the grid.

## 15 x 15 Multiplication Chart

I created two versions of the 15 by 15 multiplication chart. For the first version, I highlighted the multiples of 5 on the chart to make it hopefully easier to read the chart since it sort of breaks it up into sections.

The second version of the 15 x 15 multiplication table has the perfect squares highlighted along the diagonal of the chart instead.

## 20 x 20 Multiplication Chart

I find that my students often benefit from a multiplication chart that goes up to 20. Like the 15 x 15 multiplication table, I highlighted the multiples of five on the first version of the chart.

I think the 20 x 20 multiplication table is the most helpful for high school students. Often, I use multiplication charts with my students who are struggling with concepts such as factoring polynomials in Algebra.

For the second version of the 20 by 20 multiplication chart, I highlighted the perfect squares along the diagonal of the grid.

## Free Printable Multiplication Chart Download (PDF)

Want to print some or all of these multiplication tables for your own classroom? I’ve got you covered with a free PDF download! Want to make some changes to the chart? You can also download a ZIP file including an editable Publisher file.

I recommend printing these multiplication charts on colored paper or cardstock and laminating them for durability.

Multiplication Charts (PDF) (4572 downloads)

Multiplication Charts (Editable Publisher File ZIP) (421 downloads)

You might also be interested in the free printable hundred charts I have created!

## More Free Math Reference Charts

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- Free Printable Factors Chart 1-100
- Foldable Math Reference Chart
- Prime Numbers Chart
- Exponents Chart (Powers of 2 to 9)
- Powers of 2 Chart
- Trig Identities Cheat Sheet [Free Printable]
- Prime Factorization Foldable
- Prime Numbers Below 100 Chart
- Grouping Symbols Reference Chart & Poster
- Mathematician’s Toolbox Foldable for INBs

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Wednesday 21st of September 2022

i really like how you help all these what they are struggling with and a tool to help them