# Multiplication Table 1-20

Download free printable 1-20 multiplication charts in two convenient formats: blank and pre-filled with the products of the numbers from 1 to 20.

## How I use Multiplication Tables with my Students

One of my favorite tools to provide my students with is a multiplication chart. To help other teachers provide this resource for their students, as well, I have put together a wide variety of free printable multiplication charts.

Students often choose to reference a multiplication table when working on problems involving factoring quadratics. Other students prefer to look at the 1-100 Factors Chart I created for them to reference.

These multiplication tables can also be handy when students are working with fractions and need to find the lowest common denominator of two fractions.

As a high school math teacher, I don’t have time in class to devote to having students practice multiplication facts and fill out times tables to improve fluency.

## Pre-Filled 1-20 Multiplication Charts

For this printable 20×20 multiplication table, one of the printable PDFs has the perfect squares from 1 to 400 are highlighted on the main diagonal of the grid. This use of color with a purpose helps students to easily navigate the multiplication chart.

The other version of the 1-20 multiplication grid has the multiples of 5 and 10 highlighted throughout the multiplication table.

## Blank 1 to 20 Multiplication Table

Blank multiplication charts are the perfect way to help your students learn multiplication tables. To accompany this printable 20×20 multiplication chart, I also offer a printable blank 1-20 multiplication table available to download as a free PDF!

The first version of the blank 20 x 20 multiplication table has the multiples of 5 highlighted.

The second version of the 1-20 blank multiplication grid features highlighted squares along the diagonal that bring a spotlight to the perfect squares on the multiplication table.

Previously, I have shared a collection of free printable multiplication tables which have proved to be very popular here on the blog. I realize that teachers are constantly looking for free resources to help students learn their multiplication facts, so I would like to continue to find new resources to share with them.

## More Multiplication Grids

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