As your kids get older they work on learning different math facts. Some of the older elementary grades work on multiplication. I thought it would be fun to have some matching cards to go with the Addition and the Subtraction Flash Cards. Also because I like the variety there are a few different colors.

I like making things simple and easy to use. These cards are 8 cards per page. They are fun and easy to use. These cards are in 5 different colors: white, red, blue, green, blue and pink. This gives you an option that your child or class might like.

These color the multiplication from the 1 through 12. This means all multiplication possibilities up to 12 are covered for each of the numbers.

We printed them and laminating the cards so they can be used many times. I printed the cards two per page. I punched a hole in them and put them on a 1 inch ring and then links all of them on a 2 inch ring.

If you want to do something fun you can use the skip counting tiles as an answer for the flash card.

## What you will find in these printables:

- Colors: White, Green, Blue, Pink & Red
- Multiplication Cards from 1 to 12.
- 18 pages

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Perfect timing! Wolf was just saying we need multiplication flash cards, and there you were, on the Thoughtful Spot Blog Hop! Yay!

I’m glad you can use them!

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Thank you for sharing!!!

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These flashcards are amazing. Just what I’ve been looking for. Do you have any advise on how a child can understand division. Thanks.

I currently don’t but I am working on something for it. I hope to have the post out this month. But my best advice is work on teaching how many groups you can make. So if you have 12 divided by four. How many groups of 4 can you make? We use unifix cubes a lot to help with this. I give them cubes to match the equation and have them answer it. I hope that this helps some.

Read of this post to help with Division.

http://www.3dinosaurs.com/wordpress/index.php/using-place-value-mats-for-multiplication-division/