I love help charts. I think they are handy to have around for kids that need them. They are a simple way to have a quick reference for kids to look up what they need.
Today I have some single page charts for multiplication, division, and skip counting.
Each chart is a great way to have a handy resource for kids to use. Plus it is just one page with all the equations to make your and their life easier.
These printables are simple and easy to use. You can just print them right off and use them.
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The printables come in 1 to 12 and 1 to 15 options. Because I know that not everyone learns the same way.
There is a color version that has each column in color for them to see what belongs together.
There is also a black and white version with these you can use. This allows you to print on the paper you want.
Things to use with the Multiplication, Division and Skip Counting Single Page Charts
There are just a few of the items we have used with these pages. You can use all or some of them depending on your needs.
- copy paper
- white cardstock
- color cardstock
- sheet protectors
- laminating pouches
- dry erase markers
How to use these single Page Math Help Charts
Since they come in black and white you can print them on your kid’s favorite colors. We have a blast picking bright colors to use for my youngest but my middle just loves darker colors. You can see them below.
I print them on color cardstock and put them in a sheet protectors. This makes it easy to switch out what is in the binders as we need. If you want them to last and use several times you can laminate the pages.
You can have them practice their math skills. We use the skip counting all the time. You pick a column and read the numbers or equations.
You can see how we used the skip counting below. I often pull the sheet from our binder to do this.
Another way we have used these sheets is for me to use a dry erase marker and mark off numbers on the list. Then they tell me the correct answer and wipe off the page.
If you have one area you are focusing on you can put the sheet on the front of the binder for fast easy access.
What you will find in the Multiplication, Division and Skip Counting Single Page Charts
- Black and white charts & colored charts
- Multiplication 1 to 12 and 1 to 15
- Division 1 to 12 and 1 to 15
- Skip Counting 1 to 12 and 1 to 15
Check out these other math help printables:
- Pencil Themed Multiplication & Division Sorting
- Pirate Treasure Division Sorting Task Cards
- Skip Counting Desk Help & Number Line Bookmarks
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