Use this multiplication timed test set to help your students master their facts. Includes multiple pages for each fact family.

We have updated our collection of multiplication timed tests that can be used in the classroom or at home.

Our original version contained individual downloads but we’ve decided to wrap all of the timed tests into one, large download. We hope this saves you some time!

If you are looking for the old version to grab single pages, the link is at the very bottom of this post.

We have included three pages for each set of facts (0 – 12) so that students who are working on the same set can be next to each other during testing.

Sets are in three downloads below.

We have provided the tests in both horizontal and vertical forms .

Horizontal Set (25 problems per page/includes mixed sets for 0-5 & 6-10)

Vertical Set (25 problems per page/includes mixed sets for 0-5 & 6-10)

Multiplication Facts Review (100 problems per page – horizontal & vertical provided)

***Note: We have provided sets of facts all the way through 12, but because many states only require mastery of multiplication facts through 100, the individual sets up through 10 ONLY incorporate facts to 100. They do NOT contain 11s and 12s.*

Looking for ways to help students practice their multiplication facts? Here are some of our favorite free resources that can be used to engage students in math fact practice:

Find a Fact Multiplication Games (a collection of 12 boards for partner fact practice)

Strategies to Help Students Master Multiplication Facts

4-in-a-Row Spring Addition & Multiplication Math Fact Games

St. Patrick’s Day Multiplication Bump Game

80’s Themed Mixed Math Facts Game (Contains addition, subtraction, multiplication & division)

If you are looking for our original multiplication timed test post, you will find it here: Timed Tests

Keisha Brown says

The timed math test for 3rd graders, what time frame is acceptable for them to have completed 25 questions?

Jill & Cathy says

Hi Keisha! Thanks for your question. We have found that the research supports 4 seconds per problem for students to achieve mastery of their facts. So, we would give our students 1 minute and 40 seconds, but we have colleagues who choose to give students a minute and a half. We would say that decision should probably be based on how you have things set up in your classroom. We don’t want students to stress out over the timed tests and much prefer keeping things positive and motivational when it comes to these tests. Hope this helps!