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# 11 Free Multiplication Game Resources For KS1/2

Help children to practise their multiplication skills with these fun games and activities

### 1. Meet the blumps

Introduce your upper KS1 pupils to the unusual five-eyed, three-armed, single-legged creature known as the ‘blump’. Using their multiplication skills, can they work out how many eyes, arms and legs there will be when up to ten blumps get together? Download it here.

### 2. Petal power

Two players take it in turns to roll two 6-sided dice. If the square of the combined total matches one of the numbers on the petals of their flower diagram, a counter is placed on said petal. The first player to cover all of their flower’s petals is declared the winner. Download it here.

### 3. Panda fun

Familiarise your pupils with the basics of the two times table by having them work out the total number of ears sported by up to 12 pandas. Download it here.

### 4. Mungo bungo

A twist on the traditional game of bingo, in which pupils have to correctly call out ‘Mungo!’ when one of their numbered ‘Bungo cards’ matches the answer to a multiplication sum read out by the ‘Bungo caller’. Download it here.

### 5. Wobbly wellyfish

Can your pupils pick out all the numbered ‘wellyfish’ that belong in the two times table? Download it here.

### 6. All filler

An activity sheet with instructions and a game grid for two players. Both take it in turns to roll three six-sided dice and multiply the results together, placing counters on the corresponding numbers in the grid. The first player to form a ‘Connect 4’-style horizontal, vertical or diagonal row of counters is declared the winner. Download it here.

### 7. How many fours?

An activity sheet with instructions and a game grid for two players. Both take it in turns to work out how many 4s (or potentially 2s) are needed to make a series of different numbers and place a counter on the grid if they’re correct. The first player to form a ‘Connect 4’-style horizontal, vertical or diagonal row of counters is declared the winner. Download it here.

### 8. Splatz!

Two players take it in turns to roll two cubes customised with the numbers 5 to 10 and 7 to 12 and multiply both numbers together. If the total matches one of the numbers inside their pre-chosen ‘Splatz’ diagram, a counter is placed on the relevant number. The first player to cover all the numbers inside their Splatz is declared the winner. Download it here.

### 9. Daring dominos

A single sheet containing a set of 13 ‘domino pairs’. Once cut out and distributed among your pupils, will they be able to match the ‘number dominoes’ – all multiples of 10 up to 120 – with the corresponding ‘multiplication sum’ dominoes? Download it here.

### 10. Line up!

Two players take it in turns to roll a six-sided die customised with the numbers 7 to 12 and place a counter in a number grid on top of a multiple of the number they rolled. The first player to form a ‘Connect 4’-style horizontal, vertical or diagonal row of counters is declared the winner. Download it here.

### 11. Deci-targets

Pupils are dealt four number cards and tasked with assembling eight multiplication sums that include a single decimal number. The product of each sum has to be as close as possible to a corresponding target number in an adjacent column. Download it here.

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