The multiplication facts are learned in a variety of ways – First the student studies the 1, 2, 5, and 10 multiplication facts by counting, then by multiples, then in multiplication tables. Follow up each computer math practice of the math facts with multiplication worksheets. The second group of multiplication facts are the 3 and 4 facts – with multiplication problems that point out the association between addition and multiplication. With each level, the student fills in even larger multiplication tables. The next multiplication lesson is the 6, 7, 8, and 9 multiplication facts. Once the student has practiced all these facts, they are given the opportunity to show their achievement in a variety of multiplication tables. Use the printable multiplication worksheets for class work or homework to reinforce the multiplication lessons and math facts in the software program. Blank multiplication tables are printable from the multiplication worksheets for additional math practice.