How to Make a Multiplication Fact Flip Book


For many children, mastering the multiplication facts is a lengthy process that takes time, persistence, and plenty of practice.

This colorful multiplication fact flip book includes all the multiplication facts from one through twelve in a convenient, portable format. Use the flip book for fact practice or as a handy reference while your child is working to memorize the multiplication tables.

How to Make a Multiplication Fact Flip Book

1. Print

Download the free printable multiplication flip book. Print on blank white card stock.

(You may need to adjust your printer’s settings to landscape in order to print the flip book at the proper size.)

Free printable multiplication flip book

2. Laminate

Laminate the flip book printable to increase its durability. If you don’t have access to a laminator, no worries! This step is optional, but laminating will definitely help to extend the life of the flip book.

(I am a fan of laminating BEFORE cutting, but if you prefer to leave a sealed edge around the outside of each piece, you’ll want to cut out the individual pieces first.)

3. Cut

Cut out the pieces of the flip book. You can either cut on the grey lines or cut out around the colored border of each piece.

4. Compile

Punch a hole in the upper left corner of each piece. This is easiest if you punch a hole in the first piece and then use it as a template for hole punching the remaining pieces.

Stack the pieces in order from one through twelve; fasten with [affiliate link] a metal book clip.

Don’t want to make a flip book? Use the printable sheet as a handy reference chart in your child’s binder or on the wall!

 

Judy Hoch

About the author

Judy Hoch is a homeschool mom of eight, ranging in age from preschool to young adult. In between lessons and laundry, she finds time to compile lists of free Kindle books and create hymn study units. She writes about homeschooling, homemaking, and large family living.

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