**Multiplication chart 1-12** operations are one of the basic materials found in mathematics. Multiplication itself can be interpreted as a mathematical operation of scaling one number with another number. In short, the multiplication operation is an iterative addition system.

This activity sheet presents a collection of multiplication tables packed in *multiplication chart 1-12*. This multiplication table sheet is very helpful for children to learn and memorize multiplication operations numbers 1 through 12.

Multiplication chart 1-12 is presented in attractive shapes and various colors. In mathematics, a multiplication table is a number table used to define multiplication operations in an algebraic system. There are 2 main parts in a multiplication table. The first part is called the row and the second part is called the column. Rows are horizontal or horizontal sequence of tables that contain numbers. While the columns are vertical or vertical table sequences that also contain numbers.

The way to learn multiplication tables is also very easy. For example multiplication 4×12. The step to find the result of this multiplication is to place the index finger of the left hand on the number 4 in the first column. Then place the index finger of the right hand on the number 12 in the first row. Then the index finger of the left hand is moved horizontally towards the right, at the same time the movement of the index finger of the right hand is down. Then the two index fingers will meet at the same point that points to the results of the multiplication.

Besides being easy to learn, multiplication tables also have several benefits. Among them are, the multiplication table can be used to embed the concept of multiplication as a repetitive addition. Multiplication tables can help students memorize multiplication results easily. And the multiplication table can be used for division operations.