The Number set allows you to select how large the multiplication table will display. The larger the table,
the more fact families that will be used. For example, a number set of "1 to 5" includes the
fact families from 1 to 5 (25 total facts) whereas the number set from "1 to 12" would include
fact families up through 12 for a total of 144 facts.
The selection of a difficulty level indicates how many facts you want the student to complete in
the multiplication table. The more difficult the level, the more blank facts that the student will
have to complete in the worksheet. If you select the "Wow!" level, the student will be required to
fill in almost the entire multiplication table.
The following are options for creating a custom multiplication worksheet:
Randomize Table - By selecting this option, your multiplication table
will have the order of the fact families in a random order. For example, rather than the fact
families ordered like 1-2-3-4-etc, the randomized worksheet might be 3-1-4-2-etc. A randomized
worksheet is considered more difficult to complete.
When a multiplication table worksheet is generated, the facts to be completed by the student are
randomly selected across all the fact families. By selecting individual fact families, you are able
to create worksheets that are tailored to practicing specific fact families. For example, if you want a worksheet
that focuses on the 3 and 7 fact families, only select the "3" and "7" checkboxes.
Once you have entered the worksheet creation data, and selected any options, you may choose to generate either the worksheet problems or answers.
Problems - This choice will
generate and display your worksheet (without answers). Each worksheet will
be displayed in a new browser window. Once displayed, you can review and/or print
Answers - This choice will
display your worksheet (with answers). Each worksheet will be displayed in
a new browser window. Once displayed, you can review and/or print your answer worksheet.
For each set of options you select on the build page, you will
get the same problems each time you click the Generate! button. If you are not satisfied
with the problems generated for you, then you can click the Re-Shuffle button. Once
you click Re-Shuffle, you can re-click the Generate! button to generate a new set
of problems. There is no limit to the number of times you can re-shuffle your problems.