Students in this section will find the product of a single and double digit number. It often helps to teach students to break the double digit number into tens and ones places. This makes them much more proficient at perform multiplication problems. As an example consider multiplying 6 and 58. We would start by breaking 58 into 50 and 8. We would multiply 6 by both of these and then add them. 6 x 50 = 300, 6 x 8 = 48. The product would be 348 (300 + 48).
These worksheets provide students an opportunity to practice multiplying single and double-digit numbers. Students will also learn how to use columns in order to multiply two-digit numbers.