I was just at a conference that spent roughly teaching us a trick to multiply triple digit numbers. Let me give it a quick explanation, you can perform these calculations in five steps. The first step is to find the product of the ones place. Then you cross multiply the ones and tens place, followed by performing the same to the hundreds place. You finish by cross multiplying the tens and hundreds place. You end off by finding the product of the hundreds place. This is so much more complicated than just the basic procedure which we follow in these lessons.
These worksheets provide students an opportunity to practice multiplying three-digit numbers. Multipliers are one, two, or three digits. Long-form multiplication is demonstrated, but instructors may allow students to use calculators if desired.