Multiple Choice Questions on Multiplication for Grade 3

Multiple Choice Questions on Multiplication for Grade 3

Mastering the multiplication table is an important skill students will use not just in third grade, but all the way up to adulthood. So when was multiplication invented and is it still useful today? The multiplication tables is believed to have been invented some 4000 years ago by Babylonians and remains quite useful and applicable today in commerce, academia, computing and much more. There are various resources online which further address the applicability of multiplication, however, our main focus will be on practicing to master the multiplication concepts, which can be rather intimidating to most students who do not have the proper tools to practice with.

Below is a Sqooasha (pronounced ) tool, which generates multiple choice questions on multiplication for students of all grades. The student selects the minimum and maximum multiplication table questions to be generated and then selects the answer from the presented multiple choice questions. This tool has an adjustable timer in seconds, which is the time frame the student has to select the solution before the next question is automatically presented. A summary of the missed questions are presented at the end. Click below to start practicing.

Multiple choice questions on multiplication

The subsequent sections cover the following:

  • Timed multiplication tests for third graders and up.
  • An online resource for mixed multiplication timed tests.
  • Commonly asked questions on multiplication facts.

Timed Multiplication Test

If you prefer to work offline and require timed multiplication test pdf worksheets, click below to access a bundle of eight free sets, which also includes questions on fractional addition and subtraction, subtraction with regrouping and 3 digit addition with regrouping. You can also access additional timed tests including: Multiplication timed test printable 0-12 pdf; Multiplying decimal worksheets with answer key; Multiplication practice sheets for 3rd graders; Multiplication practice worksheets for 4th grade

Timed Multiplication Test Pdf

Mixed Multiplication Timed Test Online

In addition to the multiple choice questions mentioned above, along with the printable multiplication practice worksheets for 3rd grade and up, covering multiplication timed test printable 0-10, 11 and 12, Sqooasha also offers various useful tools, which many parents and educators have found useful to their students. One key feature of what Sqooasha offers is the generation of mixed multiplication timed tests, which is a test with randomized multiplies of 0 to 12. Click below to sign up for your free trial.

Timed Test Online

Common Questions About Multiplication Facts

Below are some common questions we’ve received from parents about multiplication concepts, but if you have other questions that you would like us to address please send us a message. If you have any questions, there are probably other parents that have the same questions, which we can ultimately address as a brief blog post or as a help video.

When is multiplication taught in school and can students start sooner?

Different math curriculum are used in various schools, so the exact grade that multiplication is introduced may vary between schools. The public schools in Texas follow the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) standard, where multiplication concepts are introduced in the second grade, but mostly covered in the third grade and up. However, at Sqooasha, we have come across various students who have mastered their multiplication table as early as the first grade. This is typically the case for students whose parents are involved and want them to learn ahead by introducing them to multiplication tools or who just help the student practice using multiplication drills with the students. Therefore, although schools may not fully cover multiplication concepts until the third grade, you may introduce your children to multiplication facts a lot sooner so long as it does not interfere with their other school activities.

How many multiplication facts are there and do you need to know them all?

There is no finite amount of multiplication facts, in fact, since numbers are infinite, so are multiplication facts. Therefore trying to memorize all multiplication facts is neither feasible nor useful. The good news is that after learning the basic multiplication table, such as multiples of 0 - 12, the concept can be extended to solve advanced multiplication problems such as the following: 3 digit by 2 digit multiplication worksheets pdf. To help your student quickly master these math facts, we have provided various timed multiplication test pdf worksheets, which can be accessed by clicking below:

Multiplication Test Pdfs

How many multiplication facts in a minute for 3rd grade?

For basic multiplication facts that range from multiples of 1 through 12, third graders on Sqooasha can answer as much as 12-15 multiplication facts within a minute on average. This time is a factor of the level of difficulty of the multiplication facts, the speed of their computer/internet, the student’s speed while interacting with the keyboard or touch screen device if using our mobile application, and other factors, which may vary from student to student. However, with consistent practice, some students are able to answer as much as 30 questions in a minute. If your student is a 4th or 5th grader, you may be wondering: "How many multiplication facts in a minute for 4th grade?" or "How many multiplication facts in a minute for 5th grade?" For these upper level grades, more complex multiplication are typically introduced to these students, such as 3 digit by 2 digit multiplications and fractional/decimal multiplication. However, for basic multiplication math facts, these students on Sqooasha have averaged 25 to 30 questions per minute, with some students answering as much as 45 to 50 questions in a minute. If your student’s speed is below the average, do not lose heart. Find a way to integrate multiplication facts practice into their daily routine. Even as little as 5 minutes of practice a day can help to develop the much needed automaticity that is required of students.