Print these free multiplication worksheets to support learning long multiplication, or multiplication with regrouping. These are great math drills for multiplication practice. 3rd grade math worksheets and 4th grade math worksheets.

### Multiplication Worksheets

2 Digit Multiplication– Practice multiplication skills to the tens place with regrouping.
3 Digit Multiplication– Printable multiplication worksheet to practice multiplication with regrouping to the hundreds place.
2 Digit Multiplication B– Practice multiplication skills to the tens place with regrouping.
3 Digit Multiplication B– Printable multiplication worksheet to practice multiplication with regrouping to the hundreds place.
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#### Teaching Squared: Free Educational Resources

“Good morning class! Today, we’re going to be working on our multiplication skills, but with a little twist. We’ll be using regrouping to help us solve more complex multiplication problems. Don’t worry, we’ll start with some simpler problems first and work our way up.

We’ll be using some worksheets from Teaching Squared to help us practice. These worksheets are designed to help us build our confidence in multiplication and regrouping, which are important foundational skills in math.

Let me show you an example of regrouping. Let’s say we need to multiply 36 by 4. We start by multiplying the units digit of 36 by 4, which gives us 24. We write down the 4 in the units place and regroup the 2 tens (20) as 200. We then multiply the tens digit of 36 (which is 3) by 4, which gives us 12. We add the regrouped 200 to the 12, which gives us 212. Finally, we write down the 2 in the tens place and the 1 in the hundreds place, giving us the answer of 144.

We’ll be practicing regrouping with multiplication problems on our worksheets. I’ll be here to answer any questions and provide support as needed. Remember, it’s important to take our time and make sure we’re getting the correct answer.

So, let’s get started! Take out your pencils and let’s practice regrouping with multiplication.”

As the students work through the worksheets, the teacher can circulate around the classroom, checking in on students and providing individualized support as needed. They can also use this opportunity to observe their students’ problem-solving strategies and identify areas where additional instruction or practice may be needed.

By using regrouping with multiplication worksheets from Teaching Squared in this way, teachers can help their students build strong foundational math skills and develop the confidence they need to succeed in more advanced math concepts.