# Multiplying Using Partial Products Worksheet

## Part 1: Single-digit Multiplication

- Multiply the following two numbers: 5 x 3
- Multiply the following two numbers: 8 x 2
- Multiply the following two numbers: 4 x 9
- Multiply the following two numbers: 6 x 1
- Multiply the following two numbers: 7 x 0

## Part 2: Double-digit Multiplication

Use the partial products method to solve the following problems.

Multiplication Problem | Partial Products |
---|---|

12 x 3 | |

15 x 4 | |

25 x 6 | |

36 x 2 | |

47 x 9 |

## Part 3: Triple-digit Multiplication

Use the partial products method to solve the following problems.

Multiplication Problem | Partial Products |
---|---|

123 x 4 | |

456 x 7 | |

789 x 2 | |

234 x 5 | |

567 x 8 |

## Part 4: Word Problems

Use the information given to solve the following word problems using the partial products method.

- Sarah wants to buy 4 packs of pencils, with each pack containing 8 pencils. How many pencils will she have in total?
- There are 5 rows of chairs in a classroom with 6 chairs in each row. How many chairs are there in total?
- A farmer has 7 fields, with each field containing 9 cows. How many cows does the farmer have in total?
- A grocery store sells 6 packs of apples, with each pack containing 12 apples. How many apples will be sold in total?
- In a bookshelf, there are 4 rows of books with 7 books in each row. How many books are there in total?

## Part 5: Challenge Problems

Use the partial products method to solve the following challenging multiplication problems.

- 234 x 567
- 789 x 123
- 456 x 852
- 753 x 951
- 246 x 135

## Part 6: Create Your Own Problem

Create your own multiplication problem that involves at least 2 digits. Use the partial products method to solve it.