High quality 7 times table worksheets

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Are you looking for 7 times table worksheets that your grade 2, 3 or 4 kids will enjoy doing?

These 7 times table worksheets have been created knowing that kids, despite their best efforts, are often easily distracted. There are 9 to choose from. 

All our worksheets are designed by a professional children's illustrator and a former teacher who are passionate about children's education...they're all free because we care about creating a quality learning experience for all... especially in schools with less funding, and families with less disposable income.

7 Times Table Worksheets

The multiplication facts for 7 are often the last one, and many believe it's the most difficult between 1-12. Before 7's are usually 12's and 9's...

You can download our 12 times table worksheets and 9 times table worksheets

Our math worksheets try to grab the attention and imagination of children. Give them a try and see the results. You click on the images to download your PDF for each. 

Order of the 7 times table worksheets

  1. Draw a line to the correct answer - The Moon and Stars one 
  2. Coloring multiplication worksheet - Color by product
  3. Writing the sequence of numbers - The Giraffe's one 
  4. Multiplication flowers 
  5. Multiple choice - The tortoises 
  6. More multiplication problems - with Caterpillars 
  7. Help the frog jump from multiple to multiple 
  8. Missing answers sheet
  9. List of times table problems to practice with

1. Draw a line to the correct answer

With this multiplication activity, your students are encouraged to draw a line from each sum to the star with the correct answer on. The moon is cheering them on all the way. 

2. Coloring multiplication worksheet

This type of activity is often called color by product. It's based on the popular color by number worksheets. 

If you want to keep your child busy and engaged for a while this could be the perfect printable.

3. writing the sequence of numbers

With this multiplication activity, your students learn to multiply by repeatedly adding another 7. 

4. Seven Times Table Flowers

What a way to practice.. in nature with the flowers. Can they write the correct product on each of the petals?  

5. times table multiple choice questions 

These friendly tortoises want to make math fun for your little learners. Can they circle the right answers? 

6. More multiplication practice - Caterpillar problems

Your students can practice their multiplication facts for 7 with some cheeky caterpillars. 

7. Multiples of 7 Frog activity

Your students are encouraged to help our baby frog leap through the multiples of 7 making his way across the water.

8. Missing answers worksheets lists of sums 

Help Goldie the star put the correct answers in the stars. Lots of learning with this 7 times table worksheet. 

9. Lists of 7 times table sums 

Next best step?

Now that you've prepared for teaching the 7 multiplication facts how about downloading our multiplication table activity which includes sums for all the times tables from 1-12?

Alternatively, you might like to re-focus on some of the other more challenging multiplication numbers, with our 12 times table worksheets or our 9 times table worksheets

All our times table worksheets from 1-12 can be viewed here

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Paper Saving Tip

How about laminating these worksheets so you can use them again and again? Simply use a dry-erase marker and wipe off after use with a wet cloth. Great for the classroom, home-schooling, or for lots of practice at home.

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