# Lesson Worksheet: Multiplying by 6 Mathematics • 3rd Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice modeling multiplication by 6 and reciting the times table of 6 up to 10×6.

Q1:

Complete:

Q2:

What is ?

Q3:

Fill in the blanks in this multiplication table. • A7, 49
• B7, 168
• C6, 168
• D6, 42

Q4:

If Jackson bought six books for 9 LE each, how much did he pay for all the books?

Q5:

If the price of one ruler is 6 LE, what is the price of 9 rulers?

Q6:

Complete:

Q7:

Find the missing numbers. .

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Q8:

Find the missing factor: .

Q9:

Notice how each row is 6 more than the previous one. Find the result of the following: Find the result of the following: Q10:

We can skip count by sixes on a number chart to help us multiply by 6.

Skip counting by sixes
1234578910
1113141516171920
2122232526272829
313233343537383940
4143444546474950
5152535556575859

Use skip counting to find .

Use skip counting to find .

Q11:

Anthony placed his marbles in rows of 6.

He completed two rows and calculated the number of marbles as . Complete: When Anthony completed 4 rows, he calculated the number of marbles as .

What is ?

Hint: How many marbles are there in 9 rows?

Q12:

This robot multiplies any input by 6 to get the output.

If we give the robot an input of 2, it will give an output of 12, which is . What is the output when the input is 4? What is the output when the input is 8? Q13:

Evaluate .

Q14:

Fill in the blank: .

Q15:

Complete:

Q16:

Find the missing number:

Q17:

We can calculate using the number line by making 2 jumps of 6 as shown. So, .

Use the number line to find the result of . Q18:

Liam knows the answer to . Tell him what number to add to to get the answer to .

What is ?

Q19:

There are 6 candies in one group. Find the calculation that could be used to find the number of candies in 2 groups. • A
• B
• C
• D

How many candies are there in 2 groups?