Worksheet: Multiplying a Two-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number: Column Method with Regrouping

In this worksheet, we will practice using the standard algorithm to multiply a two-digit number by a one-digit number for calculations where there is regrouping.


Find 38×4.


If a child bought 8 toys which cost 57 pounds each, what was the total cost?


A man bought 5 meters of cloth. If the price of cloth is 82 LE per meter, how much did he pay?


An oxygen molecule consists of two atoms. If there are 25 oxygen molecules, determine how many atoms are present.


A boy has 89 pounds. Can he buy 7 pens if each one costs 14 pounds?

  • Ano
  • Byes


Look at how Isabella multiplied 37 by 2.

Let’s use this method to find 16×4.

Multiply the ones. How many tens will you get after regrouping?

Multiply the tens and add the tens you regrouped. How many tens are there?

What is 16×4?


David used base ten blocks to help him multiply 46 and 3.

Look at how he wrote down his answer.

Use base ten blocks to find the number of tens that should be written where the ? is.

  • A3
  • B2
  • C1
  • D0

Use base ten blocks to find the number of hundreds that should be written where the ? is.

  • A3
  • B2
  • C1
  • D0

What is the product?

  • A102
  • B100
  • C121
  • D111


An elementary school enrolled 92 students in each grade from kindergarten through the sixth grade. How many students are there in the school?


Arrange the solutions of these expressions in ascending order.

  • A42,64,77,84
  • B84,77,64,42
  • C208,231,516,518
  • D518,516,231,208


This robot multiplies any number by 7 to get an answer. What would the answer in the following case be?


What is the number that can replace the question mark?


Find the result of the following: 29×3


Find the number that can replace the question mark in the following:


Look at this multiplication with an error in the answer: 34×4126

Which digit in the answer is wrong and needs to be replaced to make the answer correct?

Write the correct answer.


Use place value blocks to find 63×5.

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