This is a fun hands-on maths tool to use.
Just like a multiplication facts table, you can use the Multiplication Wheel to look up any fact from x1 through x10. But instead of reading a rectangular array of products, you “spin” the wheel to locate the fact and product you’re looking for.
This Multiplication Wheel is quite easy to make. Simply cut out the 2 large circles—a top layer and a bottom layer. You choose whether to write the multiples on the bottom layer of the wheel (Version 1) or whether to opt for Version 2 where the multiples are already filled in. Color each layer and then fasten them together with a brad. A very handy reference and learning tool for those just learning their facts.