Best Multiplication Songs for Kids

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Download the best multiplication songs for your kids to learn their times tables. This works really well if your children love music and learn best with music. (Which was ME when I was a kid!)

Best Multiplication Songs for Kids

Spoiler alert: Most of the commercial multiplication songs we’ve found aren’t interesting to kids.

Why? Because they’re preschool-style music that doesn’t always appeal to elementary-age children. Bummer. But, let me tell you what your options are and my favorites.

1. Flocabulary Multiplication Rap

I LOVE Flocabulary! Their multiplication video rap songs require a subscription which you can try for free then pay $10 / month. I like that the songs aren’t dorky or babyish – they’re pretty catchy actually. I think these are the best multiplication songs for kids.

See for yourself on their website.

2. Songs for Teaching

The website Songs for Teaching has a huge selection of songs and raps for multiplication. But honestly, none of them are that catchy for us. We did buy Music with Mar from this website. I like that you can preview all the songs.

3. Rock N Learn

Rock N Learn has multiplication music videos which are cute and catchier than most other choices. We’re not big TV viewers so this isn’t a good option for us. But, they also have these as iPad apps — see more about those here.

4. Multiplication Unplugged

Multiplication Unplugged is on Amazon and iTunes. The songs are catchy; they’ll likely stick in your head. (It streams free for Amazon Prime members, too.)

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Need Ways to Learn and Practice Multiplication Tables?

Try one of these products that help kids learn and practice those tricky times tables. Once you’ve mastered multiplication, then move on to division.

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9 Responses

  1. So many of these videos are on YouTube and have uncomfortable ads in front of the videos along with other suggested videos that distract the student in a class environment.

    These days many video creators like Math Antics and NUMBEROCK have their videos available ad-free directly from their site at no cost unless you want to pay to receive their teaching resources that compliment the videos.

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