Times Tables Squares are an easy way to practice. Just print one off and fill in the gaps! They are often used to test times tables. Simply multiply one number on the horizontal axis by one number on the vertical axis and write the answer where the column and row intersect.
Times Tables Squares can be quite daunting, as there are so many white boxes to complete, so I really wouldn't set out to fill in the whole grid in one go.
Cherry pick - which table are you learning? Concentrate on that table and one or two others.
Don't forget to check your printer settings if you only want to print in black and white, and turn the printer settings to print landscape
These squares are a lovely way to track times tables progress, and once you have filled in everything you can, it gives you a very visual hit list of tables to work on.
Times Tables Battleships
Make practice fun, and use a couple of blank times tables squares to play Multiplication Battleships - click here for instructions