Multiplication Rhymes

By Fifth Graders at Kimball School

        1. Four times six, what a bore!
            It's much more exciting as twenty-four.
            Scott

        2. Eight and three each had an apple core,
            After much eating, they had twenty-four.
            Chris

        3. Six and seven are called names like Shorty Q,
            But they are really forty-two.
            Eli

        4. Seventeen and two fell on the floor,
            So, pick them up, all thirty-four.
            Cody

        5. Nine and seven sailed across the sea.
            One boat sank. it was number sixty-three.
            Pierce

        6. Eight and eight are really poor;
            Maybe they are sixty-four.
            Chris

        7. Three and eight had a debate
            Twenty four hours too late.
            Heather

        8. Four and two were always late
            Instead of 7:50, they showed up at 8.
            Sammie

        9. Three and three are so divine,
            Now they are the number nine.
            Kate

       10. Four and five brought popcorn to the party,
             Everyone said that was plenty,
             Someone wasn't satisfied, and that was twenty.
             Naomi

       11. Six and six had a house to fix,
             To have a mix of thirty-six.
             Chelsea

       12. Eleven and nine went to dine
             And they went to Restaurant 99.
             Jessica

       13. Twelve and eleven were buying toys.
             Before they noticed, they had 132.
             Julia

       14. Two and four were late,
             So was number eight.

       15. Eight and four are all seeds in the core,
             All twenty-four.
             John

       16. Two and three dropped some sticks;
             Pick them up; they equal six.
             Oliver

       17. Nine and nine had a son.
             He was born in '81.
             Abbie

       18. Four and five are playing Krypto. 
             Together they had twenty.
             Hannah

       19. Seven and five made a dive,
             And came out thirty-five.
             Elizabeth

       20. Six and six were cooking a cookie mix.
             They made a batch of thirty-six.
             Julia

       21. Eight and eleven were locked in a crate.
             Others suffered a similar fate.
             Let them out, all eighty-eight.
             Pierce
             

            Can you make up some more like these?

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