Tables of 6, 7, 8 and 9 in Your Hands
Tables of 6, 7, 8 and 9 in Your Hands: At the age of 8 I had to learn the multiplying tables. I've never been good at memorizing lists or tables. It was easy to learn the tables from 1 to 5 but from 6 to 9 it seemed to be way more complicated... A year later I heard this trick on the rad…
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Here are a few things I made for my class to work on next week. Part, Part Whole and Fact Family Practice: (BTW: that is supposed to be Abe Lincoln's hat) (I also made a blank copy of this sheet so you could fill in your own numbers for additional practice.) A few little science activities using pennies: A Sentence Scramble or Unscramble (whatever you want to call it): A little ABC order: (I laminated the cards and then ran off the recording sheet for the students to write their answers on)…
Multiplication Fluency Assessments
Keep a check on your students knowledge of their basic multiplication facts by giving weekly fluency assessments. I keep one assessment sheet per student, which holds 8 assessments (front/back)-less copying needed. I add another assessment sheet once the first is filled. I keep these but send home...
Engage and Motivate with Multiplication Activities that are Fun!
Make learning the multiplication tables fun with this set of multiplication games and activities.
Teach your Kids Multiplication, The Easy Way — Entirely at Home
Multiplication can be challenging for kids to learn and for teachers to teach! Here are a few tips to make teaching multiplication easier.
Russian farmers are said to have used this method to multiply numbers between 6 and 10. The fingers are numbered from 6 to 10. Any couple can then be multiplied. Emily shows off her nice nails:) To multiply 7 & 8 you put the fingers representing the numbers against each other. The fingers that touch and those below represent tens. In this case 50. The other fingers are multiplied and then added to the numbers we got on the lower fingers. Three times two is six and added to the tens you get 6…