# learning multiplication tables

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This is an awesome tool/organizer to help your students who are just learning or are struggling with their multiplication facts. It contains two pages that are taped together after printing. The student follows the arrow on a number . They count the smaller numbers (multiples) as they move along th...

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I love my KitchenAid and although I haven't had any problems with it yet (knock on wood), I decided to put together a page full of handy hints and tricks that I've bookmarked from around the web so I have them on hand "just in case". So far there are…

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...

When I look back to my elementary years, one of the most difficult things I was asked to do was memorize my multiplication tables. There were so many of them, and they seemed like strings of random…

Mastering multiplication facts is such an important skill for 3rd grade students. As a former 4th grade teacher, I fully understand how crippling it can

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Multiplication Tricks Sheet!! I remember learning these multiplication songs, and I plan on teaching them to my students in the future. It is a great way to integrate music into math, and this will help the kids remember their facts! Also, this link is to a blog with tips and tricks for teachers. Great stuff! -Maggie Smith 2/13/13/

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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