Multiplication Chart Mastery 3 Easy Steps - Printable Workbook (30 Pages)
The printable PDF workbook (digital download) has over 30 printable pages that you can implement the 3-step process with your child or student. This workbook shows you how to present the times tables in a way that gives kids tools for easy recall and retention of the math facts.
Multiplication Mastery - 3 Easy Steps:
- Step #1 Teach the Concept of Multiplication
- Step #2 Use Addition to Compute the Lower Times Tables
- Step #3 Use Mnemonics for Easy Recall of Upper Times Tables
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This was great way to really make learning the multiplication chart pretty easy. It breaks it down into steps that kids can easily digest and isn't overwhelming for them. I loved that I can reprint the drills and worksheets for all of my children. Also is a great companion if you get the Times Tales program. Overall...a success!! Linn
The videos are about 30 minutes long, and there are no instructions for how to use the videos and the printable work sheets together. I think it would be really helpful to have it broken up in bite size pieces so you can work on one or two at a time. There isn't a great way to do that, so be prepared any day you work on this to spend a long time or come up with your own system and process for using it.
Easy to download and print instantly for my child who needed more practice after schools closed
Our two kids have essentially refused to learn or practice the times tables. While in isolation these part 8 weeks, I did some research and came across a blogger who was sharing the concept. I immediately purchased online and explained to the kids how this was going to be a fun way to learn them. We sat down as a family and engaged in each story. They loved it! They were excited for the times tables and the best part...at the end they knew them. A fabulous resource. Highly recommend it as a learning tool.
These are simple and effective. One of my students in particular can’t get enough. She would love to have a Times Tales part 3. We started to make up our own characters and stories, like 5 being Mr School. But she wants an animated version. Thank you for bringing a great idea to life!