If you are an educator or parent with a frustrated child who is attempting to memorize the multiplication tables? Read on. I chose to share this because, as a homeschooling family I’m looking for all the help I can get, and want to share them with you as well.
8 Resources for Learning Times Tables
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This booklet can be printed off and given to each student to work through at their own pace as it is easy to follow or can be used laminated and used for centers.
Each booklet contains: A cover, write activity for all the times tables 1-12, an activity sheet asking students to write inverse/commutative property and repeated addition for each times table. Multiplication Grids for each times table.
Easy to use multiplication bookmarks now in a rectangle bookmarks that is easy to print and use. These are a great way to work on multiplication fact fluency.
Make multiplication easy (and fun!) for your kiddos with this set of 144 Multiplication Clip Cards. Interactive and engaging, these Multiplication Clip Cards are a great math activity for teaching and revising multiplication up to 12×12.
Hundreds of kids have learned their times tables in an hour using a very fun & easy to understand animated video. The Times Tales DVD is a two-part video series that uses stories to teach multiplication to kids. The videos use cute, simple stories that provide students with a “memory peg,” allowing them to quickly recall otherwise abstract multiplication facts. As students progress through the video, they’ll learn multiplication without even knowing it! It’s that easy!
About the Times Tales DVD – What is included?
- Animated video comes on a DVD
- CD includes printable worksheets and flashcards
Times Tales Animated DVD & Printable Worksheets
Times Tales teaches kids the upper times tables without rote memorization. Students can simply follow along with the entertaining story. As they progress, they’ll be guided into associating the stories they’ve learned with real math.
More Activities to Practice Multiplication:
Early Multiplication: Grouping with Legos by School Time Snippets – Kristina and her son practice multiplications using Legos!
Multiplication Rap DVD – Kids discover what multiplication is all about, learn facts through 12, and practice skip counting.
Multiplication Clever Catch Ball – This colorful ball is an interactive way for kids to practice multiplication facts outside or during an organized classroom activity.
Patterned Multiplication Circles by Lemon Lime Adventures – Dayna and her 7-year old use this visual way to learn multiplication. This math craftivity is fun for all ages!
Musical Math with Sue Dickson’s Songs that Teach – This program makes memorizing the facts easy, sure, and fun with catchy songs that allow students to master the facts in no time!
30 Multiplication Facts Printable Worksheets – This low-cost packet includes 30 printable worksheets, 143 flash cards, six vocabulary word cards, and a multiplication chart.
A+ Math Multiplication Unit – Build a strong foundation in math with A+ Interactive Math’s multiplication unit.