# multiplication tables

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Another math coach related to me today the story of how a student she taught had named fingers sections as something that comes in groups of threes. She took this concept and helped students use t…

These display posters are a perfect way to show the multiples of different numbers, making them a great addition to your maths classroom! Bright and colourful, they'll add beautifully to your classroom display!

Last year I taught my students the 9's "finger trick" This summer my husband taught me about rounding to ten- multiplying the o...

NOTE: This Clip has been updated; This particular video enables learners, who have had difficulties with 'tables', to use low technology (namely their own ha...

In this video we look at how to multiply any two digit number by eleven instantly - much faster than any calculator! Multiplication has never been so fast an...

A card game that you can use to help your students practice and recall times tables facts.

One of my favorite tricks for multiplication is the 9's trick. Kids love this too, since it is just so darn neat! I am aware that there are several other popular tricks out there for

541 Likes, 76 Comments - Amy Groesbeck (@theamygroesbeck) on Instagram: “Day 121: Another incentive board in full swing to motivate my little mathematicians. We've started…”

I song I wrote to help my students with their 9's facts (shows the 9's finger trick). Make sure they memorize them too! See more of Mr. R.'s free math and sc...

This multiplication chart 1-100 can be a great tool when teaching your child multiplication. It's free and printable as a pdf. Use our helpful tips when teaching the times tables.

A teaching game that makes learning and remembering those tricky 6x, 7x, 8x and 9x times tables meaningful and fun

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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 r...