Times Tables Tricks

How to use this book Only practise one 'trick' at a time (until its recall becomes fully automatic) before moving on to the next one. This is to avoid becoming confused or overwhelmed.

Author: Lidia Stanton

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781671538061

Category:

Page: 36

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For sample pages PREVIEW, visit www.lidiastanton.com. This step-by-step guide is for learners of all ages who: have tried (without success) rote learning methods based on repetition of whole multiplication facts enjoy active learning through discovery and experience have gaps in their times tables knowledge need fast and foolproof strategies to recall times tables in formal assessments, particularly timed ones may have a specific learning difficulty (SpLD), such as dyslexia, dyscalculia and ADD/ADHD The book works by: helping over-learn secure reference points in the times tables, from which more tricky facts can be worked out. validating alternative methods for learning times tables. Rote learning does not work for everyone. Using fingers is not a sign of cheating. For those who are self-conscious, the book's preferred (but not exclusive) way of using fingers is gentle tapping on the table (instead of raising hands) to avoid attracting attention to oneself. offering multisensory instruction methods that help counteract the effects of weak sequential working memory and poor long-term memory for number facts. How to use this book Only practise one 'trick' at a time (until its recall becomes fully automatic) before moving on to the next one. This is to avoid becoming confused or overwhelmed. Once you've learned a trick, practise it as often as you can: later the same day and in the following days and weeks. Share it with other people; use it as a family, class, or party trick. Test yourself during quiet times at home. The book doesn't need to be read from cover to cover. You can dip in and out, starting with the trick that looks most appealing or makes the most sense to you. Different brains respond differently to maths methods. Don't worry if some tricks don't make sense straight away. Leave them for now, enjoy another trick, then come back to it later. It's fine to learn only some tricks in this book.

Times Tables Made Easy

Times Tables Made Easy has fun illustrations, shortcuts, clever ways to make some or the harder times tables simpler to learn (and even some harmless cheats that their teacher will approve of!).

Author: Carol Vorderman

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 0756686105

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

View: 500

If your child finds their times tables a little testing, then here's the answer: straightforward, easy-to-follow tips, hints and advice from math expert Carol Vorderman that will help them remember their tables for ever. Times Tables Made Easy has fun illustrations, shortcuts, clever ways to make some or the harder times tables simpler to learn (and even some harmless cheats that their teacher will approve of!).

My Times Tables Book

Do you or your child need help learning the Times Tables? ✅ This book provides easy to learn tips and tricks to help remember tables from 1-12 with ease 🕮 ✅It includes advice and recommended steps to learn the tables in the most ...

Author: Elizabeth Opanuga

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781708216481

Category:

Page: 30

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Do you or your child need help learning the Times Tables? ✅ This book provides easy to learn tips and tricks to help remember tables from 1-12 with ease 🕮 ✅It includes advice and recommended steps to learn the tables in the most effective way 💡 ✅Filled with vibrant colours, images, hand tricks, catchy phrases and lots more, this book makes learning fun and memorable 😊 ✅I had a lot of pleasure making this book knowing how much it can benefit you or your child, building confidence whilst gearing towards mastering the times tables 👍

Times Tables Book

Hints, tips and tricks to learning times tables.

Author: Carol Vorderman

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781740337687

Category: Multiplication

Page: 64

View: 247

Hints, tips and tricks to learning times tables. If your child finds times tables a little testing then here's the answer: straightforward, easy-to-follow tips, hints and advice that will help them remember their tables for ever. There are fun illustrations, shortcuts, clever ways to make some of the harder times tables simpler to learn (and even some harmless cheats that their teacher will approve of!). They can also download a fantastic FREE podcast from the DK website so they can join in with other children saying their tables, AND play the fill-in-the-answer game.

Carol Vorderman s Times Tables Book

Hints, tips and tricks to learning your times tables with Carol Vorderman If your child finds times tables a little testing then here's the answer: straightforward, easy-to-follow tips, hints and advice from Carol Vorderman that will help ...

Author: Carol Vorderman

Publisher: Reissues Education 2014

ISBN: 9781405341363

Category: Multiplication

Page: 64

View: 254

Hints, tips and tricks to learning your times tables with Carol Vorderman If your child finds times tables a little testing then here's the answer: straightforward, easy-to-follow tips, hints and advice from Carol Vorderman that will help them remember their tables for ever. There are fun illustrations, shortcuts, clever ways to make some or the harder times tables simpler to learn (and even some harmless cheats that their teacher will approve of!). They can also download a fantastic FREE podcast from the DK website so they can join in with other children saying their tables , AND play the fill-in-the-answer game.

Teach Your Kids Math

This is because multiplication tables are not only directly useful, but are also a foundation upon which other mathematical techniques are based - including multiplication of larger numbers, division, and fractions.

Author: Sunil Tanna

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781503024465

Category:

Page: 46

View: 577

Knowing multiplication tables is a key math skill. This is because multiplication tables are not only directly useful, but are also a foundation upon which other mathematical techniques are based - including multiplication of larger numbers, division, and fractions. This book is a guide for parents wishing to help their kids master this important skill. It shows parents how to teach their kids in a simple step-by-step fashion, and includes numerous tips and tricks to help children remember, or work out, the answers. Times tables from 0X0 to 12X12 are covered, and as well as the times tables themselves, the book also includes additional facts, such as common prefixes used for words relating to various numbers, how to quickly check if a number is in the 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, or 10 times table, and more.

I Get It Times Tables

Discover many different strategies to assist in understanding the times tables. This is a simple guide to multiplication that will not overwhelm the student.

Author: Larissa Bjornson

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 1525577255

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 40

View: 804

I GET IT! TIMES TABLES is a fun and exciting way to learn multiplication. Meet The Times Table Team characters and learn magic tricks for solving multiplication questions up to 12 x 12. Discover many different strategies to assist in understanding the times tables. This is a simple guide to multiplication that will not overwhelm the student.

Ultimate Multiplication Tables

Multiplication and division (reverse tables) are tested as well as rules for multiples and square numbers. Word questions are also asked. Answers are supplied. This is the ideal study guide to master times tables and gain speed.

Author: A. Matalia

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781546664352

Category:

Page: 60

View: 197

Master Multiplication Tables using simple tricks, tips and techniques. Covering & Extending the National Curriculum for primary school. SATs KS2. Years 3-6. Can also be used earlier at KS1 Year 2. Tables are not only asked in order but random. Eg 7 x ? = 42. Multiplication and division (reverse tables) are tested as well as rules for multiples and square numbers. Word questions are also asked. Answers are supplied. This is the ideal study guide to master times tables and gain speed. Originally 130 pages but condensed to 60 pages. Hours of work.

Teach Your Child the Multiplication Tables Fast Fun and Easy Teacher s Editio

The ONLY difference between these editions is: an Answer Key with pages reduced to 1/4 size can be found at the back of the Teacher's edition.

Author: Eugenia Francis

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781482770537

Category:

Page: 224

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Teach Your Child the Multiplication Tables - Teacher's 2nd Edition Both the Student and Teacher's editions include the TeaCHildMath(tm) teaching methodology. The ONLY difference between these editions is: an Answer Key with pages reduced to 1/4 size can be found at the back of the Teacher's edition. Like most third graders, my son found learning the multiplication tables through rote memorization a challenge. After an afternoon of tiresome drills, I knew there had to be a better way! I drew a grid for tables 1-10. Not surprisingly, Scott knew tables 1, 2, 5 and 10, the tables with easy patterns. Well, then, why not find patterns for the rest of the tables? Tables for EVEN numbers 2, 4, 6 and 8, we discovered, end in some combination of 2-4-6-8-0 and are easy to learn. Tables for ODD numbers, we found, also have distinct patterns. Patterns made Scott smile. He could see the underlying structure and knew he got it right. The traditional method of learning one math fact at a time, such as 8 x 6 = ?, is not only difficult but highly inefficient. Rote memorization is passive and mechanical. Students typically find it boring. Why not learn one pattern for the entire table? Discovering patterns is active, creative and engaging. The essence of mathematics is patterns. Learning to recognize patterns at an early age develops analytical skills. Patterns greatly benefit children with special needs, such as those with ADD/ADHD, autism and dyslexia. They can better recall and visualize the table when they see a pattern. This is true for all children. Patterns aid recall. My workbook utilizes both left and right-brain strategies to teach multiplication. There are marked differences between children who are left-hemisphere dominant and those who are right dominant. Whereas the left-hemisphere dominant child can construct the whole from the parts, the right dominant prefers the big picture, seeing patterns and making connections. Special needs children are often right-brain dominant. Learning the multiplication tables is much easier when both hemispheres are engaged. It is the responsibility of parents and teachers to ensure children learn the multiplication tables. Without them, a child will not progress beyond third grade math. Fractions, decimals, percentages and algebra will be beyond a child's reach. In California, the number one reason students do not graduate from high school is failure to pass algebra. A leading cause is: failure to master the times tables! It is a national disgrace that fifteen-year olds in the U.S. rank near the bottom of industrialized nations in math skills. We must reverse this alarming trend. The time to intervene is in the third grade. Teachers, why not a more effective approach to the multiplication tables than the "drill and kill" of rote memorization? Why not bring the "magic" of math into the classroom? If all third graders were to genuinely like math, they would be more likely to succeed in school. Parents too must do their part. Parents have a huge influence over a third grader. By high school it may be too late. Mastery of the multiplication tables is essential to your child's future. My goal in writing this workbook is not only multiplication mastery for all children but to instill in them a love of numbers and fascination with math. Free instructional TeaCHildMath(tm) videos can be found on YouTube.

Multiplication Facts Tips Tricks Strategies Gr 2 5

Students begin with skip counting; the patterns developed there are then
revisited as repeated addition of numbers, which in turn leads to multiplication.
Students practice each times table individually, with various different methods of
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Author:

Publisher: On The Mark Press

ISBN: 1770721525

Category: Education

Page:

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Times Tables Fun with Naughty Katie

Lorraine Reed. table with naughty Katie up to tricks The girls went to the seaside
to paddle in the sea. Because 1 x 3 is 3 They splashed each other with jumps
and kicks. Because 2 x 3 is 6 Then a dirty trickentered Katie's mind! Because 3 x
3 ...

Author: Lorraine Reed

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1785891677

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

View: 273

Do you struggle to learn times tables? Learn your times tables using an inventive new method created by Lorraine Reed, which involves so much more than simply reciting figures! Join Naughty Katie and her younger sister Misty as they show you that maths can be fun. Author and mother Lorraine feels that not all children find mathematics interesting enough to stimulate their brain, but knows that children can find hearing and reading stories much more fun. With this in mind, she has written Times Tables Fun with Naughty Katie, which utilises a more interactive method of learning. In early 2016, the BBC announced a new scheme that will see every pupil in England being tested on their times tables before they leave primary school. By the age of 11, they will now be expected to know their tables all the way up to 12x12 and will be tested using a computer. These checks will be piloted to about 3,000 pupils in 80 primary schools in summer 2017, before being rolled out across the country later next year. Throughout this book as you shall see, Because 3 x 1 is 3. The girls will teach you so much more! Because 4 x 1 is 4. In Lorraine’s new book, as well as learning the times tables up to 12x12, readers will follow the story of Katie, a very naughty little girl who likes nothing more than teasing her younger sister Misty and causing havoc! Being read as a bed-time story each night, children will enjoy Katie and Misty’s adventures whilst learning their time tables in a fun way, with the nightly repetition speeding up the learning process. Times Tables Fun with Naughty Katie will appeal to children and adults who struggle with traditional learning methods.

Turn to Learn Times Tables

Now kids can learn with Turn and Learn Times Tables, to drum those times tables into their heads without turning them off. Spin the unique wheel built right into the book's cover and watch the times tables appear.

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780241225363

Category:

Page: 18

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Developing Memory Skills in the Primary Classroom

Every multiplication has a twin, as long as you understand that 6x8 = 8x6 there
are fewer facts to learn. This way, you only have to ... times tables difficult to
master. Times table Trick 2 Add the number to itself (example 29 = 9+9) The last
digit ...

Author: Gill Davies

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317484819

Category: Education

Page: 144

View: 847

How can we help children to develop their working memory? The memory demands in the classroom for children are high; they are constantly bombarded by new knowledge in multiple topic areas, given series of instructions to complete and expected to both learn and demonstrate their mastery of knowledge and skills on a daily basis. Developing Memory Skills in the Primary Classroom is a highly practical book that contains all the guidance and resources a school needs to boost their pupils’ working memory. Proven to have a positive impact on pupils, this tried and tested complete programme combines teaching pupils memory strategies with opportunities to practice those strategies within a small group, the classroom and at home. The resources provided by this book include: a variety of photocopiable games and activities extensive teaching notes a range of sample letters to parents/carers essential information sheets bespoke baseline assessment tools a detailed programme that can be run by a teaching assistant under the guidance of the SENCo. This text provides a clear link between working in the classroom and with parents in the home, making it a one-stop resource for any teacher, SENCo, teaching assistant or parent wanting to help children develop their working memory.

Times Tables the Fun Way Book for Kids Third Edition

Each difficult fact is illustrated. Once the students learn the story, they recall the mental image and remember the answer to the fact.

Author: Judy Liautaud

Publisher: City Creek PressInc

ISBN: 9781883841430

Category: Multiplication

Page: 88

View: 815

Memorization of the multiplication facts is fun and easy with this colorful and clever book of cartoons and stories. Children learn to associate the numbers with the characters in the story. To teach 4x4, the story tells about Bart who loves to go hang gliding and can't wait until he turns 16 so he can get his driver's license and drive his 4 by 4. Children easily remember once the story is learned. The caption below the story says: Remember: you have to be 16 to drive a 4x4. There are cartoons and stories for all the difficult facts, ie. the 3's, 4's, 6's, 7's, and 8's. Tricks are are used to teach the easier ones ie. 1's, 2's, 5's, and 9's. Kids love the stories and will never forget "You have to be 16 to drive a 4 by 4, (4x4). Over 500,000 copies have been sold to schools in the US since 1992.

Turn to Learn Multiplication

On each page in the book, readers will then find great tips and tricks to help memorize times tables from 1 to 12.

Author:

Publisher: Kids Play

ISBN: 9781465451873

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 18

View: 698

Practice makes perfect with Turn to Learn Multiplication, an engaging and innovate book that teaches a hands-on approach to multiplication and times tables. Young students can test themselves by spinning the wheel built right into the book's cover and watching the times tables appear. On each page in the book, readers will then find great tips and tricks to help memorize times tables from 1 to 12. Turn to Learn Multiplication uses various techniques such as number grids, times tables charts, tips and memory clues, and number lines to help reinforce the times tables until young readers have them memorized. With its spinning wheel, lift-the-flaps, and colorful spreads, Turn to Learn Multiplication creates a whole new spin on times table learning.

Life the Flap Times Tables

"Lift the flaps to find tips, tricks and practice questions to help you learn all the times tables up to 12x12.

Author: Rosie Dickins

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780794528867

Category: Board books

Page: 16

View: 716

"Lift the flaps to find tips, tricks and practice questions to help you learn all the times tables up to 12x12. You can discover why the tables are so helpful, use the number machine to answer any tables question, and test your knowledge with the times tables challenge"--Page [4] of cover.

91 Cool Maths Tricks to Make You Gasp

... time thinking about! They try to solve puzzles like this by finding a “proof”—a
mathematical calculation that shows how the puzzle works, and whether it works
for every number. M TIMES-TABLE TRICKS Learning all your times tables can
feel.

Author: Anna Claybourne

Publisher: Arcturus Publishing

ISBN: 1398800767

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page:

View: 841

This is no ordinary maths book. It's an incredible compendium of mind-blowing facts; tricks that will amaze friends and family; and fun, interactive activities. Young readers will love... • Using maths to create uncrackable codes. • Exploring weird numerical patterns. (Did you know that 11111111 x 11111111 = 123456787654321?) • Discovering the secrets of mathematical mind-reading. Rediscover subjects such as geometry, statistics, and measurement in a completely new light. Whoever new that maths could be this much fun? With a glossary of key mathematical terms included, this brain-boosting book is perfect for readers aged 8+.

Help Your Kids With Times Tables

An education book for kids in a series created by Carol Vorderman, the UK's number 1 bestselling education author. If your kids are struggling with their times tables, this book is for you.

Author: Carol Vorderman

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd

ISBN: 0241319811

Category: Mathematics

Page: 256

View: 565

The maths book every parent needs to make learning this subject fun and engaging. Unlock your child's academic achievement with this unique and colourful approach to understanding times tables. An education book for kids in a series created by Carol Vorderman, the UK's number 1 bestselling education author. If your kids are struggling with their times tables, this book is for you. A comprehensive and accessible guide and workbook that provides a range of learning techniques complemented by practice exercises throughout. From times tables basics to challenging number sequences, the methods, tricks and tips shown ensure that no child (or parent) is left feeling bewildered. Fun graphics help to engage your child and allow them to visualise the maths problem in front of them. It even offers super handy parents' notes on the practice tests to make sure that you can answer any tricky questions with confidence and give essential times tables guidance. Help Your Kids with Times Tables is the perfect guide for frustrated children and confused adults. Build Confidence, Reduce Stress And Solve Times Tables! So, you want to help your kids understand what they're being taught. Often, a trip down this memory lane can be a real challenge for adults (especially since the curriculum has likely changed a whole lot since you were in school!). An invaluable guide to help your kids learn maths, this book will become your best friend! Straightforward, with easy to follow tips, hints, and advice from Carol Vorderman, helping your children understand and remember their times tables forever. The practice pages and questions have been compiled and tested by a team of experts and allow parents and kids to work together to solve even the trickiest times tables! Guaranteed to build confidence, reduce stress, and make even the most difficult aspects of this subject simple, clear and accessible. This easy times tables book is ideal for Key Stage 1 and 2 children (ages 5-11) and includes: -Easy times tables -Tricky times tables -Times tables time challenges -Times tables practice Help Your Kids with Times Tables is one of many in this educational series of Help Your Kids With academic books that enable parents to help their children with schoolwork. Other options in this range include Help Your Kids with Maths, Help Your Kids with Computer Science, Help Your Kids with Study Skills, and more.

Memory Improvement Techniques Tricks Exercises How To Train and Develop Your Brain In 30 Days

Once the 5 times tables are mastered, it is possible to understand forms of money
. Understanding the forms of money based on 5x tables is elaborative and once
the forms of money are understood, mastering money concepts comes very ...

Author: Jason Scotts

Publisher: Speedy Publishing LLC

ISBN: 1628847298

Category: Self-Help

Page: 43

View: 528

How to Improve Your Memory & Increase Your Brain Power in 30 Days" is a text that is focused on methods that can help individuals to improve their memory in a relatively short period of time. The author starts out pretty simply with a definition of what memory is and then progresses into the various methods that can be effectively used to improve memory. The text is appropriate for those individuals that are interested in learning some tried and true methods that can be used to improve memory. In our fast paced society there are an ever increasing number of things the need to be retained and any method that can be used to improve it is extremely advantageous. The reader does benefit from what the author has opted to divulge and the techniques can easily be understood and executed right in the home. Overall the book is a great point of reference for memory improvement.

Easy Peasy Times Tables

Each times table has its own theme, from "Under the sea with the threes" to "At the zoo with the twos" - so your child will enjoy the book and love learning their times tables at the same time.Easy Peasy Times Tables will ensure no child is ...

Author: Carol Vorderman

Publisher: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)

ISBN: 9781405365864

Category: Multiplication

Page: 32

View: 482

Quite simply the best introduction to times tables for young children and struggling beginners, from Carol Vorderman.Easy Peasy Times Tables is perfect for young children and those that find their times tables tricky to remember. With emphasis on building confidence with easy-to-follow design and simple, easy "tricks" and games, this will offer handy ways of learning and remembering each table effortlessly.Stuck on a problem? Ask the owl... The unique Easy Peasy Times Tables "wonder wheel" - in the guise of a wise old owl - it's perfect for fun learning and revising alone. Spin the dials to the times table problem of your choice and the owl will reveal the answer. Each times table has its own theme, from "Under the sea with the threes" to "At the zoo with the twos" - so your child will enjoy the book and love learning their times tables at the same time.Easy Peasy Times Tables will ensure no child is left behind or left bewildered!