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Item #: 039827
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Multiplication facts right at your fingertips in one handy location! One side provides individual times table from one through twelve while the other side shows the classic multiplication chart through twelve. This sturdy, laminated chart measures 14 x 10.  Enh

Item #: 024971
ISBN: 9781609964269
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Stick and restick where you need while you study multiplication and fact families. Selfadhesive and precut, set has 14 charts, each measuring 8.5x 12. Thirteen of the charts cover fact families 012, while the last chart shows all fact families together. Charts can be placed on any smooth surface and removed without damage to walls. Bright and attractive enough for bedroom or bathroom dcor too! ~ Sara

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Item #: 047289
ISBN: 9780756652197
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This bright and colorful book from DK will have you mastering those times tables right away! The book begins with an introduction to the times tables, explaining how we use them in everyday tasks and providing the online link to the publishers website, where you can download times tables songs. Then the book devotes several pages to each times table, beginning with the 0x and 1x times tables, and ending with the 12x tables. Each times table is covered thoroughly, with colorful photos, illustrations, visual exercises, and hints and tips to commit the concepts to memory. For example, the 8x chapter provides the times table (up to 12 x 8); images of eightarmed octopi and spiders to practice counting and grouping; instructions for playing a times table tennis game; several memory tips (e.g. remember that the answers in the 8 times table are double the answers in the 4 times table); images of buttons to practice division with remainders, and more. The last section of the book has times table quizzes, a lesson on long multiplication and division, instructions for an alternate method of multiplying long numbers together (called window frame multiplication), a large times tables grid, and a glossary. This book provides visual reinforcement and can be used in conjunction with a drill book for extra practice. Answers included. 64 pgs, hc. ~ Lisa

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Item #: 034009
ISBN: 9780439671620
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This is a fun book and CD combination to help students memorize their multiplication tables and have fun singing in the process. The CD includes twelve fun tunes that are each sung in a different style. Theres a tango, a march, popreggae, bluegrass, rock, waltz, a sea chantey, countrywestern, rhythm and blues, jazz, a rap, and calypso. Though the songs definitely have a beat and there are drums and other instruments involved in a few of the songs, none of the music is exceptionally hard. The song lyrics arent merely just numbers being multiplied, like many multiplication songs. Each song includes a fun story or encouragement about learning that goes with the style of music, then of course some multiplying of numbers. Songs focus on multiplying by one, counting in twos, counting by threes, multiplying by fours up to 40, counting by fives up to 50, counting by sixes up to 60, multiplying by sevens up to 63, and multiplying by eights up to 88. One song teaches the trick about how to multiply nines, while another jazz song points out that something times nothing is nothing at all. A special song is given to the hardest multiplication fact (8 x 7 = 56), and a calypso celebration sings of the joys of multiplication and includes random multiplication of numbers. Overall, this is a very fun CD to listen to, and children will memorize their time tables effortlessly as they sing along. The accompanying book includes lyrics to all the songs, suggestions for each song, and a few reproducible handouts like a hundred number chart for use during certain songs. ~ Rachel

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One side of this 12 x 12 table lists the multiples (1144), and the other side is a blank table for practice. The table is laminated, so dryerase markers can be used on either side. 14 cm x 16 cm, or approx. 5.5 x 6.3. Rachel

Item #: 038718
ISBN: 9781411434417
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Practices times tables up to 12

Item #: 058917
ISBN: 9780545653640
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(description by publisher  stay tuned for our own!) Help students master multiplication with these big, bright 012 times tables. Customize multiplication testing with a blank writeon/wipeoff times table and an answer coverup. Supports the Common Core State Standards.

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Learn the multiples of the numbers 112 with these doublesided, laminated cards. One side shows the multiplication problem displayed with a given number first (i.e. 1x1, 1x2, 1x3, 1x4) and the other side shows the multiplication problem switched (i.e. 1x1, 2x1, 3x1, 4x1). Two blank practice cards are also included for a total of fourteen pieces. 11cm x 20 cm, approx. 4.3 x 7.8. Rachel

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Multiplication tables 112, terms & symbols, using division to check multiplication, & multiplying 2digit numbers.

Item #: 054368
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Teaches multiplication facts through 10x tables. Uses a spiral approach, teaching concept then further exploration for each table through 10.

Item #: 026846
ISBN: 9780471369820
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The Magic of Multiplication, Games for Understanding the Multiplication Tables, Multiplication Practice Games, Becoming Marvelous at Multiplication.

Item #: 019045
ISBN: 9781934968109
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Intended for students who can multiply numbers up to 5 x 10, this book builds on that foundation by introducing more advanced multiplication concepts. Students tackle more difficult times tables (up to 10 x 10) by learning the link between skipcounting, repeated addition, and multiplication.

Item #: 002577
ISBN: 9781883841485
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So, youve tried the conventional methods of helping your child memorize his tables. Maybe youve even tried singing the tables, but he wasnt an auditory learner. Drills fall flat, because you have to memorize the tables before you can succeed. Even after practice, practice, practice, youre wondering if theyll ever really stick. Well, heres a novel approach  actually, more of a short story approach. Judy Liautaud has come up with some cute, and memorable, little stories to help fix these facts finally in the minds eye, using a visualmemoryassociation technique that just may work for your little multiplier. Numbers become characters or objects in visuals and storylines in which the product is an integral part. Yeah, some of them are silly  all the better to remember them by. You know, I almost wrote a book like this after teaching the twins their tables. We used similar mnemonic devices and silly sayings like 76 trombones in the big parade....and 42 clowns! and He licks (six) his plate (eight) before he ate (fortyeight) and a football game tied 7 to 7 until the 49ers got a lastminute touchdown. Okay, theyre goofy, but they work! These were our particular problem products, but Judys got all the tables covered. This activity book contains all of the tricks and stories to get your child through the tables, plus Make Your Own Posters and Make Your Own Flashcards sections so your student can also create his own helpful tools.

Item #: 047915
ISBN: 9781420678031
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This game combines strategy with multiplication tables. Two players compete per 8 x 9.5 game card, finding numbers between one and twelve that multiply together to equal a number on the card. As players solve the multiplication problems, they mark them with colored chips. The first to line up four chips wins! The five colorful game cards make for a good variety of strategy in play. Colored chips included. This game is a promising way to help children memorize those multiplication tables fast. For 210 players. ~ Rachel D.

Item #: 038783
ISBN: 9781411434868
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Practices times tables up to 9. Played like the classic war card game, in which the card with the highest product wins the hand. Please note that these cards are not doublesided.

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Love electronic games? Need to practice your times tables? This handheld electronic flash card game helps you learn your 012 times tables while encouraging speedy fact recall. The digital display shows multiplication problems in vertical problem format. The players primary goal is to correctly key in as many multiplication fact answers as possible within 60 seconds. There are two different skill levels for adjustable game play. Level 1 allows you to narrow down your practice to one particular number family. Level 2 presents randomly mixed facts involving all numbers 012. For added flexibility, you can choose to turn off the 60 second timer for nontimed practice, plus the device is easy to mute. This discshaped electronic flash card measures 4.5 in diameter and requires 3 AAA batteries (not included). ~ Anh

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The 112 times tables in a 12 x 12 array.

Item #: 032098
ISBN: 9781584763147
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(description by publisher  stay tuned for our own!) Multiplication Facts in a flash! No more plain old flashcards, no need for high tech computers. Math Gear allows kids to memorize math facts in a fun and interactive way. Turn the wheel, say the answer and then lift the flap to see if you are correct. Goes all the way up to the 12's tables!!

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Repetition is a great way to learn multiplication tables, but without some variety, it can become boring. Its time to mix up your math! This grayscale illustrated book covers the various ways in which multiplication problems may be written and suggests different methods of checking answers (count by twos or use a calculator). The perforated pages and sturdy cardboard back of this handheld book make it easy to take some or all of the 48 pages on the go. Please not that there is no answer key. Rachel

Item #: 044676
ISBN: 9780977732319
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Multiplication facts should be committed to memory for immediate recall during timed tests and to succeed at higher math levels. There are enough new concepts to assimilate at the high school level without being hindered by inadequate retention of the basic math facts. These will also be used continuously in reallife applications. Whether a student is just beginning to learn the multiplication facts or needs a little more help to totally master them, this book can help. Similar to Two Plus Two is Not Five (for addition and subtraction), this volume presents multiplication facts incrementally, using mastery strategies. As in that book, strategies are meant to bridge the way between counting and memorization, not as a substitute for instant recall. There are 33 sets of strategy introductions, followed by practice, review, and cumulative review pages a total of 148 reproducible pages in all. The Guide to Introducing the Facts supplies helpful terminology and instructions for each introduction. Facts are not introduced in order; they are introduced by strategy, with easier strategies (like doubles) near the beginning. You will probably want to use a set of multiplication flash cards for daily drill and practice of presented facts to use in tandem with this book. The Guide lists facts to add to your flash card drill with each introduction. As facts are presented, students can check them off on their RecordKeeping Checklists. As they are mastered, they can be circled on the Math Facts Baseline Recorder. This sheet of the 81 multiplication facts can also be used for remedial students as a starting point for instruction. Practice pages of facts contain both vertical and horizontal format problems and sometimes include a few addition and/or subtraction facts for review. This keeps children on their toes so they remember to look at the sign of a problem before working. There are also cumulative review pages that review all facts introduced to that point. Some of these (listed in introduction) are meant to be used for testing and timed drills to determine mastery. Children should only answer the ones they know from memory, without counting; others should be left blank. Other Review pages are used for reinforcement of particular strategies and math facts. Many of these are concentrated toward the back of the book as a final review. You will probably use these only if your child has not demonstrated mastery of those facts yet. The pages are easy on the eye; very clean and clearlooking with problems nicely spaced. This one looks like a good bet for nailing those multiplication facts once and for all.

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Like Roll N Add, this game creates an exciting mix of strategy, math, and competition! In Roll N Multiply, the goal is for a player to create a Like Roll N Add, this game creates an exciting mix of strategy, math, and competition! In Roll N Multiply, the goal is for a player to create a row of four pieces in his color. The catch is that each of the doublesided pieces contains a multiplication answer on it, and to play a piece, each player must first roll both of the 10sided dice, multiply the numbers to determine the product, and then play the piece displaying that number. After a player has placed a piece on the board, its the other players turn. The game becomes more exciting when a player rolls a product that is already on the board. If its their own piece, they can move it wherever theyd like or keep it where it is. If its their opponents piece, they get to flip it to their own color and then move it wherever theyd like. Its a delicate balance of strategy and luck, because a roll of the dice can change everything! A nice bonus with this game is that all the chips and the dice fit into a tray that snaps right into the bottom of the game board, keeping everything together with no loose pieces. A multiplication table is included for checking answers.

Item #: 045594
ISBN: 9781550359183
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Multiplication doesnt come naturally to most students. Thats why this book is here to help! It not only includes instruction and practice for beginning multiplication, but also provides strategies and tips for quick, accurate multiplying. Covering 0 x 0 to 12 x 12, the book first works on skip counting (counting by 2s 5s etc.), then progresses to more formal exercises like times tables, practice exercises, and drill questions, and eventually 2digit by 1digit multiplication. Several of the fun pages include mnemonics, songs, rhymes, and games. Overall, the book provides a solid, balanced coverage of beginning multiplication that would be a great supplement to any classroom instruction. 80pgs, pb. ~ Rachel

Item #: 057472
ISBN: 9781411470514
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(description by publisher  stay tuned for our own!) This sixpage chart covers: Number systems Naming whole numbers; Arithmetic Factoring whole numbers; Multiplication table; Fractions, decimals, and percentages; Positive and negative numbers; Powers and roots; Measurement; Table of geometric figures and formulas; Statistics and graphs

Item #: 005422
ISBN: 9780471317517
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Yes, a book that covers all the math youll ever NEED. Numbers are everywhere, like it or not, and are a very important part of our lives. A surprising percent of people are mathematically illiterate and have trouble doing even grade school math without using a calculator. But this book makes us use our brains so we can once more solve problems in our heads or on paper, without depending on a calculator! A good refresher course for high schoolers, college graduates, or even adults, the 24 chapters go through math from the multiplication table to personal finances, to business math. Advanced word problems, interest rates, exponents and square roots, and much more are covered. Selftests are included starting in chapter three, with at least two selftests in every chapter. If youre inclined to skip some chapters, its good to take the selftests anyway, to see how well you really know that area. Dont feel intimidated by numbers any longer! Push aside that calculator dependency and use your head!  Megan

Item #: 044677
ISBN: 9780977732302
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Mastery of basic math facts is the goal of this 232page reproducible book. Unlike other books, counting and the tricks taught here are to aid in the memory of the facts, not used as a substitute. You will need a set of math flash cards to implement the program, unless you want to make up your own. You can start at Tier 1 with a beginning student or begin wherever needed with a remedial student or one who already has mastered some of the facts. There are six tiers in the book; beginning with the second, all math facts from previous tiers are reviewed. Each tier section begins with a page of instructions and information for using the worksheets within. For each math trick, corresponding math fact cards (flashcards) are assigned. Math fact cards should be added to and practiced daily. The tiers are not organized by number sequence (first introducing all +0, then all +1 facts, etc.), but by ease of learning for children. So, in Tier 1, the following tricks are presented: Number +1, Doubles (1s, 2s, 5s), Backwards 1; Doubles (1s, 2s, 5s, 3s); Zero; Doubles (15); Doubles Subtraction; Right Next to Each Other; Doubles Subtractions; 2 Ladder. In between pages that introduce and model the tricks are review pages, making the program very incremental and failproof. Text is clean, problems nicely spaced, and both horizontal and vertical forms are practiced. A RecordKeeping Checklist allows students to track their progress through the tricks and tiers. The Math Facts Baseline Recorder lists all 81 addition and subtraction facts. As facts are mastered, they are circled on this sheet. One of the major selling points of this book for me is that corresponding subtraction facts are introduced right alongside the addition facts, rather than treating the memorization of subtraction facts as a separate skill. In my experience, subtraction and division kind of just come along with memorizing addition and multiplication tables. The other is that it looks like it will accomplish the goal. Too often, kids dont quite master these tables and must resort to counting up, skip counting, using their fingers, or consulting a calculator. This adversely affects their computational speed which will increase their frustration and be a hindrance in timed tests. Its best to bite the bullet and commit these to memory. If your child is just starting into math facts, or struggling with them, I highly recommend this volume. Once you finish it, youll be ready for Five Times Five Is Not Ten by the same author.

Item #: 041160
ISBN: 9780374464523
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Wilson has lots of trouble with his times tables and doesnt think he can learn them and get his ice cream cone reward. His parents, teacher and friend Josh are all encouraging, but he sees no way to learn them. When its his turn to take Squiggles (the class pet hamster) home, practicing multiplication gets in the way of having fun with the hamster! On the last day, hes the only one yet to complete the test and get his ice cream cone. Will Wilson get through all twelve timestables tests? This math story will help kids master multiplication. 104 pgs, pb.
