One of the better 7 times tables songs. It was catchy so we played this over and over until we were all yelling 7, 14, 21, 28 and so on. This got the base for counting by 7. Then he reviewed with the times table App.

The math Fact Café offers online flash cards, worksheets or online drills. We used these as the big final quiz as he completed each table to see if he had mastered a table. Some educators will frown on the traditional drill and practice, this is a component of how he learned the facts. 'Ya gotta know 'em cold.

Started with this and a simple multiplication fact. He built this chart as each representation was explained, groups of, sharing a total amount equally, and so on.

This is the App we used. You can choose to isolate one times table. Not fancy but good practice. At first they are in order so if they can count by 3 or 4 it's easy. Once you master that the numbers are not in sequence. You can track and save your progress.

This daily French math review resource is from scholar's choice. It has 3 or 4 math questions or problems in French that span the curriculum and strands for each day of the week (for 30 weeks). It's our daily practice. When there is a new concept we go over it briefly. Most questions are self explanatory for parents who don't speak French. By grade 3 students can translate.

I love Sal Khan of the Khan Academy. You'll get more information than you need at the elementary level with his videos but he provides a nice introduction to many topics.