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OK, this is genius how to teach children multiplication. Use your "hand calculator" to figure 8 and 9 multiplication tables. Where was this when I was in school? (Also, this is a crazy long video for such a simple concept.

Times table trick using your hands: To multiply x by y, where x and y are both integers in the range 6 to 10 inclusive, you work out (x - 5 + y - x 10 + - x) - y). It can be seen that this = + - 100 + 100 - - + xy = xy

Start saving those water bottle lids: Math Facts Race, a great, engaging math activity that can be changed to accommodate lower to higher math learners. AND, you can fit it to engage middle and high school students.

DIY fraction paper plate pies by Pieces by Polly: Kindergarten Pi-Day Activities.

Capturing Classroom Ideas: Multiplication Anchor Chart another 9 trick

I don& think i ever knew this. the number below the # being multipled by 9 . like 2 then the second number is whatever is added to get 9 . answer hope that makes sense lol :)

Multiplication Tricks, this is a gooofy little video that shows the 9 multiplication trick. This could be a fun way to introduce the trick to students.

My First Grade Backpack: Fabulous Fractions! - I could modify this for whole notes, half notes, quarter notes, and eighth notes. I think dotted lines could be added to show the fraction below.

grade math - FREE Multiplication Strategies - mini posters / reference charts for Math

Times tables booklet idea to help kids understand