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When working with students who have difficulty just "Memorizing the Multiplication Facts", I use this Math Strategy Flipbook to help see patterns in the multiplication tables.  Each page represents a lesson or mini-lesson with a group of students. These lessons look for patterns or strategies to help them remember their facts.

Idea for learning multiplication patterns Multi-Grade Matters: Ideas for a Split Class: Math Fact Flip Book

Times Tables Tricks_3rd Grade These are not exactly what we used, but they look helpful.

Times Tables Tricks - Here's a nice handout for students with tips/tricks to remember different multiplication facts.

Multiplication strategies foldable(equal groups, array, repeated addition, skip counting, and number lines)

MATH: Multiplication strategies foldable(equal groups, array, repeated addition, skip counting, and number lines)

Students monitoring own learning - use for any learning area

Students monitoring own learning - use for any learning area

Prime and composite numbers, and factors and multiples: This is a quick unit.  I have a few really fun hands-on lessons from my newest math resource.

Math Journal Sundays

greatest common factor math journal entry @ Runde's Room Venn Diagram Flip Chart for notebook.

Week 14 -This 22 slide Power Point will help students remember measurements such as 12 inches in a foot, 3 feet in a yard, 4 cups in a quart, 2 pints in a q...

Measurement Memory Strategies Power Point

This 22 slide Power Point will help students remember measurements such as 12 inches in a foot, 3 feet in a yard, 4 cups in a quart. check it out my math teacher friends!

Getting your students to practice multiplication facts can be a challenge.  I have complied 10 ways to practice multiplication facts, that my students have enjoyed1.  Use the traditional flash card...

some fun ideas here! Getting your students to practice multiplication facts can be a challenge. I have complied 10 ways to practice multiplication facts, that my students have Use the traditional flash card.

Our 'Rounding Chant' that I made up. The students love to chant this in a call and response.

"Rounding Rhyme":This little rhyme would help students remember how to round up decimals.

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