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  • Rachel Pazandak

    math songs and tricks for remembering multiplication facts

  • Beth Attanaseo

    GREAT math ideas!!

  • Michelle Cocke

    Multiplication Tricks Sheet!! I remember learning these multiplications songs, and I plan on teaching them to my students in the future. It is a great way to integrate music into math, and this will help the kids remember their facts! Also, this link is to a blog with tips and tricks for teachers. Great stuff! -Maggie Smith 2/13/13/

  • Monique Despins-Gruszczynski

    Multiplication Tricks Sheet!! I'm going to give this to my high school math students...enough with the calculators!

  • April Scafuro

    Multiplication Tricks Sheet!! Great to use with my third graders who are learning their multiplication facts!

  • Holly R

    Multiplication songs and tricks cheat sheet

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OMG this actually works! mind=blown

Love this concept. I still use it to this day when I get a bit confused. Also, the numbers are inverse of themselves. 2x9= 18 9x9=81 Once you get to 45 and 54, you go backwards in reverse from there. I know, confusing, but it can help.

Maybe some songs will help our musical children to remember their times tables. Don't forget to have them draw pictures to develop their concept of multiplication!

Math- it doesn't have to be as complicated as we currently teach it.

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Really? It's multiplication. You don't need songs and tricks.

multiplication tricks This makes me think of Dad's Math. :)

As we started practicing the times tables, I remembered this cool trick I'd learned years ago.  I showed my daughter and she thought it was really helpful, so she agreed to be my hand model.  Many of you might know it already, but if not, it's a good little tip to have in your bag of homework helping tricks!

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