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    • Leanne Keirstead

      BOOM! Why didn't I know this when my kids were learning their times tables. I hope this multiplication trick works for one of your kids!!!

    • Kay Prell

      Come Together Kids: Cool 9 Times Tables Trick // had forgotten this trick learned in elementary school - fun reminder

    • Linda Gibelyou

      9 times tables trick. Use fingers and quickly figure it out. 9 x multiplication table.

    • stephanie watson

      Come Together Kids: Cool 9 Times Tables Trick I remember this trick back when I was in school

    • Lisa Hester

      Cool 9x Tables Trick - always used this when teaching multiplication facts. Kids love it!

    • Cara Riggles

      Simple math tricks you can teach your kids.

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