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  • Lauren Latshaw

    Amazing Multiplication Trick for times tables 6x6 to 10x10. I want to try this soo bad!

  • Terri Turner

    THIS IS SO AWESOME... Multiplication Finger Tricks. Who knew?! Helpful since this teacher never learned her times tables!

  • Kathy Summey

    Wow... I don't how this guy figured this out, but he is a genius. Trick to multiplication tables 6X6 up to 10x10. Very interesting! It works! Pay no attention to the ad at the bottom of the video!

  • Sarah Dotson

    I don't how this guy figured this out, but he is a genius. Trick to multiplication tables 6X6 and above. - I knew the 9 times table tricks, but this one is AMAZING!!

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multiplication. I don't have a sewing machine & won't be whipping this hanging pocket craft up any time soon, but this blog post is good, and leads to her other blog, where signing up for a newsletter gains you a free eBook on how to teach the teams tables in 5 minutes/day. Some of the ideas are so very do-able immediately for us! YAY!

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.

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