Multiplication Made Easy

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Ask any teacher above the 4th grade what the one thing is students must know to be successful in math and the answer will be most likely be the same: math fact fluency.

By the fourth and fifth grades students are generally proficient in addition and subtraction. If there is a hang-up, it is with multiplication facts...and with some students...it stops there. If a student shuts down because he or she is not given the right skills to become fluent with multiplication - the entire ...

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Overview

Ask any teacher above the 4th grade what the one thing is students must know to be successful in math and the answer will be most likely be the same: math fact fluency.

By the fourth and fifth grades students are generally proficient in addition and subtraction. If there is a hang-up, it is with multiplication facts...and with some students...it stops there. If a student shuts down because he or she is not given the right skills to become fluent with multiplication - the entire math engine can shut down. This does not have to happen. Multiplication Made Easy helps parents and teachers alike move students towards multiplication fact fluency.

The purpose of the lessons in Multiplication Made Easy is twofold: to help students learn multiplication facts accurately and to help students learn facts with automaticity. At the first level, students can produce math facts when they have time to think and concentrate. The second level allows them to simply produce facts - automatically -- with both speed and accuracy.

Some people say they simply can't learn math facts - they have tried and they can't; however, if one can learn to sing the Happy Birthday song, or Row, Row, Row Your Boat or any other song and can recall it instantaneously when needed - then that same person can indeed learn their math facts.

Fluency practice helps with fact development and having the ability to automatically regurgitate math facts paves the way for future math success. This can be achieved by using the lessons in Multiplication Made Easy to chunk away at math fact mastery. Once you and your child feel he or she is proficient with chunking pages move to on to the Multiplication in a Minute lessons and math fact fluency will be attained!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781477626290
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 6/4/2012
  • Pages: 84
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.17 (d)

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