Teach Your Kids Math

Multiplication Times Tables


Author: Sunil Tanna

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781503024465


Page: 46

View: 2696

Knowing multiplication tables is a key math skill. This is because multiplication tables are not only directly useful, but are also a foundation upon which other mathematical techniques are based - including multiplication of larger numbers, division, and fractions. This book is a guide for parents wishing to help their kids master this important skill. It shows parents how to teach their kids in a simple step-by-step fashion, and includes numerous tips and tricks to help children remember, or work out, the answers. Times tables from 0X0 to 12X12 are covered, and as well as the times tables themselves, the book also includes additional facts, such as common prefixes used for words relating to various numbers, how to quickly check if a number is in the 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, or 10 times table, and more.

The Mega-Fun, Multiplication Facts Activity Book

Easy Games, Poems, Mini-Books, Reproducibles and Memorization Strategies for Kids of All Learning Styles


Author: Marcia Miller,Martin Lee

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 9780590373500

Category: Education

Page: 72

View: 9213

Easy games, poems, mini-books, reproducible, and memorization strategies for kids of all learning styles.

Teach Your Child the Multiplication Tables, Fast, Fun and Easy

With Dazzling Patterns, Grids and Tricks!


Author: Eugenia Francis

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781482079470


Page: 186

View: 927

Teach Your Child the Multiplication Tables - 2nd Edition Like most third graders, my son found learning the multiplication tables through rote memorization a challenge. After an afternoon of tiresome drills, I knew there had to be a better way! I drew a grid for tables 1-10. Not surprisingly, Scott knew tables 1, 2, 5 and 10, the tables with easy patterns. Well, then, why not find patterns for the rest of the tables? Tables for EVEN numbers 2, 4, 6 and 8, we discovered, end in some combination of 2-4-6-8-0 and are easy to learn. Tables for ODD numbers, we found, also have distinct patterns. Patterns made Scott smile. He could see the underlying structure and knew he got it right. The traditional method of learning one math fact at a time, such as 8 x 6 = ?, is not only difficult but highly inefficient. Rote memorization is passive and mechanical. Students typically find it boring. Why not learn one pattern for the entire table? Discovering patterns is active, creative and engaging. The essence of mathematics is patterns. Learning to recognize patterns at an early age develops analytical skills. Patterns greatly benefit children with special needs, such as those with ADD/ADHD, autism and dyslexia. They can better recall and visualize the table when they see a pattern. This is true for all children. Patterns aid recall. My workbook utilizes both left and right-brain strategies to teach multiplication. There are marked differences between children who are left-hemisphere dominant and those who are right dominant. Whereas the left-hemisphere dominant child can construct the whole from the parts, the right dominant prefers the big picture, seeing patterns and making connections. Special needs children are often right-brain dominant. Learning the multiplication tables is much easier when both hemispheres are engaged. It is the responsibility of parents and teachers to ensure children learn the multiplication tables. Without them a child will not progress beyond third grade math. Fractions, decimals, percentages and algebra will be beyond a child's reach. In California, the number one reason students do not graduate from high school is failure to pass algebra. A leading cause is: failure to master the times tables! It is a national disgrace that fifteen-year olds in the U.S. rank near the bottom of industrialized nations in math skills. We must reverse this alarming trend. The time to intervene is in the third grade. Teachers, why not a more effective approach to the multiplication tables than the "drill and kill" of rote memorization? Why not bring the "magic" of math into the classroom? If all third graders were to genuinely like math, they would be more likely to succeed in school. Parents too must do their part. Parents have a huge influence over a third grader. By high school it may be too late. Mastery of the multiplication tables is essential to your child's future. The goal of this workbook is not only multiplication mastery for all children but to instill in them a love of numbers and fascination with math. Free instructional TeaCHildMath(tm) videos can be found on YouTube.

Speed Math for Kids

The Fast, Fun Way To Do Basic Calculations


Author: Bill Handley

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0787988634

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 256

View: 4579

Learn how to easily do quick mental math calculations Speed Math for Kids is your guide to becoming a math genius--even if you have struggled with math in the past. Believe it or not, you have the ability to perform lightning quick calculations that will astonish your friends, family, and teachers. You'll be able to master your multiplication tables in minutes, and learn basic number facts while doing it. While the other kids in class are still writing down the problems, you can be calling out the answers. Speed Math for Kids is all about playing with mathematics. This fun-filled book will teach you: * How to multiply and divide large numbers in your head * What you can do to make addition and subtraction easy * Tricks for understanding fractions and decimals * How to quickly check answers every time you make a calculation * And much more If you're looking for a foolproof way to do multiplication, division, factoring estimating, and more, Speed Math for Kids is the book for you. With enough practice you'll go straight to the top of the class!

Memorize in Minutes

The Times Tables


Author: Alan Walker

Publisher: Multiplication.com

ISBN: 9780965176965

Category: Arithmetic

Page: 224

View: 7212

Teach Your Children Tables


Author: Bill Handley

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0730319644

Category: Education

Page: 200

View: 1544

Great math skills are a head start to lasting success Teach Your Children Tables is the ultimate guide to improving your child's mathematical abilities. Written by a renowned education expert, this book provides a proven approach to teaching that will help you enable your child to master multiplication tables in less than half an hour, and solve problems like 96 x 97 faster than they could tap it into a calculator! This updated third edition includes new chapters on factors and playing with square numbers, plus tips for learning tables up to fifteen and beyond. Children will learn that numbers can be fun while they improve their thinking skills, boost their confidence and self esteem, learn problem solving strategies, and set themselves up for lasting educational success. People who excel at maths are not necessarily more intelligent, they just use better strategies than the rest of us. This book gives you the perspective and the strategies you need to improve your child's understanding of maths, and introduce them to techniques that will have them performing like geniuses! Imagine helping your child: Perform lightning-quick calculations Discover easy methods of multiplication Learn the basic principles of mathematics Have fun playing with numbers Excellent maths skills present a serious advantage, throughout school and beyond. Children who are good at maths get better grades, higher test scores, and are accepted into better schools. Maths-minded adults are more in demand professionally, in fields that pay better and provide more room for upward mobility. If you could give your child this kind of gift, why wouldn't you? Now you can—Teach Your Children Tables shows you how, and makes it feel like fun.




Author: Nicholas Aggor

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1491826002

Category: Education

Page: 538

View: 8224

I wrote the book, "How To Make Successful Students In One Year - A Model For The World," as a true testament of real world academic success for parents, teachers, students, school districts and governments of the world. I used my skills as a very successful senior engineer (with critical engineering quality controls) and a very successful parent to design many practical innovations to help parents, teachers, students, school districts and governments to make successful students starting from today. The results from using this book are immediate, effective, significant and they work for all determined students of the world. I recommend this book for all parents, teachers, students, school districts and governments of the world.

Maths for Mums and Dads


Author: Mike Askew,Rob Eastaway

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1409089134

Category: Mathematics

Page: 368

View: 6217

In a new edition, fully revised and updated to reflect key new curriculum topics and methods, Maths for Mums and Dads guides you through the basics of primary school maths and covers the dilemmas and problems you are likely to be confronted with, including: * number bonds, place value and decimals * long multiplication and division * fractions, percentages and decimals * basic geometry, shapes, symmetry and angles * data-handling, combinations and chance Complete with sample questions, mock exam papers and examples of children's errors, Maths for Mums and Dads will challenge and reassure in equal measure.

The Best of Times


Author: Greg Tang,Gregory Tang

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 1338193775

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 8483

NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Greg Tang takes on the times tables, teaching kids innovative ways to multiply numbers and derive answers WITHOUT memorization. Four is very fast to do when you multiply by 2. Here's a little good advice -- please just always double twice! BEST OF TIMES gives kids an intuitive understanding of multiplication, encouraging them to arrive at answers on their own rather than memorizing the times tables. A child who can multiply by two, for instance, can multiply by four and even eight! Likewise, times six builds on times two and times three.With his common-sense approach, Greg Tang encourages kids to solve problems creatively, building both their skills and their confidence.

Harry's Magic Tables (for Tablet Devices)

Learn Your Times Tables in as Little as a Week


Author: Stephanie Moraghan

Publisher: Gill & Macmillan Ltd

ISBN: 071715985X

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

View: 6880

In TWO WEEKS Harry had all his multiplication tables down pat. This magic book takes the pain out of times tables making them easy and fun for all budding mathematicians. To make sure you get best Harry’s Magic Tables experience please note that this ebook is made specifically for Amazon purchase. It’s compatible with Kindle devices but some features might not be supported in older versions of Kindle e-readers. For an optimised experience view this ebook in a Kindle Fire tablet. If you don’t have a Kindle Fire Tablet don’t worry! This ebook can also be viewed on the Kindle app for Android smart phones. You can even view this ebook on iOS devices (and other tablets) using the Kindle for iOS app, free to download from the App Store. If you do have a Kindle e-ink device, you can still view this file but some formatting might not render correctly. Formatting may also be affected by updates to firmware versions released by Amazon. However, you can always use the Kindle Previewer app free to download. Enjoy! Nine year old Harry Moraghan never found maths easy. Then he discovered he REALLY hated it when it came to learning multiplication tables. So Harry's mum invented an ingenious way of remembering his tables by using rhymes and pictures. In TWO WEEKS Harry had all his multiplication tables down pat. Soon after, Harry's teacher gave the class a test. Harry finished it in five minutes and got every question right! News of Harry's Magic Tables spread like wildfire in his school. In no time, the book was shared with some lucky classmates, friends, cousins, and eventually complete strangers too! Now many happy children know their tables inside out - and so can you!

Teach Multiplication, Division, and the Time Table All at the Same Time

An Instructional Guide for Learning Basic Math Skills


Author: Andray McCuien

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1456727702

Category: Education

Page: 88

View: 9097

The purpose of this book is to help students develop basic math skills that serve as the building blocks for all mathematical equations, and problems solving concepts. If basic math skills are learned, adding new formulas and problem solving concepts simply become a matter of understanding when and what sequence to apply for each order of operation. If students do not learn the basic foundation of mathematics; addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and the time table chart, math will always be a subject that students experience difficulty understanding and comprehending. This book is intended to be a simple guide to help third grade students learn and become proficient in their application of basic math skills. Students will learn to use addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and the time table chart simultaneously while they learn the strategy of counting up. "I have nothing against the usage of calculators, but when students are introduced to the calculator at the third grade level, they become dependent on the use of calculators for assistance with math computations. Once students learn to use the calculator it becomes unnecessary for them to master basic math skills, because they continue to rely on the use of calculators for assistance with math. The calculator becomes the math problem solving tool. Could this be part of the reason students are not performing at levels of proficiency required on standardized test?" It is important for students to learn basic math skills in its entirety, prior to being introduced to the calculator. Once students have developed a basic foundation of math skills then and only then should the calculator be introduced as a learning tool. When students learn the strategy of "Counting Up" they will be able to rely on what they have learned to find the solutions to math problems.

The ADHD Book of Lists

A Practical Guide for Helping Children and Teens with Attention Deficit Disorders


Author: Sandra F. Rief

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118937775

Category: Education

Page: 528

View: 2513

Practical ADHD management techniques for parents and teachers The ADHD Book of Lists is a comprehensive guide to ADHD/ADD, providing the answers parents, teachers, and other caregivers seek in a convenient list format. This new second edition has been updated with the latest research findings and resources, including the most up to date tools and strategies for helping these children succeed. Each aspect of ADHD/ADD is fully explained, from diagnosis to intervention, providing readers with the insight they need to make the best choices for the affected child. Coverage includes the latest medications and behavioral management techniques that work inside and outside the classroom, plus guidance toward alleviating individual struggles including inattention, impulsivity, executive function and subject-specific academic issues. Readers learn how to create a collaborative care team by bringing parents, teachers, doctors, therapists, and counselors on board to build a comprehensive management plan, as well as the practical techniques they can use every day to provide these children the support they need to be their very best. Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder cannot be cured, but it can be managed successfully. This book is an insightful guide to supporting children and teens with ADHD, and giving them the mental, emotional, and practical tools that boost their confidence and abilities and enable them to thrive. Investigate comprehensive treatments, including ADHD coaching Learn strategies for strengthening organization, working memory and other executive functions. Understand effective classroom management of students with ADHD Discover ways to help struggling children succeed despite the challenges The ADHD Book of Lists is the complete easy-to-reference guide to practical ADHD management and will be a go-to resource for parents, teachers, clinicians, and others involved in the care and education of students with ADHD.

Speed Maths for Kids

Teach Your Children Tables


Author: Bill Handley

Publisher: Wrightbooks

ISBN: 9780730375449

Category: Mental arithmetic

Page: 432

View: 4931

With the new school year upon us, give your children an edge in the classroom with a bind-up edition of these two best-selling titles! Popular Australian author and inspirational teacher Bill Handley has developed and refined methods of teaching maths that have achieved amazing results, as seen on television?s A Current Affair. His best-selling book Speed Mathematics showed everyone that people who excel at maths use better strategies ? they?re not necessarily more intelligent. Used together, Teach Your Children Tables and Speed Maths For Kids will improve your children?s understanding of maths and introduce them to strategies that will have them performing like geniuses! Schools the world over use Handley?s innovative ?speed maths? approach in the classroom, and with these two classic books at their disposal, your kids will: ? be able to perform lightning-quick calculations in their heads ? master the ?times tables? in less than half an hour ? learn the basic principles of maths ? have fun playing with numbers! Including notes for parents and teachers throughout, suggestions for effective lessons, and modified explanations of addition and multiplication for very young children with no prior understanding of the concepts, this special edition of Speed Maths For Kids/Teach Your Children Tables will fast make maths your kids? favourite subject, and give him or her the confidence to tackle maths class without a calculator!

Memory Tips for Math, Memorization and Learning Styles

The Successful Way to Teach K-5 Math


Author: Donnalyn Yates

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1430303042

Category: Education

Page: 156

View: 3132

Learn how the brain retains information and specific memory techniques to use for different learning styles. The three most common perceptual learning styles are visual, auditory, and kinesthetic/tactile learners. Memorization is enhanced when you identify the learning style of a child and match it with a particular memory technique. Memory tips for math uses rhymes, stories, pictures and associations to connect the information to the meaning, and includes creative ideas for remembering vocabulary and math procedures.

Multiplication and Fractions

Math Games for Tough Topics


Author: Denise Gaskins

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781892083234


Page: N.A

View: 9647

Multiplication & Fractions features 25 kid-tested games for school-age students. Children master several math models that provide a sturdy foundation for understanding multiplication and fractions. The games feature times table facts and more advanced concepts such as division, fractions, decimals, and multistep mental math.

Children's Mathematics

Making Marks, Making Meaning


Author: Maulfry Worthington,Elizabeth Carruthers

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9780761940708

Category: Mathematics

Page: 242

View: 9803

Drawing on their many years' experience of teaching children 3 to 8 years, the authors explain the development and range of young children's mathematical marks and representations.

Pattern in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics


Author: Anthony Orton

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9780826477705

Category: Education

Page: 232

View: 2112

This highly illustrated book draws together the wide variety of studies in the learning of mathematics undertaken by the Pattern in Mathematics Research Group at the University of Leeds. Their purpose has been '... to provide structure and support to ... studies of children's perception, conception and use of pattern in learning mathematics'. Set up in 1992, they have embraced work across the whole curriculum, and through all the years of compulsory schooling. As each chapter of this book relates to a different study that was undertaken, the reader can dip in and select relevant material. At the same time, the editor has ensured continuity and progression, allowing the book to be approached as a whole: the early chapters are concerned with very young children; subsequent chapters deal with the primary and middle age ranges, and later ones relate to secondary school work.