Multi-Sensory Strategies for Memorizing Multiplication Facts
In this playful Montessori style math class, students will create hands-on models, sing songs, draw pictures and analyze patterns to gain an in-depth understanding of multiplication and memorize the times tables.
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Over 5 weeks
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No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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This 5 week FLEX course is an in-depth approach to learning multiplication facts for students with no prior experience with multiplication. After a comprehensive introduction to the concept of multiplication, students will learn a variety of strategies to memorize basic multiplication facts for quick recall. The strategies will include rhymes, patterns, mnemonics, finger tricks, mental math techniques, songs and visualizations. Multiple strategies will be taught for each multiplication fact...
Students will develop an understanding of the meaning of multiplication of whole numbers through activities and problems involving equal-sized groups, arrays, and area models. Students will identify arithmetic patterns in the multiplication table, and explain them using the multiplicative identity, commutative and distributive properties. Students will gain fluency in basic multiplication facts.
Students can expect to spend an hour each week working on the lesson and group assignments. This time can be split up into separate sessions over the course of the week. Students should plan to spend 5 minutes each day reviewing the multiplication facts taught in previous weeks. Students who take advantage of the online interaction tools will see the most progress toward the end goal of memorizing the multiplication facts.
1 file available upon enrollment*Any drawing medium of the student’s choice: markers, crayons, colored pencils or paints *Blank paper *100 Small manipulative counters such as rainbow centimeter cubes, counting bears, Skittles candy, etc.
No live meetings, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
52 total reviews
74 completed classes
I teach math. And other stuff. But mostly math. I have a Professional Educator license for the state of Utah and a Level 4 Math Endorsement. That’s a fancy way to explain that I took a LOT of math in college. I’m qualified to teach a variety of...