### Multiplication Fact Bootcamp: Building Understanding, Strategies & Automaticity

Julianne Lee, BEd (primary/junior teacher)
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(2)
In this twice a week, 6 week class, students will build the necessary skills and strategies to master single digit multiplication facts. We will use a variety of simple games that your learner can continue to use outside of class!

#### Class experience

12 lessons//6 Weeks
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`Students will become fluent in single digit multiplication facts.`
`This is an area that I had difficulty with as a child, and I really wish someone had used this approach with me. I have had much success with students who thought they would never master their multiplication facts. This approach is especially helpful for students who have a learning disability in math, or a language learning disability such as dyslexia which effects this area of math.`
`This class is suitable to all learners, but will specifically support learners who have a learning disability in math (dyscalculia), and have been unsuccessful in mastering multiplication fact fluency.`
```- deck of playing cards
- dry erase board/marker or paper/pencil
- loose parts like buttons, beads etc. for counting```
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(2)
Profile
```Hi,
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#### \$30

weekly or \$180 for 12 classes
2x per week, 6 weeks
30 min

Live video meetings
Ages: 8-11
2-4 learners per class