Multiplication Mastery With Times Tales: Part 1
This is an one-time class where learners are invited to master the Part 1 of their upper times tables with Times Tales. We use lively videos to 'trigger' a memory cue for quick and easy recall of the most difficult multiplication facts.
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60 minute class
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Discover a NEW WAY of learning the multiplication tables. In this class we are breaking the rules of learning multiplication - no more memorizing, skip counting, singing songs or tricks - with Times Tales we simply sit back and listen to some stories with 6 lively characters. That's it! This award-winning program utilizes a right-brain, visual learning mnemonic method that 'triggers' a memory cue making recall of the upper times tables effortless and fun. Each class has a balance of...
Students will learn the upper times tables of 3x6, 3x7, 3x8, 3x9, 4x6, 4x7, 4x8, and 4x9 by utilizing a story-based, right-brain approach that 'triggers' a memory cue. Students will effortlessly and quickly recall the upper multiplication facts by use of the mnemonic method.
After Part 1 Class, parents will be emailed free printable worksheets for learners to use between classes to help retain the information learned in each class.
Assessment of the upper times tables will be made through the class by the Times Tales Instructor. This will be an informal assessment. Parents/Caregivers are always welcome to contact the instructor with any questions or concerns.
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
We BREAK THE RULES by making the times tables EASY!
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