Tricks to Learning Division Tables
Jan Bergesen AKA Ms. B
I have been teaching children all over the world tricks to learning multiplication tables; and now, by popular demand, Ducky and I are ready to teach tricks to learning division tables.
US Grade 3 - 6
The learner NEEDS to have taken my class Tricks to Learning Multiplication Tables (or Tricks to Learn Multiplication Tables for Older Students) before taking this class. We will take what we learned in that class and apply it to learning division tables. We will revisit some of the rhymes and strategies used in multiplication and switch them around to help us with our division facts. We can do this because of Fact Families where one equation can lead to knowing four equations! In addition...
Remember how much you learned in Tricks to Learning Multiplication Tables? Now we will tap into that knowledge to help you with your division tables. We will revisit some of the rhymes (that's Ducky's favorite part) and switch them around to help with the division facts. We can do this because of Fact Families where if you know one equation, you know four equations!
I taught elementary math for over three decades. During that time I developed several little tricks to help students with their multiplication and division tables. To tell you the truth, when I was a child I had a hard time learning my math facts; so I want to help others not go through that same difficulty. In addition to being a teacher, I also know ventriloquism (which adds to the enjoyment of the class), and I was a professional clown for 15 years (the funny kind, not the scarry kind)!
Each student will benefit from having a piece of paper (or 7 each 3x5 cards) and a pencil.
Meet the teacher
Hello, my name is Jan Bergesen, but the kids at school call me Ms. B. I've been an elementary school teacher for 35 years. Through the years, I have successfully developed a variety of unique ways of teaching things many children find difficult....
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Completed by 35 learners
Live video meetings
1-5 learners per class