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You’ve come to the right place to learn the rules for Multiplication by Heart! Video directions for using the flash cards with the box and spinner are in the video below. For more ideas for games and variations, see below!
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VIDEO INSTRUCTIONS FOR MULTIPLICATION BY HEART
Fantastic modern take on Flash Cards! Colorful well-thought out visual system to learn the multiplication facts 1 - 10. This is genuinely a unique and updated take on math flash cards.
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If you want your child to have a strong understanding of the mechanics behind multiplication, its connection to subitizing, arrays, and prime factors, you have to get this flashcard set.
I've used it with 2 of my classes and they have both achieved massive improvement. I have never seen a class so buzzing after receiving their Maths results back...
It has been an invaluable tool for teaching both Maths and the power of good habits which I can't wait to spread throughout my school.
If you want your child to have a strong understanding of the mechanics behind multiplication, its connection to subitizing, arrays, and prime factors, you have to get this flashcard set. Not only do the various cards make those connections through beautiful rendered images, you also get a wonderful case and a system for facilitating long term memory. If you're a parent, get two and give one to a friend. If you're a teacher, buy a class set.
Multiplication by Heart proved to be a wondrously effective way for youngsters to gain mastery of multiplication facts and come away with a genuine understanding of how multiplication works.
Something that finally works! It takes MAYBE five minutes per day. My 10-year-old is finally making some headway with remembering her multiplication facts.