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Many parents and Teachers consider
it as a challenge in
Teaching Multiplication Facts.
to the children.

It is due to the fact that
different students learn in
different ways. Some will be
comfortable with
Learning Through Video Games;

Some will be happy to learn through
Games and Fun Math Activities

Some learn using rote memorization
methods helped by
easy to follow tips;

For some it is more easy with
Made Easy Methods Using Vedic Math.

Depending on the liking of the children,
we have to adopt different methods in
Teaching Multiplication Facts to them.

Here are the various resources either
from this website or from other sites,
all to help you in facing this challenge

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Learn/Teach Multiplication through Fun Games

Multiplication Tables through Video Game

Multiplication as repeated addition

The need of TimesTable

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Times Table Made Easy using Vedic Math

Easy To Follow Tips

Multiplying by single digit number

Additional problems on multiplying by single digit number

Multiplying by Two digit numbers

Multiplying Two Digit Numbers easily using Vedic math

Multiplying by Three or more digit numbers

Multiplying Three Digit Numbers easily using Vedic math

Multiplying Four Digit Numbers easily using Vedic math

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Multiplication Word Problems

Multiplying Fractions

Multiplying Decimals.

Progressive Learning of Math : Teaching Multiplication Facts

Recently, I have found a series of math curricula
(Both Hard Copy and Digital Copy) developed by a Lady Teacher
who taught everyone from Pre-K students to doctoral students
and who is a Ph.D. in Mathematics Education.

This series is very different and advantageous
over many of the traditional books available.
These give students tools that other books do not.
Other books just give practice.
These teach students “tricks” and new ways to think.

These build a student’s new knowledge of concepts
from their existing knowledge.
These provide many pages of practice that gradually
increases in difficulty and provide constant review.

These also provide teachers and parents with lessons
on how to work with the child on the concepts.

The series is low to reasonably priced and include

Elementary Math curriculum


Algebra Curriculum.