7 Helpful Posts for Teaching Multiplication

Teaching multiplication can take many forms.  Teachers are always finding new and engaging ways of teaching multiplication.  Whether it be using manipulatives, arrays, songs, tips or strategies, there is no one way of teaching multiplication.…

Multiplication Fluency is Achievable! Here’s How

If you haven’t read Part 1 and Part 2 of this series on multiplication fluency, here’s a recap.  The multiplication fluency strategies fall into two types:  foundational strategies and derivative strategies. The foundational strategies include…

Are You Teaching Multiplication Fluency Strategies?

In the first part of this series, I wrote that we need to teach mental math strategies for multiplication.  This is similar to what we do for addition and subtraction.   But first, students need to…

Frustrated that Students Don’t Know The Multiplication Facts?

Have you’ve encountered the student who doesn’t study the multiplication facts? Or the student who learns one multiplication table and then seemingly forgets most of the facts? Or the student who studies but has a…

3 Ways on How to Teach the Concept of Multiplication

The gateway to learning algebra and higher forms of mathematics is multiplication.  It is critically important that elementary school children learn the concept of multiplication as well as, just learning the multiplication facts. I am…

5 Helpful Multiplication Videos for Your Students

Most teachers report that students struggle with multiplication fluency.  In fact, the problem is pervasive enough that even my son’s eighth-grade math teacher said the same thing at his Back To School Night presentation to the…

Learning Multiplication is More than Memorization!

I have a vivid memory of learning multiplication in third grade.  My teacher, Mrs. Bowman, drew three circles on the chalkboard.  Then she put five milk bottles in each one.  She said this is 3…

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