When working with students who have difficulty just "Memorizing the Multiplication Facts", I use this Math Strategy Flipbook to help see patterns in the multiplication tables. Each page represents a lesson or mini-lesson with a group of students. These lessons look for patterns or strategies to help them remember their facts. Take a look at a finished product.

The completed flipbook |

The END. We kept track of the facts are we learned them FLUENTLY! |

Deborah

Deborah:

ReplyDeleteThis is great!

I think kids would feel such satisfaction after creating the flipbooks and realizing that there are so many facts they DO know! It makes it seem POSSIBLE to master them all if you can work in small steps.

Thanks for sharing this idea!

Kim

Finding JOY in 6th Grade

interesting blog. It would be great if you can provide more details about it. Thanks you.

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Fact Flip book looks fantastic, what a great idea!

ReplyDeleteVery cool! I have an idea/rhyme for 8 times 8 that my daughter learned and it really helped..now its helping my son!!

ReplyDeleteI 8 and I 8

I got sick on the floor

8 times 8 is 64

I like it!

Deleteor eight ate eight and got sick on the floor

ReplyDeleteCan you post how exactly you made that?

ReplyDeleteThank you!

Very creative job! Your students are lucky!

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