Memorize the Times Tables

Rooted Facts

Learn Multiplication and Division

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TESTED IN HOMES AND CLASSROOMS

THESE ACTIVITIES WERE TESTED IN BOTH HOMES AND IN SCHOOLS TO VERIFY THEIR EFFECTIVENESS

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THE BEST WAY TO MEMORIZE THE TIMES TABLES

EXPERIENCE THE JOY OF SEEING KIDS LEARN THEIR MULTIPLICATION FACTS FAST.

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STOP A BARRIER FROM AFFECTING LEARNING

BEING FLUENT IN MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION FACTS IMPROVES THE LIKELIHOOD ADVANCED MATHS CONCEPTS WILL BE LEARNED.

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Being unable to learn the times tables is a common symptom of dyscalculia.  Fortunately, there are a few things you can do if this occurs.

A short attention span can easily affect a person’s learning of math facts.  When attention is lost, all learning stops until attention is regained.  

A conditioned fear response is one of the trickiest obstacles to overcome. It doesn’t always develop, but when it does, it will take some patience.

Positive reinforcement is a powerful technique when used while teaching others. Through it, chances of educational success increase and learners can become more internally motivated.

The only way to know if a teaching technique has been successful is through tracking.  Tracking is a simple technique taking only minutes to complete.

Key Benefits

– Kids Learn to Multiply and Divide

– They Memorize the Times Table Fast

– The Method was Developed Through Research

– It was Tested in Both Homes and Classrooms

– Available for Both Parents and Teachers

Guide Book Features

– Step-by-Step Instructions

– Evidence of Success

– Tips to Overcome Barriers

– Extended Lesson Plans

– Printable Arrays and Worksheets

Implementation

Each Activity Needs:

– 64 counters (such as coins or beans)

– Directions (in the guide book)

– Worksheets (printable online or copied from the guide book)

– An Array (printable online or copied from the guide book)

Cost to Implement

– There is no cost to implement this program.

Evidence from 3rd Grade

(After 15 Days)

– Increased Multiplication Fluency

– Increased Division Fluency

– Increased Inverse Proficiency

– Increased Square Fact Family Proficiency

Evidence from 7th Grade

(After 5 Days)

– Lower 25% – Rise of 331.2%

– Higher 25% – Rise of 43.2%

– Class Average – Rise of 102.9%


Activity Teaching Time Multiplication Table Division Table
1 30 Minutes 4×4, 4×8, 8×4, 8×8 16÷4, 32÷4, 32÷8, 64÷8
2 30 minutes 3×3, 3×6, 6×3, 6×6 9÷3, 18÷6, 18÷3, 36÷6
3 30 minutes 3×4, 4×3, 3×8, 8×3, 6×4, 4×6, 6×8, 8×6 12÷3, 12÷6, 24÷3, 24÷8, 24÷6, 24÷4, 48÷8, 48÷6
4 30 minutes 4×7, 7×4, 8×7, 7×8 28÷7, 28÷4, 56÷7, 56÷8
5 30 minutes 3×7, 7×3, 6×7, 7×6, 7×7 21÷3, 21÷7, 42÷7, 42÷6, 49÷7

 

Rooted Facts

The importance of mastering multiplication and division facts has been known for centuries. 50% to 95% of all mathematic concepts taught in 3rd through 12th grade involve multiplication or division. These include fractions, multi-digit division, algebraic expressions, logarithms and much more. When these facts are mastered it becomes easier for a person to learn these advanced math concepts. On the other hand, if a person has not become proficient these concepts become much more difficult.

Rooted Facts was developed to increase the likelihood a person can master this information.  Various components of research were used in developing this technique.  These included studying how the brain learns information, how the brain retains information, human behavior, research in teaching mathematics, and research in improving engagement.  Rooted Facts was then tested and refined through various trials to verify its effectiveness.

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