That’s not a mis-print. In this post I’ll show you how then offer you a resource so you can do it too.
Understanding how the brain process information will help you know what methods will (and won’t) work for basic fact fluency.
Looking to finally master basic facts this year? Regardless of where you’re learner is, this post will help get you where you want to go.
If your learner’s been through all the tables, can recall the answers without mental calculation, but is taking to long to recall then this post will help.
If your learner’s not having success in mastering basic multiplication and division facts, here’s a few things you can do to get him/her unstuck.
Proven principles that can make teaching/learning basic multiplication and division facts quick, easy, and fun.
It’s easy, and it can even be fun, to assure basic facts mastery, even if the “t” word scares your learner right now.
Basic facts mastery doesn’t work well as a “unit.” 10-15 minutes a day with a basic facts supplement fills that niche.
The quick answer: Nothing fosters success like success.
Many children get by without basic facts fluency, but why not make math easier, more understandable, and more enjoyable for them?
The real question: Why not teach multiplication and division together? Why not make learning simple and more efficient?