My daughter is really struggling with her multiplication. Math was always such and easy topic for me that I am not sure how to help her.Answer Question
Answer by BradenIsMySon at 2:40 PM on Aug. 6, 2010
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Answer by LoriKeet at 2:50 PM on Aug. 6, 2010
We made multiplication charts and left the answers blank. We'd have our daughter fill those in. the chart lets you visually see the patterns and also helps you realize that if you know 2 X 9 you also know 9 X 2, etc. We'd work on a certain group, like all the 3's, for a week. We made multiplication problems for her with only the group we were working on, and also some with the group we were working on mixed up with the ones she'd previously done. My husband was good about just randomly asking her something, like in the middle of dinner he'd ask, "what's 3 X 4?" If she kept missing a certain fact, we'd keep asking it at random times until she started getting it right on a regular basis.
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