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  1. **Add our E-Book, Multiplication Mastery in 3 Easy Steps ($) to your DVD purchase for extra reinforcements. This E-Book has over 30 printables covering the times tables, and is a great companion with your Times Tales® DVD! This fun, right-brain math program appeals to the visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learner. It has been proven successful for students with learning disabilities.
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  3. There are various versions of timed multiplication drills, including one minute and two minute timed worksheets. You will find incremental or progressive approaches, where facts are gradually introduced and repeated. Or, look for the conventional series of worksheets which focus strictly on one set of multiplication facts at a time (for example.
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  5. The following is a list of films filmed using the VistaVision process. Titles in bold are black-and-white films. Films shot entirely in VistaVision Paramount. White Christmas () 3 Ring Circus () Artists and Models () The Desperate Hours () (first b&w film shot in VistaVision) The Far.
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  7. Jun 10,  · Does Teaching Multiplication Tables Cause You Anxiety? Does teaching multiplication tables cause you anxiety?. If so, then you’re in good company, my friend. In fact, more parents than you might think are faced with a heart-wrenching, breath-catching anxiety every time their child needs to learn a new and difficult math concept. Including, but certainly not limited to, multiplication facts.
  8. Apr 17,  · Write various multiplication questions on an inflated beach ball. In an open area, have the students stand in a big circle. After each student catches the ball, they read the question that is closest to their right pinky finger. The entire class says the answer together and the .

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