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Teach Your Child Multiplication BasicsMultiplication basics and division basics are some of the toughest to learn throughout the elementary educational experience. The first step to teaching your children multiplication basics is to explain what multiplication really is. Multiplication is basically adding a number together as many times as the number is multiplied by. Therefore if the multiplication question is 8×6, you are merely adding 8 together 6 times. Consequently to learn these instructions children should at least be in the third grade and have complete comprehension for addition facts and understand adding multiple numbers. Grades 3rd6th Although the ones are simple, as anything times one is the other number. These, and other shortcuts, are another way of teaching your child the multiplication table. Along with anything times zero is zero and the nines table short cut. If you don’t know this shortcut place your hands out in front of you, with the back side facing you (palms facing the floor), starting from the left count the number of times multiplied by nine. For example for nine times four, start with your pinky on your left hand and count four fingers, the fourth finger should be bent toward your palm. The finger that is bent over will split the numbers, count the numbers standing on the left side of the bent finger, which is 3, and then count the numbers that are on the right side of the bent finger, that is 6. Therefore when you bend the fourth finger you have the number 36, nine times four is thirtysix. There are a number of various multiplication songs that can be memorized and sung to remember that number times the others. Such as the two’s song: 2…4…6…8 and 10 Use these and other songs to help them remember the various other multiplication tables. You can find a variety of helpful websites that provide a number of songs located beneath the resources section of this article. Main points to address:
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