Here you'll find a variety of excellent resources to help with the memorization and rote learning of the multiplication facts.
Reproducible Math games that teach the basic facts. Make the learning of basic math facts including the multiplication facts more enjoyable by playing the many games suggested here.
Memorable songs and bright, energetic visuals make learning fun for kids with the ROCK N' LEARN series! In MULTIPLICATION ROCK, a space journey, a session in a rockin' classroom, and ride down a scenic canyon road provide so much enjoyment that kids forget that they are learning math!
The modern alternative to flashcards. An interactive, engaging, self teaching method to enable children to learn the facts.
With a hip mix of music and educational fun, LeapFrog's Twist & Shout Multiplication provides a cool and exciting way to learn multiplication tables from 1 to 12. Help your child develop essential reasoning and problem-solving skills with four action-packed games, each designed with teach and quiz modes. Twist the number dials to create different equations--then "hit it" to select an answer.
An excellent resource to help make learning the basic math facts fun and enjoyable. Who knew learning the multiplication facts could be so much fun! With their high-tech, gadget-like look and feel, kids won't hesitate to tuck them into a pocket or clip them on to a backpack!
Catchy tunes, repetitive tables with student involvement make multiplication tables to twelve very easy to learn. Self quizzing tracks lets students quiz themselves. This CD was nominated for the Teacher's Choice Award nominee.
What child at any age can resist a great card game? Use these multiplication war cards to help with the rote-learning of the multiplication facts.
Lots of research indicates that commiting the multiplication facts to memory works when put to song! If you want your kids learning the facts - this is the key resource for you!
Trick them into learning the facts. These fun hands on activities make learning the facts enjoyable. My own kids played with these and demonstrated improvement in no time - of course I rewarded them with some edible treats!