Easy Times Tables Audio Download makes teaching multiplication tables easy! This program teaches the times tables, one through twelve to automaticity!
Let's hear what they have to say from the cover:
"Basic multiplication facts should be automatic if a student is to have success with more advanced math, including solving word problems.
"This audio program teaches the times tables, one through twelve, and addresses the concepts of multiplying by zero and the commutative property of multiplication.
"Repetition and participation are the keys to mastering this material. Students should practice each lesson until they have them all memorized, then take the final two tests in the presence of their instructor."
- Professor Stan is Stan B. Ferris
Media Pro, Artist, Educator
He teaches Junior High Science in Tempe, AZ.
Cover design Brenda Seelbach
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I remember liking those old records that played the basic Math facts to a song. This is better! It is so much easier to go to the tracks, there's no scratching the record with the needle, and children can use it themselves.
Terry Lessig, producer of this Times Tables Audio for teaching multiplication, is a business associate of my sister. She thought of us and our children right away! Wow. She was right on target. Our children really enjoy listening to this CD and it is timed so that they can repeat the equation so the youngest children do not need to pause and play in order to practice their multiplication Math facts. Easy repetition is the strong point here.
The track by track feature allows the children to go directly to the multiplication Math facts that they are studying. Also, the children don't have to use the computer which means that they can use it anywhere that they can use an Audio CD. The man's voice is very professional and encouraging.
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