Times tables come alive with this revolutionary method of learning the multiplication facts. The facts are presented as part of a complete mini-story of colorful cartoon characters. Children easily visualize the animated scene, a then remember the characters which trigger the answer to the fact. Proven by numerous studies, visualization a association enhance retention of facts in long term memory. To teach six times six, the story tells of twin sixes who travel across the desert to visit cousins. The twin sixes get low on water becoming thirsty sixes, a word play on 36. The picture shows perspiring, hot a drooping sixes crossing the Sahara. A reminder under the illustration reads: When 6 is with 6, they are very thirsty sixes (36). The book covers the multiplication facts through the nines. Numerical tricks a association are used to teach the ones, twos, fives, a nines while the remaining facts have their own picture a story. Studies have shown a 33% increase in retention with the picture-story method versus conventional methods. Children are eager to learn the stories a parents a teachers enjoy the refreshing approach of the picture method. Also available are the TIMES TABLES THE FUN WAY Flash Cards, Student Workbook, a Teacher's Manual.Studies have shown a 33% increase in retention with the picture-story method versus conventional methods. Children are eager to learn the stories aamp; parents aamp; teachers enjoy the refreshing approach of the picture method.
|Title||:||Times Tables the Fun Way Book for Kids-First Edition|
|Author||:||David Rodriquez, Judy Rodriguez|
|Publisher||:||City Creek PressInc - 1992-04-01|