Quite often children who are dyslexic struggle with math as well as reading. If your child has trouble memorizing basic math facts check out this article as well as the accompanying Blog, “Find the Factors”. And consider telling your child that even Albert Einstein had trouble remembering basic math facts.
5, 6, 7, 8……….56 is 7 times 8.
1, 2, 3, 4……….I know twelve is 3 times 4.
3 x 4 = 12 isn’t as difficult to remember as 7 x 8 = 56. Still I find it fun to notice the relationship between counting to eight and these two multiplication facts. I enjoyed the rhymes mentioned in my 10/31/2013 post, and I have found yet another site with rhymes for learning the multiplication facts. Two rhymes similar to these 12 and 56 counting rhymes were even included! The site is : http://www.teacherweb.com/NY/Quogue/MrsLevy/MULTIPLICATION-RHYMES.pdf
Some children have no problem memorizing number facts, but for some children, a rhyme makes learning the facts more fun and much easier. Even though I already know all of the basic multiplication facts, I am…
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