If the multiplication worksheets and fact cards with visual cues have not helped… If using the graphics organizers and cups have not helped… If you are still struggling with a way to teach your child how to multiply, teach them to use their fingers.
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Sarah @ Homestyle Cooking Around The World says
Very interesting- will be trying this with my daughter.
I would love for you to come back and let me know how it works. I want to know it this was a fluke or a great way to teach multiplication. 🙂
I have an 8 YO who is on the autism spectrum – high functioning – who is a pro at fingercounting this way through multiplication facts. At the beginning of the school year, I told his teacher that I didn’t want him stressed out over timed tests and he began working on skip counting. He had teachers who worked on skip counting and he recited it while doing the Infinity Walk at home…imagine my surprise at how proficient he now is!! I am thrilled! And before kids, I taught 3rd grade and skip counting was how I approached teaching multiplication….I think it works for kids of ALL abilities!!!! Thanks for sharing this method!!
Thanks so much for this comment, Sheryl! I thought it would work for anyone but you just gave me the confirmation! So awesome.
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