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Times Tables and Division – A reasoning Approach – VIDEO!

Summary

A reasoning approach using key facts is the best way to teach times tables and related division facts for those with maths difficulties or dyscalculia

Tables and Division – A Reasoning Approach using Key Facts 

Cat Eadle (Endorsed by Steve Chinn)

For all those who prefer a visual/ video learning style – here is a video version of the times tables and division reasoning approach using key facts for those with maths difficulties or dyscalculia. 

https://youtu.be/y4HUvzMaztE

Cat is using a Tables Stick teacher version which can be purchased here –

https://www.tablesstick.co.uk/shop




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