This song reviews the seven times table and shows some strategies to help students determine multiples based on the combination of products they already know. (03:26)

This video shows how to multiplying by 7 in a fun way using patterns. This teaches a positive attitude toward math and pattern recognition, as well as teaching the times table. (05:05)

After students learn the 2-times through 6-times tables, they can use the commutative property to recite the easy 7-times facts through 7 x 5. This is a great resource to introduce and/or review multiplication in the elementary classroom. (02:04)

This video uses white flash cards on a black screen to help students learn their times tables. Facts 1-10 are illustrated. No narration, only a short amount of music at the beginning and end of the video. (02:34)

Set to music, students will have the sevens times table memorized in no time. Equations appear, one at a time, on a slide with black background. Singers chant the equations. Motivational quotes appear at random intervals. Repeats facts several times.... (05:15)[more]

An animated Isabel Waters, along with Dad Julian, stars in this run-through of the multiplication facts from (7 x 0) to (7 x 12). Julian says a math fact, the fact appears on the video, and Isabel's answers. (01:06)

From YouTube, produced by Robert Nichol AudioProductions London ELT TEFL

Simple and straightforward slide show presentation of the multiplication facts for the sevens. Equations are read aloud. Each numeral is highlighted as it is read. (00:59)

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