When multiplying two-digit numbers, take the first number and multiply it be each of the other numbers. Multiply two-digit number and learn about place holders with help from a math author and teacher. (01:38) This uploader feels that the camera shou...ld be a little closer to the board.[more]

When teaching multiplication in mathematics, be sure students have grasped the concept of addition and subtraction first. Explain the concept of multiplication tables to a classroom with help from this veteran math teacher.

From YouTube, produced by Jimmy Chang, Christopher Rokosz

When teaching multiplication in mathematics, be sure students have grasped the concept of addition and subtraction first. Explain the concept of multiplication tables to a classroom with assistance from a math teacher in this video on mathematics.
...Expert: Jimmy Chang
Bio: Jimmy Chang has been a math teacher at St. Pete College for nearly a decade. He has a master's degree in math, and his specialties include calculus, algebra, liberal arts, math and trigonometry.
Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz[more]

FUN pattern ways to create the whole TIMES TABLE. On a tic-tac-toe
square you put the numbers 1-9. In three seconds you can create the
Threes multiplication table. It is fun and easy patterns that create
3-6-9-12-15-18-21-24-27- and 30. There ar...e ways to continue the
pattern to reveal multiplication of the Threes to 100 x 3 and beyond.
There are also playful patterns for creating the Ones, Twos, Threes,
Fours, Sixes (five different ways) Sevens, Eights, Nines, and even the
whole times table on a blank table. Kids, Teachers, Parents, and schools will benefit from this fun way to approach the times table that creates a positive attitude about math.[more]

This video uses a number line bent into a circle for the ones-digits. Skip Counting around the circle by Threes reveal a fancy ten pointed star. Right Brain Math Patterns reveal that when you skip count around the circle by Sevens, you reveal the sam...e star. All the numbers that add up to ten: the Ones and Nines, the Twos and Eights, the Threes and Sevens, and the Fours and Sixes create the same image on the number wheel. The video shows the factor set of the Threes and Sevens but concentrates on the Ones-digits. Right Brain Math uses the patterns that are built in, inherent, in numbers to create overviews as well as factor sets and individual multiplication facts. It is a fun, easy way to learn multiplication.[more]

Great visual patterns and overviews of how numbers work from a right brain perspective. Tom Biesanz (Mister Numbers) shows how the patterns look and how they relate to families of factor numbers. Run time 05:42.

Math times table created from fun patterns as a way to learn
multiplication tables for Eights and Twos. This video also teaches place value. This video has the student create worksheets where they can learn the times tables. This is useful for teac...hing math in a classroom, at home, as part of homeschool or as fun homework. Right Brain Math can teach Elementary Students. Curriculum Review magazine calls it a revolutionary approach to introducing math. It is also very effective for remedial math for students who have fallen behind in math. Learning the multiplication tables are crucial for a student taking algebra. The Right Brain approach has helped many kids who have a negative attitude about math or numbers.[more]

In this video learn how to drill multiplication tables
effectively - not with random drill, but with a three-step approach that
keeps the drilling in a context, in a structure. The three steps are:
1) Skip counting pattern using a number line; 2...) the actual
multiplication tables practice; and 3) practicing backwards.[more]

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