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Multiplication Facts That Stick

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Ten weeks to multiplication facts mastery, in just fifteen minutes a day! Clever strategies and fun games make this book engaging for the student, and clear, easy-to-use lesson plans make it quick and easy for the teacher. Facts mastery helps stop math frustration in its tracks.

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Ten weeks to multiplication facts mastery, in just fifteen minutes a day! Clever strategies and fun games make this book engaging for the student, and clear, easy-to-use lesson plans make it quick and easy for the teacher. Facts mastery helps stop math frustration in its tracks.

Product Description

Multiplication Facts That Stick is a fun, engaging, skill-building program that can be used to supplement any math curriculum.

Multiplication Facts That Stick will guide you, step-by- step, as you help your child understand and memorize the multiplication facts, from 1 × 1 through 10 × 10, in just 15 minutes a day. Hands-on activities, fun games your child will love, and straightforward practice pages help students remember the multiplication facts for good.

Mastery of math facts is the foundation for all future math learning. Lay that foundation now, and make it solid, with Multiplication Facts that Stick. Also check out the rest of the Facts Mastery series!

Contents

    • Ten weeks of clear, easy to use, lesson plans with diagrams and illustrations
    • 39 Game Board Pages (single-sided)
    • 100 Practice Pages (single-sided)
    • Answer Key

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  • Choose either: a downloadable PDF or a bound Paperback.
  • Your purchased, downloadable files are always accessible for redownload, whenever you need them, in your Well-Trained Mind account.

About the Author

Kate Snow is a math educator on a mission to help parents raise kids who are capable and confident at math. A homeschooling mother of two, she holds a B.A. in Mathematics from Harvard, and an M.S. in Elementary Education from Walden University. She writes at kateshomeschoolmath.com.

Parents are saying

“The games really helped my boys practice the facts without feeling the pressure of being timed or being overwhelmed by a lot of writing.”
“Simple to use! Using your book was the best investment of time in my 11 years of homeschooling.”

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978-1-945841-17-0

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8 and Up

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425

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  1. Question

    If I already own the book, and use the consumable pages, is there an option to just buy the consumable pages in a few years to use for my son? Or should I just copy them all now? The multiplication has a lot more consumable pages. 🙂 thank you!

    • There’s not currently an option to buy just the consumable pages, so you can either copy the ones you have now, or buy the PDF version of the book and save it on your computer for when you have to print out pages for your son in a few years.

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  2. Question

    If I purchase the physical, hard copy, can I receive a free PDF of the same book?

    • Unfortunately not. But we hope to offer low-cost PDFs of the Student Pages by the end of this year.

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  3. Question

    My child is 9yo. I want to help him with his multiplication/division facts. Is it ok to purchase/use the multiplication/division books with out firstly used your addition/subtraction books? Thanks!

    • That’s definitely OK! There’s no need to have done the addition or subtraction books first.

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  4. Question

    My child is 9 and math is difficult for her. She tries really hard but it doesn’t stick. Multiplication has stuck better than addition and subtraction.
    My question is: Do I continue in her 4th grade math curriculum while supplementing it with the “Addition Facts that Stick” or do I stop her 4th grade curriculum until she has mastered add, sub, mult, and division?

    • Math Facts That Stick is intended to supplement your core math program and be used at the same time. It takes about 15 minutes a day. Having said that, you know your student best, and certainly some adjustments could be made. If she has a particularly long lesson, she might not be up to practicing her facts that day. If she works hard on both for three or four days, she might be very motivated by getting a day to only practice facts and not have a lesson.

      Going through all of the facts mastery books takes 34 weeks, probably too long to not move forward with curriculum.

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  5. Question

    I am super excited to try this with a student of mine. However, I purchased the PDF and downloaded it. I can’t find it on my computer. Thoughts?

    • We’ve got you, Linda! When you ordered, the system would have prompted you to create an account with your email address. Simply log in, and your PDF will be available under Downloads. Or, if you’d prefer to try and find the one you already downloaded, you can go to File Explorer on a PC or Finder on a Mac and type “multiplication” in the search bar, and it should pop up. If you have any problems, send an email to support@welltrainedmind.com for further assistance.

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  6. 5 out of 5 Great system for learning math facts!

    I used the Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication books with my youngest child. The games helped him to automatize his math facts. I repurchased the printed book recently to use with another student. I was smacking myself figuratively on the head for not buying the PDF instead just now, because I really need the PDFs of the game boards. Lo and behold, I just visited this page and you have the PDFs of the game boards available. I am SO grateful! This child was in my “bubble,” but we now have to return to virtual teaching once again. Thank YOU! This child is also doing well with learning his multiplication facts using Kate’s program.

  7. 4 out of 5 Slow and steady wins the race

    I’ve used Addition facts that stick and Subtraction facts that stick with my 3 LD kids (ages 9, 9, and 12) and now we have just finished week 7 of Multiplication facts that stick. I like the combination of teaching strategies to figure out facts along with memorizing the “tables”. We usually review several tables each morning (currently the 3s, 4s and 6s in addition to the recommended 9s) as my kids need a lot of repetition. Some of the games we like more than others, and by this point (after 7 weeks of playing the same games every week) we’re getting tired of some of them. I’ve just introduced a new game to add some variety. Some games are playable with 3 people, others work better with 2. I’ve put most of the game boards in plastic page protectors and we use different coloured dry-erase markers instead of game pieces. After the kids finish their worksheet I have them compare their answers with each other, and correct any that are wrong, so they’re learning to check their own work and I don’t have to mark them 🙂

  8. Question

    I have a 10-year-old who will be going into fifth grade next year. I am currently using the Math U See program for addition and subtraction facts mastery. My daughter also needs to work on memorizing her multiplication facts. Can she go through your book to master the multiplication facts at the same time she is working on her addition and subtraction facts with the other curriculum?

    • The author recommends going in order of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division. She does have a quick assessment for each book that tells you whether they are ready to move on to the next one, so you could certainly have her do those and see. You can find them at: Kate’s Articles and Reviews. Just scroll down a bit.

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  9. 1 out of 5 Product support

    I ordered the set end it advertised fresh product support. I ordered the download, but when I went to print some of the download all I got on each page was code and no text. I contacted the company. But I have not heard from them. I asked him where I contact for free product support. But I haven’t gotten any way to contact them. Frustrating.

    • I’m sorry you’re having that frustration with printing, Jan! On my end, I can see that you submitted a ticket Friday afternoon, and I can also see a reply from us on Friday afternoon. There may have been an internet glitch that kept the reply from showing up on your end, or maybe it went to a weird folder? The agent reset the downloads on your account, which usually clears up unusual problems like this one. If it doesn’t, please send an email to support@welltrainedmind.com with “printing problem” in the subject line. We will keep an eye out for it.

      In addition to that email, the Contact Us link at the bottom of every page provides all of our contact information and has a “Submit a Request” link as well. I agree that the link could be more prominent, and we are addressing that in our web redesign.

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  10. Question

    Would this be suitable for an advanced 6.5 year old?

    • There would be no pressure or hurry to do it that early, but yes, if they had already mastered Addition and Subtraction, they could start on Multiplication.

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