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Learning Wrap ups

About Learning Wrap ups
Learning Wrap ups began in the mid 1980's when fourth grade teacher, Marion Stuart was looking for a better method to her students to quickly learn and master their multiplication tables. She had used the traditional methods of flashcards and drill sheets to some success, but there were still a number of students who didn't seem to respond to these activities.After many trials she came up with the idea of matching problems to the answers on a hand held card with a string. Once the card was wrapped, she spray-painted the back of the card, which created an answer pattern. After initial

Product Reviews

4 Reviews
4 Reviews

    Oct 19, 2016

    My kids love these things. I was a bit skeptical at first, but they love playing with the string and it really helps them learn math. That is good enough for me!

    Lauren B - Homeschooler - Member Since October 2016
    These are so much fun!
    Jul 09, 2016

    I use these for my kids and I play with them too! They are addicting!

    Kaitlyn T - Member Since June 2016
    Wrapups are the best!
    May 07, 2016

    We love Wrapups! My son has his multiplication facts memorized thanks to the help of Wrap-ups! Highly recommend! Every 3rd grader needs this kit--it's just the best!

    Erin W - Homeschooler, Parent - Member Since May 2016
    Best Tool to Memorize Mulitplication!
    May 07, 2016

    Wow! Using Wrap-ups my daughter was able to memorize all of her facts in just a few weeks. We love the workbook and it helps to visualize the commutative properties. Frustration down. Positive confidence up!

    Ron S - Seller on Educents - Member Since April 2016

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