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Times Tales DOWNLOADABLE Version ++ PDF Printables

  • Grades: All

  • Subjects: Math, Special Needs

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  • Format: Digital product, Downloadable
$15.50
$21.95

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Times Tales is a creative, innovative mnemonic-based program that makes it fun and easy to memorize the upper multiplication facts. Times Tales uses cute, simple stories to provide students with a ...
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Overall these videos have been amazing for my kids, aged 7, 9, and 13. They enjoy watching them, despite the poor graphics, and they've actually helped with their fast multiplication and division facts. However, we have had trouble with a few of the facts. As Canadians, they have no clue that ... Guest

My kiddo hates practicing math facts and has been really slow to learn multiplication. Within one week his recollection of these facts has improved drastically. This is SO much better than the normal repetitive drilling.  Guest

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Product Description

Times Tales is a creative, innovative mnemonic-based program that makes it fun and easy to memorize the upper multiplication facts. Times Tales uses cute, simple stories to provide students with a "memory peg," allowing them to quickly recall otherwise abstract facts. Learning your upper times tables has never been so much FUN!

Kids can learn their upper times tables in a snap!-Downloadable videos-Printable worksheets (puzzles, flashcards & cube game)-Not compatible with e-readers-Difficult to access on tablets (it's a big file!)-Includes all the same contents as the DVD version (http://www.educents.com/times-tales-new-animated-dvd-16966.html)

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  • Download a 2GB file after purchase-Watch on your computer, not on the TV-Don't wait to access, DOWNLOAD after purchase-No shipping required
  • This item is not recommended to be viewed on tablet like devices.  This item is not compatible on Chromebooks.

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Concepts covered Upper times tables: 3x6, 3x7, 3x8, 3x9, 4x6, 4x7, 4x8, 4x9, 6x6, 6x7, 6x8, 6x9, 7x7, 7x8, 7x9, 8x8, 8x9, 9x9 Who is it for? Times Tales can be used at any age and is a great companion or introduction to teaching multiplication to your students. Teachers can incorporate the video into their lessons, and parents can use Times Tales to complement their children's math education. Why buy? Times Tales makes learning the upper times tables easy and fun for kids. The videos use cute, simple stories that provide students with a "memory peg," allowing them to quickly recall otherwise abstract multiplication facts. As they progress through the video, they'll learn multiplication without even knowing it! It's that easy! What is included? Times Tales upper times tables digital files BONUS: Printable worksheets files

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    Very excited about this, with a few negative details

    Overall these videos have been amazing for my kids, aged 7, 9, and 13. They enjoy watching them, despite the poor graphics, and they've actually helped with their fast multiplication and division facts. However, we have had trouble with a few of the facts. As Canadians, they have no clue that 55 mph is the standard speed limit, and therefore "Mrs Week and Mrs Snowman were driving 1 mile over the speed limit," doesn't really mean anything to them. To them, that's 7x8=1, not 7x8=56. Why not just say that they were going 56 mph?
    Also, some of the memorization stories contain numbers that aren't in the equation, and my very literal high-functioning aspergers son gets tripped up with these. For example, the two sixth grade classes play each other in soccer, and the score is 3 to 6. He understands that as 2x6=36. I have to rephrase it for him as the sixth grade class played another sixth grade class, and the score was 3 to 6. There are three or four stories like that, mostly in unit 2, and they've caused us some problems.
    Overall though, I wish I'd bought this years ago. It's a really weird system that surprisingly works.

    My child loved it!
    Yes, I would recommend this product.
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    May 13, 2018
    Guest
    Easy Fun Learning

    My kiddo hates practicing math facts and has been really slow to learn multiplication. Within one week his recollection of these facts has improved drastically. This is SO much better than the normal repetitive drilling.

    My child found it cool!
    Yes, I would recommend this product.
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    Mar 15, 2018
    Jami R
    Miracle!!!!

    My daughter Kaylee, who struggles with math was able to learn all the multiplication and division tables after watching the 25 minute videos only 3 times each. I am so thankful for this program. Every teacher should use this, it would save everyone a lot of time and headaches. She loves practicing her math facts now! Best money I've ever spent.

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    Alida S
    Times Tales - Magic

    We tried to learn tables the traditional way for 8 months without success. After watching times tales only twice my daughter remembered them all!!

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    Aug 31, 2017
    Erin N
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    My dyslexic son has always had problems remembering his times tables. These stories are able to help him recall much fast!!! Thanks Educants for making it affordable and accessible!

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About the Seller

Times Tales
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Trigger Memory Co. is owned and operated by Jennie von Eggers & Marillee Flanagan, sisters. They have been in business since 2003. They are two homeschool moms that were looking for an opportunity to help kids and have a small business. Jennie von Eggers created the stories for Times Tales in 2003 as a quick way for her two grade school boys to learn their upper times tables. She got tired of the same old boring flashcards. Jennie is always looking for unconventional ways to teach her kids. They have since published Zone Clean 'n' Flip products as well at the Memory Trigger. Most of their children are now in college but both the homeschooling adventure as well as their small business has been a blessing to both owners. 

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