Do you remember having trouble learning your multiplication tables?
It wasn't easy for everyone!
Well, if your child also has difficulty learning the multiplication tables, maybe teach him/her this simple trick?
Because sometimes a little help can simply make sure that the little blockage that we have, gives us all the confidence we needed!
Maybe some of you already know this trick, but others will be very happy to discover it!
NOTE: May be children learn these tricks at school too, but if we can help refresh your memory, you too can help your children during homework.
You see, in the first row and the first column, you can see the numbers from 1 to 10. The remaining columns or rows contain the results of the multiplications. So, if we cross the two numbers, we will get the result of the multiplication. Quite simply.
EXAMPLE: If you take the 7th column and cross it with the 2nd line, you will find that the result of the multiplication is 14.
Before starting to use this table, you will have to explain to the child what a multiplication is. To do this, the child must learn the additions and subtractions. Then, you will be able to learn multiplications, which are simply the successive sum of the same number, example: 3 × 2 means 2 times 3, that is, 3 + 3.
Start with simple multiplications and once she/he has understood, you can move to the table of Pythagoras.
Learning visually is, the result is equal to multiplying 2 × 6 × 6 2 multiplier.
Your child will learn to find patterns and symmetries in the tables, which activates logical thinking. In the next example, you will see how a rectangle is formed by the same number of multiplication places, in this case it is formed by the 5 x 3 table.
NOTE: These tips may be learned by children at school too, but if we can help refresh your memory, you too can help your children during homework.