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What is the best computer game to teach multiplication tables?
The book, Memorize in Minutes: The Times Tables, was based on a method Alan developed in his classroom over 10 years ago. Using pictures and stories, he was able to teach ALL of his students the times tables in a few weeks spending just 10 to 15 minutes a day. He shared his method with other teachers, and these teachers provided constructive feedback in return. The final book was a result of hundreds of hours of research and development. His newest book, Multiplication in a Flash, uses "quick tricks" (mnemonic devices) to teach the twos, fives, and nines, and uses pictures, stories, and activities to teach the remaining facts.
I would definitely say that the best computer game to teach multiplication tables would be Math Munchers. It is a simple, inexpensive and addictive game for learning multiplication, division etc. You can increase the speed; thus, build on their processing speed.
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