The following videos show different strategies to memorize the math facts. For some students, some strategies will work; for other students, they will not. I am presenting these strategies in video form I found online. One way of memorizing the multiplication table is the use of skip counting. Put it in a song and in a video, the student will more likely remember the numbers.

Solve Word Problems (using keywords to help solve word problems)

**Counting Backwards (for Subtraction)**

**Doubles**

**Skip Counting by 2 **

**Skip counting by 3**

**Skip Counting by 4**

**Skip Counting by 5**

**Skip Counting by 6 **

**Skip Counting by 7 **

**Skip Counting by 8 **

**Skip Counting by 9**

**Skip Counting by 10 **

**Skip Counting by 11 **

**Skip Counting by 12 **

### Videos from Mr DeMaio

**Three Times Table Song (Cover of Uptown Funk by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars)**

**Four Times Table Song (Blurred Lines Cover) with Classroom Instruments**

**Five Times Table Song (We Can’t Stop by Miley Cyrus) Using iPads Only**

**Six Times Table Song! (Cover of CHEERLEADER by OMI)**

**Seven Times Table Song (Cups by Anna Kendrick Cover) with Classroom Instruments**

**Eight Times Table Song (Cover of All About That Bass by Meghan Trainor)**

### Videos from Mr. Numbers

These videos features the use of drawing a Tic-Tac-Toe grid, a number wheel, a pentagon, or a star to make the multiplication table or chart. This is just another fun way of “memorizing” the multiplication table for students who have difficulties memorizing the multiplication facts. These also show that math is about patterns.

**Multiplication: 2 and 8 **

**Multiplication: 3, 6, 9 **

**Multiplication: 4, 6 **

**Multiplication: 7 **

**Multiplication: 8** (using a Michael Jackson song: Billy Jean)

**Multiplication: 9 **