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  • Melissa Sutton

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    June 29, 2020 at 10:33 am

    As a fourth grade teacher, I have tried songs, using arrays, multiplication charts, and base-ten blocks to try to help students visualize what is happening when we multiply. This works for some students. What other ways can I use to help students build automaticity? I learned by the drill method with flash cards and I remember the pain of it to this day!