Online practice tool for the multiplication tables

This is of course NOT the best time of year to talk about multiplication tables... but it just so happens that David Chandler has made a new online TOOL or program for practicing the tables -- and he has aligned the ORDER of practicing the tables with the order I use in my books. :)

This tool also practices the tables both forwards and backwards at the same time -- which is exactly the approach I've taken in my  books and in my videos for the multiplication tables.

Practicing them both ways is so great, because it allows the students to master division facts "in disguise" at the same time.

What does it mean? For example, students not only learn the answers to 2 x 6, 3 x 6, 4 x 6, 5 x 6, etc. but also practice the missing factor problems: ___ x 6 = 12, ___ x 6 = 30, ___ x 6 = 72, ___ x 6 = 42, etc.


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