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From: Loreta Wells

To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2007112011:43:56
Subject: Literature and multiplication

I use two of Greg Tang's books for reading and teaching Multiplication in Elementary grades. Students love it! On is THE BEST OF TIMES and the other is THE GRAPES OF MATH! They will look at groups and numbers in a new way! Not only do I teach multiplication as repeated addition, then skip counting, grouping objects, arrays, and playing games with flash cards and using dominoes to multiply.

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