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    Times Tables Practice

    Amazing FREE Times Tables Course For Maths Confidence

    There’s a saying ‘Practice makes perfect.’ Actually, with regard to learning the Times Tables, there’s a more appropriate saying...’Practice makes permanent.’
    Does Times Tables practice make permanent? Is this true?
    We all know that if you want to do something very well, you need to practise. However it’s important to know what and how to practise.
    If you practise 7 x 8 = 56 by saying 5 eights are forty, 6 eights are 48 then seven eights are 56 you’ll get the right answer, but you’ll need to go through the same steps each time to reach the answer. This is just too slow.
    If you rote learn the answers by continual repition and laborious practice, you may learn the Times Tables off by heart but it’s likely to take huge effort and may take a long time. It also may not work and as a result cause a huge loss of confidence in the process.
    You need to practise a method which gives you ‘ instant answers’.
    Click on the Times Tables on the menu for the solution.

    Times Tables practice - if it is the wrong sort of practice – will be unlikely to produce the right results.
    If you really want to learn the Times Tables with the most efficient Times Tables practice in the shortest period of time, click on the left or read on.

    The building blocks of Maths are the Times Tables and the Number Bonds.

    EVERY CHILD has to learn them.

    Many children struggle to learn the times tables and the number bonds.

    Research shows us that -

    “One of the areas most commonly found to create difficulties is memory for arithmetical facts”
    Research Paper: What Works for Children with Mathematical Difficulties?,2004 & 2010

    It is really important to memorise  the times tables and the number bonds.

    Memory is a key area for developing confidence in Maths.

    The Learning Tutor has drawn on the best research in this area.

    The experts in this area are the Memory Champions because they have demonstrated outstanding feats of memory.

    If the memory champions tried to memorize in the way that our children try to learn the times tables, there would be no amazing memory records.

    So what do the memory champions do differently?

    They all memorise facts by linking images to locations. This is the basis of all successful memory systems.

    When the memory champion, Dominic O’Brien memorized 360 random numbers in only 5 minutes! He did this by linking visual images to locations/set places.
    The memory champions have always maintained that these techniques can be learnt by anyone. This is true because the techniques are so simple and straightforward to learn.

    The Learning Tutor uses the principle of linking images to locations to learn the Times Tables and the Number Bonds in a simple, easy, and fun way that achieves 100% Instant Recall of Maths facts e.g. 6 x 7 = 42, or 8 + 7 = 15.

    “I think what you guys are doing is awesome.

    So cool! Keep it going!”

    Nelson Dellis, USA Memory Champion 2011-12

    Memorized 303 numbers in 5 minutes, setting a new USA record


    Raising awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s


    The Times Tables are FREE - Please use them. You will be astounded at the results!