Japanese Multiplication Trick – or is it?

The Japanese Multiplication Trick as it is called has been circulating social media sites again and with it have been a lot of questions about

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N Stuff Series

These booklets create a fun way for the child to learn counting, matching and relationships as well as addition and subtraction facts. By superimposing the

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Bringing Understanding to Dynamic Subtraction

Many students struggle to understand and remember the standard dynamic subtraction algorithm. Above is a great alternative to the standard algorithm. An alternative that brings understanding to

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