by Arthur Bornstein
The student observes the illustration and then recalls images representing numbers,
connecting the number combinations in his or her mind. When the student thinks of the numbers,
the answer is automatically remembered by the visual and sound association.
Three sounds like tree. Eight looks like a snowman. Now, picture the snowman swinging in the tree, saying, "I swing here 24 hours a day! 3 x 8 = 24, 8 x 3 = 24, 24/3 = 8, 24/8 = 3.
ILLUSTRATIONS ON FRONT OF CARDS AND STORIES AND TEST QUESTIONS ON THE BACK SIDE
COMPLETE TEACHING KIT INCLUDES:
54 large, 7x11 size Flash Cards that will help students memorize the tables up to 12x12
Audio CD with complete instructions for Teacher and Student