Multiplication Songs/Chants

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  1. Deeena

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    Does anyone know of any fun multiplication songs, chants, poems, etc. that I can use with my class to help them learn their multiplication facts? Names of CDs, websites, or downloads would be appreciated. Thank you!
     
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  3. Danny'sNanny

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    I just got "Kids Multiplication Motivation" by Ms. Jones & the UE Family.

    It's very "rap" sounding... Very catchy! I think I'm sick of it already, but it sounds so much like what the kids listen to anyway...
     
  4. nano99

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    There's quite a bunch to choose from. You might try a Google search for dyscalculia multiplication songs.
     
  5. vvstvv

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    I'm from China. We have a "traditional multiplication song". Every pupil in 2nd grade of elementary school can recite this song(in fact it isn't a song, but I don't know the correct word in English for it.)

    Our "song" sounds like this:

    a one one, a two two, a three three, a four four...a nine nine.

    two twos four, two threes six, two fours eight, two fives ten...two nines eighteen.

    three threes nine, three fours twelve.. three nines twenty-seven
    ...
    ...
    ...
    nine nines eighty-one

    Oh! It sounds melodious in China's language(Sorry, I dislike the word "Chinese".), but when I translate it into English, it sounds not very well.

    Anyway, I hope it helps.
     
  6. S Dubb

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    Sep 15, 2010

    Schoolhouse Rock: Multiplication Rock songs worked wonders for my kids.
     

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