How Do I Learn My Times Tables Fast Because I Am Nearly In Middle School?

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I had the same problem I knew none of them until I put my foot down and told my self I will learn them so I got pen and paper and wrote down the tables everyday until I could write them not looking

TIPS: Learn a few at a time like the 7 times tables but only up to 7x5 then when you know them go do the rest up to 10 and move on to next tables (takes practise thats all its not magic any one can do this) good luck!
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You can try mnemonic based programs like Times Tales. They teach the upper times tables using stories that give your memory a "peg" so you don't forget the problem. Med students have been using mnemonics for years to remember difficult medical terms so it's great that kids are now utilizing this fantastic tool to help them remember their multiplication tables. I know a friend who's daughter is being taught this way in her 3rd grade class. On their website they show kindergartener reciting her times tables which is pretty amazing considering she doesn't even know yet what multiplication is.
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abigail prosser answered
Write them down and keep saying them and I'm sure you will know them of the top of your head (there is a nintendo game called brain training and it has times table questions on  it )

  hope that helps
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After you finish your homework revise for like 10 min a day and write the timetables
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I have the same problem I just put it on a loop on headphone go to sleep while I listen to the track then you'll know your times tables in the morning because the track is on a loop and it will keep say the times tables so your brain will get yous to it... The navy uses it backward to extract information on people but the loop is TELL THE TRUTH TELL THE TRUTH AND SO ON SO YEH...
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By reading your times table every day
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kylie sanford answered
I had the same problem and what helped me was flashcards.It might be because I am very visual but it worked for me. If it doesn't work for you try kinesthetic or auditory learning techniques.
thanked the writer.
Oddman
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Kinesthetic: Play with blocks or beans or Legos or popcorn or M&Ms or coins. Put the pieces in rows and columns and count the number you have. Times tables relate the total number to the number of rows and the number in each row.
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Make up a funny yet cute song to remember them that's what I did, and I'm great at it!!
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Just keep reading them out to your self for 5 to 10 mins a day and they will eventually get stuck in your head
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You can lurn your times tables by saying them around the house getting a family or guider to test you this will lead to you getting up to midle maybe even top because once you have lurnt your times tables math is easy then ever
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Go to google.com then click images. Type in the images bar times tables. Then bring up word and copy and paste the pic and learn them for 10mins a day now I'm great at them

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