**Book Title:** Laura Candler's Mastering Math Facts - Multiplication & Division: Aligned with the Common Core

**Publisher:** Raphel Marketing

**ISBN:** 1938406192

**Author:** Laura Candler

*** You need to enable Javascript in order to proceed through the registration flow.**
#### Related Books

Laura Candler's Mastering Math Facts - Multiplication & Division: Aligned with the Common Core is a proven method for helping students achieve mastery of multiplication and division math facts. The program includes five components to help all your students become Math Facts Masters: - Alignment with the Common Core State Standards for Math Content and Practice - Lessons and activities to teach foundational multiplication and division concepts - Step-by-step instructions for the motivational system to ensure that every student in your class succeeds - Assessment techniques to keep students on track to achieve proficiency with the math facts - Math games and other strategies to make learning math facts fun Whether you teach third, fourth, or fifth grade, you will find Mastering Math Facts Multiplication & Division the best method to use for teaching the topic and reinforcing struggling students. Everything you need is included in the book reproducibles, patterns, activity sheets, games, and assessment materials. I started the Mastering Math Facts program just a week ago and my kids are already starting to learn the multiplication facts! They are actually excited every day to take the quiz. So easy to get started in the classroom. An awesome product! --Elaine Laws, Third Grade Teacher I have used Mastering Math Facts with both fourth and fifth grade. It doesn't matter how well they know the math facts when we start everyone learns them by December. We do the daily drill using white boards and a weekly fact test on Fridays that's random. A great resource that I use every year. --Tisa Fischer, Fifth Grade Teacher This was, by far, the easiest way to teach multiplication I've ever used. The students had nothing but positive comments, with most of them saying, Now I get it!; This was the first year that my students learned the multiplication facts to 12 by December! --Sharon Manka, Third Grade Teacher