Math Flash Cards for Multiplication & Division


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Miniwhale's Triangular Flashcards with Multiplication and Division
Math Flash Cards for Multiplication & Division


Benefits of learning using Flash Cards :
  1. Quick and easy to use: Flashcards are designed to be quick and easy to use, making them a great tool for learning on the go or in short bursts of time.
  2. Active learning: Flashcards encourage active learning, which means students are actively engaging with the information and testing their knowledge, leading to better retention and understanding.
  3. Repetition: Flashcards are designed for repetition, allowing students to review and practice the information multiple times until they have mastered it.
  4. Memorization: Flashcards are a great tool for memorization because they are concise and easy to review, making it easier for students to retain the information.
  5. Personalization: Flashcards can be easily personalized to suit the individual learning needs of each student, enabling them to focus on the areas they need to improve.
  6. Portability: Flashcards are small and portable, making them easy to carry around and review anytime and anywhere, making learning a more continuous process.
  7. Interactive: Flashcards can be made interactive and fun, for instance with games, quizzes, or digital enhancements, thus making the learning process more engaging.
  • These flashcards were specially designed to boost 3, 4, 5 & 6-grade students’ fact recall & math literacy.
  • Includes all facts 0-12. – This full set of 42 flash cards, includes all 0-12 math facts, with multiplication tables from 1×1 to 12×12 & division tables from basic 1÷1 to more advanced long division including 144÷12.
  • Non-distracting design, large bold print, & color-coded facts help boys & girls clearly begin to recognize patterns & understand concepts.
  • These flash cards are made of high-quality card stock with a smooth, durable laminated coating.
  • Each card has a rounded corner for easy sorting & handling.

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