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  •         Having trouble memorizing your Math facts?  Try learning only a couple at a time using repetition.  Read the fact you are going to learn such as 4 times 8 is 32, say it out loud 5 or 6 times so you hear it, see it and say it.  Now have someone ask you the fact by mixing it with some facts you already know.  The more you have to recall, the better you will remember.   If I were quizzing you, I would say, "What is 4 times 8?  What is 3 times 2?  What is 8 times 4?  What is 3 times 3?  What is 4 times 8?   What is 32 divided by 4?  What is 32 divided by 8?  Know the fact family: 8 x 4 is 32, 4 x 8 is 32,  32 divided by 4 is 8, and 32 divided by 8 is 4.



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