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DD6 (for unknown reason) really wanted to memorize times tables this year and she did. My son picked up on how to multiply very quickly when I showed him how to do it in kindergarten.
She has full understanding of multiplication and division and great memory, so no problems doing it. I would be really happy if she masters her addition/subtraction facts by the end of this year. I think it was third grade when I was really grilled on math facts. He was bored with math, so I accelerated his pace a bit.
(After two weeks of practice.) I thought she was supposed to get it (forgetting my own experience) so we tried many ways to do extra practice. And in 5th grade was able to do the same work I had been able to do.(I usually err on the side of "laxitude".) I was first introduced to multiplication in grade three.I think we were expected to have them memorized by grade 4 or 5, which I did because I was an obedient, eager-to-please kid.A student should be able to work out the 60 problems correctly in 3 minutes. This Division worksheet is appropriate for Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, and 3rd Grade.When you are ready to create your new and unique Division Worksheet press the Create Button.
I hope these will be useful for you in your classrooms!