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  2. Really appreciate you sharing this article.Much thanks again. Want more.

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  4. @net:First, what grade level are you writing for?

  5. @Margo:The ideal time for this program to be used would be for students in grades 2-5. However, this program could be used by anyone who wishes to improve their instant recall of the facts. I just finished using the CCM with a homeschooled high school senior,successfully.

  6. bxUDHG Well I definitely liked reading it. This information offered by you is very constructive for proper planning.

  7. @Thanks for your comment. Are you looking for infographics concerning elementary education?photo editor:

  8. Greate article. Keep posting such kind of info on your site. Im really impressed by it.

  9. @hey:Thank you.

  10. I love that this shows how reading and math are similar. We work on math facts a lot in third grade so our students memorize them.

  11. @Tara:I'm so glad to hear that! So many school systems push the strategies for thinking about/solving multiplication that there's little time left to dedicate to memorization.

  12. This is a great graphic - easy to read and see the connections between them

  13. @Janet Whitley:Thank you...what are your feelings about the message?

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