The Meanies: 6-9

Welcome to the "Meanies". We call the 6, 7's, 8's, and 9's the "Meanies" because they are the multiplication facts that give kids the most trouble. As the multipliers get higher, the answers get harder for kids to visualize. Also, students who had previously used their fingers to count out the answers in the "Basics", realize that fingers & toes will not work with the "Meanies". The answers are too large and take too long to count.

Multi-Facts puzzles are a great way for your child to get the necessary repetition he or she needs in order to quickly and accurately commit these more difficult multiplication facts to memory.

Good Luck and Happy Learning!!


Why Choose Multi-Facts?

Why is this so hard for some students? Students and teachers must recognize that learning the multiplication facts is a memorization task. It does not reflect a person's math ability. Learn more.


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Multi-Facts iPad App

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Free Multiplications Tables

This 9x12 multiplication chart is a perfect tool to help students with all Multi-Facts puzzles. Some teachers require that students learn their multiples up to 12 so we created a chart that includes these multipliers. Download Here


How to Solve Multi-Facts

Multi-Facts puzzles have similar rules to the popular Sudoku puzzles. If you are unfamiliar with Sudoku puzzles, all you need to understand Multi-Facts puzzles is one definition and three basic rules. Get more info.

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