When multiplication is mentioned, times tables are also recognized because they come in the initial part of teaching kids how to multiply and give them the chance to memorize specific times tables for specific numbers so that they would know the answers for them immediately without having to go through any calculations. Multiplication times tables educate the kids to multiply usually from one to ten to make it simpler, but once the numbers start to get bigger, there are other methods used to make it simpler and easier for the kids to multiply and get the final answer. One of the examples we are referring to is the grid method that teachers at school and parents at home usually consider from the initial methods to teach the kids. Learning math starts with knowing the numbers and counting them in the right order and it then moves forward to include the other mathematical operations that give the kids the chance to deal with numbers in their daily life situations. These mathematical operations include addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

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