# How can I learn C well 1

## Practice multiplication tables

### Learn 1x1

Here you can find additional information on practicing multiplication tables in elementary school. In most schools, the 1x1 is taught in grades 3 and 4 and you then have to make sure that you can do it well later in grades 5, 6 and 7. In some schools you even learn all multiplication tables in 3rd grade. Depending on where you live and which school you go to, in 3rd grade you will learn the 1st row, the 2nd row, the 3rd row, the 4th row, the 5th row and the 10th row. In the 4th grade you learn the 6 times table, 7 times table, 8 times table, 9 times table and of course you practice all multiplication tables at once.

Not all children learn all multiplication tables at the same speed and therefore you should still practice the multiplication tables regularly after the 4th grade. There are also a few practical tricks on how you can learn and remember the multiplication tables more easily. Many children can solve multiplication problems better if the small number is at the front of the arithmetic problem. For example, 4 x 9 is easier to calculate than 9 x 4. You can solve the problem more easily by reversing the numbers in the multiplication table. It also helps if you solve more difficult multiplication tables based on multiplication tables that you are already good at. For example, many students find the task 6 x 7 difficult. If you first calculate 5 x 7 and then add the result of 1 x 7, the task is much easier to solve. Of course, this also works the other way around, for example deduct 1 x 7. To calculate 4 x 7, you can first take 5 x 7 and subtract the result of 1 x 7 from this.

Why is it so important to learn the multiplication table? You will come across the 1mal1 again and again in higher grades, even in secondary school you can't avoid it. You will then no longer solve direct multiplication problems, but rather longer arithmetic problems that you have to take times. And not only in school, but also in everyday life, it is useful to master the multiplication tables well, for example to quickly work out what you have to pay at the market or at the greengrocer. If you have any questions, suggestions or ideas for our website www.Einmaleinslernen.ch, fill out the contact form. We look forward to your message.

### The 5 step plan

Go through the 5 step plan for each painting sequence to memorize the multiplication tables. This innovative learning method was developed to make it easier for students to learn and memorize the multiplication tables. The 5 step plan has been tested by several schools and is recommended by teachers.
The 5 steps are:

• Step 1b: painting tasks in a row. Fill in all the results and check your answers.