Learning multiplication doesn't have to be dull, especially when you rock! Upbeat music, energetic performers, and plenty of action make these multiplication rock songs favorites with kids of all ages. As they rock out to these multiplication tunes, learners develop quick, accurate recall for multiplication facts through 12. They also practice skip counting. Available in DVD video or audio CD with book. The DVD includes a bonus section that explains "What is Multiplication?"
Grades 3 & up. Approx. 50 minutes.
(CD approx. 45 minutes.)
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In our Multiplication Rock DVD video, tour a fun-filled, rhythmic "fact-ory." Blast off on an interplanetary space journey that rocks. Hang out in a jammin' classroom. Each set of facts through 12 features its own musical adventure that entertains as students tune in and learn.
Our Multiplication Rock CD audio program comes with a 32-page book with activity pages, including our very popular multiplication math mazes. Teachers and parents have permission to reproduce these activities for instructional use.
These audio CD and video DVD programs are perfect for learning multiplication facts in the classroom or at home. First-time learners love such an engaging way to learn multiplication. Older students at-risk or in need of remedial assistance will love the non-juvenile sound. We are the only producer of multiplication rock songs who offer such a high-interest sound that appeals to students of so many different age groups, from young first-time learners through those in their teens (wanting to improve speed and accuracy).
For those who prefer Multiplication Rap, we have that too. We even offer a Multiplication Country version. It's wonderful to have a choice, and Rock 'N Learn – the premier brand of cool-sounding educational music – has you covered for the musical style you prefer.
Both the audio/book and DVD formats include a bonus section to practice skip counting. The DVD version also includes a bonus section "What is Multiplication?" to explain what multiplication is all about. For example, students learn how multiplication is repeated addition, the Nines Trick, the commutative property of multiplication, and more.
Multiplication Rock includes:
Bonus: Skip Counting Songs 2s through 12s and Count by 25
Bonus (only on DVD): What is Multiplication?
"As a parent, sometimes it's hard to remember just how daunting a task it was for many of us to commit to memory the multiplication table. Sure you'd breeze through the 2's and 5's but those darn 7's and 9's always tripped you up. As your children tackle the same tables, here's a video system that makes the memorization easier. Using upbeat music and vocals that are actually appealing and easy to listen to, this may be the video that helps your child past the tough challenge. The video features loads of positive encouraging lyrics that stay with your child all the way to school." – National Parenting Center Seal of Approval
"I just wanted to say thank you for having Multiplication Rock available to our son to learn his multiplication tables in his math class. We showed the video to his teacher and she really loves it. Our son was having a hard time learning his math and with him seeing the video each night with his homework, he is learning in ways that he was not able to learn his math." – Joan Thomsen: A very happy parent
"Thanks to your Rock 'N Learn Multiplication Rock, my son knew and understood (not just memorized) his multiplication tables through 12 when he was only 4 years old. Please put more programs on DVD. If you can put high school on DVD, he'll graduate when he's 8!" – Richard Stillman
"My son is so happy when he sees your Multiplication Rock video that he just wants to watch it everyday." – Joan Desoto
"My son hugged me after listening to the Multiplication Rock CD for an hour." – Christina Miani
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Interpret products of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 5 × 7 as the total number of objects in 5 groups of 7 objects each. For example, describe a context in which a total number of objects can be expressed as 5 × 7. --– (Video version only)
Fluently multiply and divide within 100, using strategies such as the relationship between multiplication and division (e.g., knowing that 8 × 5 = 40, one knows 40 ÷ 5 = 8) or properties of operations. By the end of Grade 3, know from memory all products of two one-digit numbers.