After the 0s, 1s, 10s, 2s, and 5s here are the ones left to learn: How many are there?
Here are the fours times tables on the chart:
The fours are a lot like the twos.
Here are links to the videos and the powerpoint slides I used for the videos. You may have to hit the "back" button to get back to this page.
Ready for a quiz on the Fours? (this is the older version; if you miss one, you get an easy one then a repeat.)
There will be more quizzes with different kinds of practice, but right now you can go to mathisfun.com multiplication trainer.
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