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Times Tables Videos, Powerpoints and quizzes, in process.
12/30/19 update:
I'm learning this stuff. It's lots easier than back in 1977 :) Links to quizzes are down in the outline... Next step (while I'm also learning four other potentially useful things, including incorporating JavaScript into Geogebra) is to make them end properly so you know "go to the next one." Eventually there will be scoring and hopefully a variety of practice; Yes, this might change while you're visiting!
I'm @geonz on twitter and I'm there a lot with the #mtbos (Math Twitter BlogOSphere); I'm on some math and special education groups on Facebook. I update with boring regularity (especially if frustrated) on my WordPress blog.
My "day job" is supporting students at Parkland College, especially with precollegelevel ("developmental") courses, especially math. My "project idea" is described on the Rebus Community site.
Yes, these are all open source. So  feel free to copy, use, revise anything  that's why I'm putting it out there in this rough form. You could probably do great things with it! Or... we could get a grant and collaborate! Right, Power in Numbers?
Here are pages for each times table:
Zeroes
Ones
Tens
Twos
Fives
Fours
Nines
Threes
Sixes
Sevens and Eights
And here's my rough interactive multiplication showing icons representing the facts:
My attempt to put all the quizzes on one page
My attempt to make quizzes with images of the times tables.

Introduction to the Mary Ellen Carter Academy Times Tables Course video

Zeroes video
Powerpoint
 Quiz
 Future: 0 divided by... dividing by 0
 Ones video
 Powerpoint
 Quiz think I fixed it :)
 Future: Dividing by 1 and
 Future: Dividing to get an answer of 1
 Tens Times Tables
 Tens as groups video (you get it? video before powerpoint... I will explore making the PPTS into HTML so that the user clicks to keep going and ... it's interactive... over the holidays ;)
 On the number line
 On the Number Chart
 Adding a Zero
 Quiz
 Future: Dividing by ten / Finding 10 percent
 Twos Times Tables ** these powerpoints don't match exactly... **
 Twos as Groups
 Counting by Twos
 Practicing the twos: first half
 Practicing the twos: second half
 Divisbility by Two
 Division By Twos
 Quiz
 Fives Times Table
 Possible Future: reducing fractions
 Future: multiplying 5 by an even number
 Fours Times Tables:
 Introduction: "Double Double"
 How to double a number
 The bigger fours times tables (and doubling)
 Quiz
 Nines Times Tables (and divisibility)
 Threes times tables (and divisibility)
 Six times tables (and divisibility)
 Sevens and Eights (and you're DONE!!)
Future Future: Quizzes and games along the way ;) No really they're there now :) :) There will be more better ones... I have lots of ideas and only some of them require a mess of new learning on my part (I'll make some that start iwth a few at a time and then explore making them so you pick the ones to practice)... but you can practice at lots of places online  my favorite is at MathIsFun.Com

 I know I've got a version with my avatar floating on the water ... somewhere...
 I'll put stuff here as I do it.
 We'll see how this whole idea of doing stuff on my website works.
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