Saturday, July 2, 2011
If your kiddos are having a hard time learning their multiplication facts, you may want to try one of these poems:
4 x 4 Poem
Want to drive a four by four truck?
Unless you're 16, you're out of luck!
6 x 6 Poem
Six times six. Magic tricks.
6 x 7 Poem
Six and Seven are sad and blue.
They make number forty-two.
4 x 7 Poem
Four and seven went fishing with bait.
Four times seven equals twenty-eight.
7 x 5 Poem
Seven and five went for a drive.
Who's in the back seat?
7 x 7 Poem
Seven and seven were doing fine.
They make number forty-nine.
7 x 8 Poem
Seven and eight are nifty chicks.
Eight times seven is fifty-six!
8 x 8 Poem
I ate and I ate and I got sick on the floor.
Eight times eight is sixty-four.
9 x 7 Poem
Nine and seven climb a tree!
They find number sixty-three!
9 x 8 Poem
Nine and eight!
What do they do?
They go play with seventy-two!
9 x 9 Poem
Nine and nine having fun!
They play tag with 81.
12 x 7 Poem
Twelve times seven, clean the floor.
Twelve times seven is eighty-four.