I showed one of my long-time students my youtube channel yesterday and told me I need better lighting, more sponsors and a better name. I'm working on it U!
He also said I should probably upload my multiplication songs, because they helped him a lot, but I should "you know, like, make it more lit for youtube." I can't promise these songs will ever be "lit" but here you go. I hope you find these helpful! Songs are for counting on 6, 7 and 8, our hardest-to-remember times tables.
PS - Counting on your fingers is important here. They need to actually know how to use this skill within a multistep problem. So practice with fingers. Good luck!
Jonathan Mooney is coming to LA
I will be attending this event. If you'd like to join, register here. It's free!: Eventbrite - Jonathan Mooney's Normal Sucks Tour
"Jonathan Mooney is a dyslexic writer and activist who did not learn to read until he was 12 years old. He is a graduate of Brown University's class of 2000 and holds an honors degree in English Literature. He is founder and President of Project Eye-To-Eye, a mentoring and advocacy non-profit organization for students with learning differences. Mooney has been awarded multiple academic distinctions, and is a leader in the fields of learning disability and social change. In addition, he is a highly sought-after speaker and has lectured in 43 states and three countries."
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