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You can give them example like 2*2=4, take 2 apples and 2 more add them and tell when 2 is getting with 2 more the answer is 4 and for kids like 7-8 years when we repeat something they grab it fast .Whenever we are talking with them or while playing we should make them learn tables and meanwhile ask...

read more You can give them example like 2*2=4, take 2 apples and 2 more add them and tell when 2 is getting with 2 more the answer is 4 and for kids like 7-8 years when we repeat something they grab it fast .Whenever we are talking with them or while playing we should make them learn tables and meanwhile ask them what is 2*5 and like that, so we also come to know they are getting it or not read less

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There are two ways to memorise tables (by the way, learning tables is a must whether you learn abacus or vedic maths or school academics) - one is the normal roting method and the other - take the products alone and ask a child to first learn that , e.g. in table 6 - 6,12,18,24,30,36,42,48,54,60,66,72...

read more There are two ways to memorise tables (by the way, learning tables is a must whether you learn abacus or vedic maths or school academics) - one is the normal roting method and the other - take the products alone and ask a child to first learn that , e.g. in table 6 - 6,12,18,24,30,36,42,48,54,60,66,72 - learn this by heart and then ask him to write the multipliers and the products .It is true that multiplication is nothing but repeated addition and division is nothing but repeated subtraction. read less

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Meenakshi Mam, I believe memorizing tables help for long last but this is not definitely the solution. Ask them to keep writing tables again and again. Atleast twice in a day. If they stuck anywhere, ask them to verify it themself through method of addition. This will help them realize their mistakes...

read more Meenakshi Mam, I believe memorizing tables help for long last but this is not definitely the solution. Ask them to keep writing tables again and again. Atleast twice in a day. If they stuck anywhere, ask them to verify it themself through method of addition. This will help them realize their mistakes and not any table will be difficult in future for a kid. Hope this resolves your question. Regards read less

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childrens love to play game so its eeasy to memorise tables in a type of game play

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Vedic maths helps teach tables by teaching them to multiply. We teach them how tables are formed and how it is unnecessary to keep addition as a way of learning the tables or memorising them by heart. Maths taught to students in primary classes has all the basic operations but the way of dealing with...

read more Vedic maths helps teach tables by teaching them to multiply. We teach them how tables are formed and how it is unnecessary to keep addition as a way of learning the tables or memorising them by heart. Maths taught to students in primary classes has all the basic operations but the way of dealing with the calculations is what Britishers left us with. Our own culture had better and refined ways of teaching these operations in a logical way .You can try such a class to make maths fun and easy for your kid.Regards. read less

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Memorizing tables are not good for students, we have to teach with the help of principles which we have in vedic maths ie., base method. We have to explain how the principle generates. If the students follow the technique, they can do each and everything in mathematics.

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