OverviewAs a child enters school, one of the first real memorization challenges occurs with the infamous multiplication or times tables. During the first couple of years of school, children aren't required to do much in-depth memory work, and then they hit the "times table wall." They are told to memorize the times tables, but they aren't taught ...
OverviewAs a child enters school, one of the first real memorization challenges occurs with the infamous multiplication or times tables. During the first couple of years of school, children aren't required to do much in-depth memory work, and then they hit the "times table wall." They are told to memorize the times tables, but they aren't taught how to do it. This is when the child who is good with rote memorization begins to enjoy math and the child who struggles begins to hate it passionately. This attitude can be avoided with this fun and easy memory technique.What is Learned?The Times Tables teaches you the times tables from 1xl to 12xl2. And Doctor Memory teaches you how to remember them forever. With this program, children of all ages can make it over the times table hurdle without losing their self-esteem or developing a negative attitude about mathematics.How it's Learned?To remember the times tables, you need to know a simple way to picture numbers. The Times Tables teaches a simple system that will help you visualize numbers. Once you have a mental picture of a number, you can remember any basic multiplication problem as easily as you can look at and remember that a zebra has stripes. The best part is that the pictures are designed to give you the problem and the answer at the same time. You'll be amazed how fun and easy math can be.Who Benefits?The Times Tables is for anyone who needs to learn or brush up on his or her multiplication skills. It will help you learn and remember this fundamental skill needed for survival in today's society.Author Data: As a boy with a very active mind, NBA legend Jerry Lucas challenged himself by inventing mental games to test his memory. At anearly age, Jerry realized that being a successful student in school took knowing not only HOW to learn but also HOW TO RETAIN that learned information. He became determined to develop ways to make the learning process EASY, FUN and LONG LASTING. Jerry has devoted his life to cultivating ideas and methods for fun and easy memory-retention. The resulting methods are now known as The Lucas Learning System and have earned him the title of Doctor Memory .Jerry graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Ohio State University. HE IS A BIG NAME IN OHIO! Not only a scholastic achiever, he excelled as an athlete as well. Jerry became the only basketball player in collegiate history to lead the nation in field goal percentage and rebounding for three years, thus becoming the only three-time recipient of the Big Ten player-of-the-year award. This achievement still has not been duplicated or surpassed. Chosen seven times as an All-Pro during his professional basketball career, Jerry was named one of the 50 most outstanding NBA players of all time. HE IS A BIG NAME IN NEW YORK AS HE PLAID WITH THE NEW YORK KICK'S. Being inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame in 1979 was perhaps his crowning achievement as an athlete.
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