Magic Math for 7’s Times Table
Learning the Times Table
Playful patterns create all the times tables. On a tic-tac-toe square you put the numbers 1-9. In seconds you can create the Sevens multiplication table. It is fun and easy patterns that create 7, 14, 21, 28, 35, 42, 49, 56, and 63. And there are ways to continue the pattern to reveal multiplication of the Sevens to 100 x 7 and beyond.
any kids do learn easier by visualizing a picture or video. It also gives them a big picture of the whole set of 7 factors. Besides, it’s fun.
One trick to knowing where to start in the tac-tac-toe square is to put a 7 in the first box (top left) doing the Sevens or a 3 in the first box for the Threes. Then it is obvious. Be sure to see the Threes video because, by my Rule of Ten, it is the same but opposite of the Sevens.