All we've got left are 9,3,6,7 and 8.
So, the nines!!! Here's what they look like on the times tables chart:
The nines are different from the ones we've learned already, with their own special patterns.They are mildly amazing.
Here is a video as well as the powerpoint slides I made first. You'll have to hit the "back" button right now to get back to this page.
Ready for a quiz on the Nines? (this is the older version, but if you miss one, you get an easy one then a repeat.)
There will be more quizzes with different kinds of practice. There's also the mathisfun.com multiplication trainer practice.
Next Fact: The Threes!