MINT HILL, NC – After your child has mastered the fundamentals of addition and subtraction skills, it’s a good idea to introduce multiplication. Carve out a specific time each day to learn and review multiplication tables. Devoting about 15 to 20 minutes each day is a good way to help your child to become familiar with and eventually master her multiplication tables. Be patient with your child with the understanding that daily practice will help you reach your goal of multiplication mastery. Incorporate learning multiplication tables in your everyday routine. Having flashcards on hand in the house or the car is helpful. If you have a child that learns best by hearing, set the multiplication tables to music and create a multiplication facts song! There are several fun games and activities that are built around learning multiplication facts. Use an ordinary deck of playing cards to play multiplication war. Create a game of multiplication bingo or a multiplication game using dice, a soccer ball, or even dominoes. The possibilities are endless. The We Are Teachers website has many creative ideas on how to bring multiplication tables to life at home. Visit their website at https://www.weareteachers.com/22-fun-hands-on-ways-to-teach-multiplication for creative and fun ideas. Don’t forget to reward your child as they begin to learn their multiplication tables. Visit the Kumon website here: https://go.shr.lc/2Qsnth4 to download a free reward system to use at home. Like and follow us on Facebook @KumonOfCharlotteMintHill on Twitter @KumonMintHill and Instagram @kumonatminthill. Visit our website at www.kumon.com/charlotte-mint-hill to set up a free parent orientation at our learning center.