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Tickle to Remember Math Facts - Multiplication / Division
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The Miget Digit characters used in Multiplication/Division have different names, but the "tickle spots" are in the same positions as with the Addition/Subtraction characters. To Multiply the student circles the character that tells the student to count by 2's, 3's, 4's, 5's, etc. As the student is counting by that particular increment, he tickles the remaining factor. For example: 5 x 9 = 45. The student circles the 5 reminding himself/herself to count by five's while tickling the nine in the nine tickle spots thereby arriving at the product of 45 through counting. Division is the reverse of this process.
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