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♥ my daughter has been having trouble with her multiplication. she just cant seam to keep it in her head. we worked on it for a school year, and she seamed to have it done perfectly, so then we moved on. but she kept forgetting. then again she seamed to have it down even better this time. so we moved on. and i found out she can't go on with out knowing her multiplication like she knows her abc's. which she doesn't. sometimes she'll take 5 seconds to answer, and sometimes she can't even remember it. does anyone have an idea?if you have dyscalculia, what's an efficient to remember math?

♥ it seems no matter how many times i repeat or look at the 2's table in the times table i can't remember them with ease well obviously i can remember its 2x1, 2x2, 2x3, etc but not what they equal though if i'm given them in order as i just displayed then i can do 2, 4, 6, 8, etc but if they're in a random order i have to count in my head. is there some way besides rote memorization to remember math facts and what not? with language i can look at a word, that is not english, once, and i will know it's spelling, and meaning without having to look it up again. this is frustrating as i can't do the same with math, even if i repeat it the process.if you have dyscalculia, what's an efficient to remember math?

♥ it seems no matter how many times i repeat or look at the 2's table in the times table i can't remember them with ease well obviously i can remember its 2x1, 2x2, 2x3, etc but not what they equal though if i'm given them in order as i just displayed then i can do 2, 4, 6, 8, etc but if they're in a random order i have to count in my head. is there some way besides rote memorization to remember math facts and what not? with language i can look at a word, that is not english, once, and i will know it's spelling, and meaning without having to look it up again. this is frustrating as i can't do the same with math, even if i repeat it the process.