# Times Table Clock

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BEAT THE JOKERS! Learn times tables on the clock. A fun, addictive game of clock solitaire that lets you effortlessly learn times tables as you play.Can you get all the cards in position before you find the fourth joker?Features: Can be played as standard clock solitaire (using the 1x table), or to learn any of the times tables from 2x to 12x Change how often you win, from random shuffle (1/13 games) to always-win!! Self-correcting Ideal for reinforcing both multiplication AND division facts A game of chance, making it motivating and addictive regardless of ability A VISUAL way to learn tables that relies on spatial position and colour instead of counting through the table great for anyone who has difficulty with rote memory or sequencing Also teaches telling the time: play the 1x table to learn the hours and the 5x table to learn the minutes Each game takes minutes For ages 6 to adultLearning Times Tables: It's just like clock solitaire, but the numbers in the times table go at each clock position, and the clock faces (jokers) go in the middle For example, in the 3x table, 3 goes at one o'clock, 6 goes at two o'clock, 9 goes at 3 o'clock, etc. After only a few games of a particular times table, players very quickly associate the number with the spatial position, making recall of the facts simple for 3x7, they only need to think what card went at seven oclock, or for 21 divided by 3, they just need to think where the 21 card went. Colour coding can be a memory cue for those who have strong visual memories each table has a specific colour in the game (e.g., 3 is turquoise and 7 is gold). A particular multiplication fact will always be in the same combination of colours (e.g., turquoise/gold is only used for 7x3 and 3x7). Doesn't rely on phonological skills like rote repetition does Using spatial positions makes sequencing easier Multisensory kinaesthetic (touch), visual (colour) and spatial cues to memory Ideal for those with dyslexia and dyscalculia designed by a experienced teacher of pupils with specific learning difficulties
Price USD1.99 Purchase 4.02 MB 1.2 iOS Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later. iTunes account required
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