Half of my kids in my math class are ones we had from last year. Since we’re a homeschool co-op, most of us move up with our kids, repeating grade levels only if we have younger children. As a result, we see the same faces year after year. It’s no wonder we grow to love these other children as our own. We’re with them a lot! The kids in last year’s class knew what to expect when they came into my math class, but the new ones were shocked as I instructed them to stand in front of the door, with at least one hand up. If you don’t know what the 50’s Club is, you can read about it here.
I don’t care what age your child is, or how proficient you think your child is with times tables, if your kid takes a math class with me, he or she will end up in the 50’s Club. I cannot shout the praises of this review program loud enough! I used the drills from Times Table Challenge, and it is the bomb-diggety! Just make sure you make copies of the pages – do NOT use the book as a consumable, because the student might need more practice than just twice!