MemoryOwl's Shop
MemoryOwl's Shop
4.9518 reviews

I used to be a primary school teacher, then went on to teaching adults IT, but always knew that I'd return to children. I love that we all learn differently, and Memory Owl aims to captivate those children who find learning numbers by rote tricky. Get rid of the numbers and use characters instead. Memory Owl stories will work with all ages, but are aimed primarily at KS1 and the beginning of KS2.

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A NEW WAY OF REMEMBERING TIMES TABLES!

For children who find remembering numbers tricky, get them to learn stories instead, using memory techniques. The resources will help you teach a class, groups or individuals learn their 2x table. Great for all children and especially those with any level of dyscalculia. Useful for any age.

*** Stories available on You Tube… https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvisdtWVj6wUrtWbE-0XEkvKoqS_30YyS ***

**NEW: A Memory Owl Times Tables App is available on App Store, Google Play and Kindle Fire!**

Review: ‘My 6 year old son has ADHD and is on the Autism Spectrum, causing many struggles with his learning. I have been amazed at how this book has captured his attention and given him times table success. For us this book is fun, stress free learning and that’s priceless.’

For more information about Memory Owl, please see www.memory-owl.com or contact susan@memory-owl.com.

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rene talliard

3 years ago
5

This is such a novel way of engaging children with severe barriers to Maths. Thanks very much.

susan_morris1

4 years ago
5

A new way of engaging secondary students with poor maths ability! so nice to not have to use 'baby' resources when sitting across the table from a huge 14 year old :)

Arwen12

5 years ago
5

Thank you! What a lovely resource. I was searching for resources to support some pupils I am tutoring who struggle to remember their tables. In particular one Year 3 boy, who I suspect has dyscalculia as well as dyslexia, struggles to recall number shapes, number bonds as well as tables . I'm going to use these resources to help him and will order the stories. I 'm looking forward to seeing how it goes.

lormic

5 years ago
5

Wow! Love this resource, it is so clever and look forward to trying with my intervention groups who are struggling with X tables. Thank you!

sarah_jane_moody

5 years ago
5

How clever and creative - I have been looking for a resource like this forever. I am off to speak to my head next week about investing as I know the Year 1 and 2 class would love this. Thank you for sharing these resources.

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