Multiplication and Division

  • by Kim Mitzo Thompson, Karen Mitzo Hilderbrand, Twin Sisters
  • Narrated by Twin Sisters
  • 1 hrs and 57 mins
  • Original recording Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Learn multiplication and division! Multiplication: Songs that teach every multiplication fact separately: the identity property, the zero property, skip counting, and review the facts! Division: Songs that teach division terminology, strategies for division, and division facts 0-9.


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Easy-to-Learn Multiplication Jingles

What did you love best about Multiplication and Division?

Good production value, good voices, good instrumentation and production, catchy tunes.

What other book might you compare Multiplication and Division to and why?

Schoolhouse Rock is similar, but with video as well as the songs.

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- Woody Academy

multiplication & division the easy and Cheesy way

Would you try another book from Twin Sisters and/or Twin Sisters?

Yes,if they had different songs with variety.

What was most disappointing about Twin Sisters’s story?

This product did not tell a story, songs were played to inform the Listener.

Which character – as performed by Twin Sisters – was your favorite?

I enjoyed the sounds played in the beginning.

Do you think Multiplication and Division needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

Yes with different songs played so I can follow along enthusiastically.

Any additional comments?

I ordered this item on audible; I just wanted to brush up on my multiplication and Division especially since I’m on the go all the time. I listen to the sample first and thought what the heck, so I ordered it. The first five chapters were boring because I wanted to get to the individual numbers first. In the beginning they talked, no they singed about order property and explained what it meant. The songs are a bit repetitive in the beginning and in the middle, so it makes it a bit boring for me. The singers on the tracks get cheesy as you continue to listen, the singers remind me of Barney and friends on channel 13 when I was a kid, but Barney’s singers were better. In all, it’s ok if you don’t mind the cheesy singers and repetitive song tracks. For the price, it may be worth buying, if you can actually memorize something.

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- L. Com

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-25-2012
  • Publisher: Twin Sisters IP, LLC