I will confess that I did not focus on multiplication memorization last year. As a matter of fact, I handed my student a multiplication chart.
Oh yes, I did! Our public education had already failed us miserably in this area of learning.
I was not going to “wait” for the facts, and I didn’t. However, I use and used a variety of tools, and I require copy-work …. FOR MATH!
You will find the zipped folder contains the multiplication fact copy-work from the 2’s to the 12’s. I do not see any reason to complete 0’s or 1’s. I do not think that you need any explanation for why. It should be rather evident. However, I will be adding addition, subtraction, and division soon. (I gathered multiplication early for the Hive!)
A few things more …
If you use a memory book organizer, I would encourage you to make a list of each set of facts on index cards or insert flashcards for each set. Have your student read through them as you decide to schedule. I add fact cards to Friday. I change the set once I feel that most of the list is retained in memory. I move them to another day for review. (Being that we are fastly approaching the concept of inverse operations, I am using the triangle flashcards that are available at DonnaYoung.org for review and practice.)
In addition to the above, I created a multiplication and division practice book.