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MJ Learning Systems Super Achiever Math Learning System Memory Joggers Learning Systems Student Tested Teacher Approved! L E A R N   M O R E   » B U Y   N O W   » MultDiv Memorize Multiplication Facts Memorize Division Facts Successful with all students Fast, Fun and Easy! 7 is Kevin & 9 is Nina (Ni-nuh) They found a tree to climb But it was covered with sap. It was a “Sticky-Tree” Sticky-Tree sounds like 63 BUY NOW » LEARN MORE » AddSub Memorize Addition and Subtraction Facts Memorize Addition and Subtraction Facts Clap, Speak, Repeat Fun Activity Instant Recall 6 plus 7 is 13 Playing on a soccer team 13 minus 7 is 6 I got hit like a ton of bricks! LEARN MORE » MTM Memory Tips for Math: Using Mnemonics to Teach K-5 Math [MJ910 : 152 pages] Pictures, Stories & Rhymes K-5 Math Terms Our Best Seller! LEARN MORE Teachers Agree: "A lifesaver for my class!" "My kids beg for more!" "I love this book!" StatesCapitals Let's Memorize States & Capitals! Fun & Fast Memory Method Learn State's Location Louise and Anna Sat on a Bat and Put on Rouge » What is the capital of Louisiana? Baton Rouge! LEARN MORE » KingGal Learn Liquid Measurements Fun, Memorable Story & Pictures Digital Download GET IT NOW »

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