Master Mental Multiplication WITHOUT Memorizing Tables!

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    1. Jacob Wagner

      Are you still planning to run this campaign?

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      Sharon on

      It's so much advertising where is the program????

    3. Creator

      @Maram thanks for your like, share and follow. If only I could find a way to get more people like you on board, freely sharing this with their friends, that would be great. Without such support, this campaign simply cannot fly. So a BIG thank you! I'm currently exploring other ways to get this off the ground too, so will keep you posted!

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      Maram on

      I'd like all bonuses. I liked, shared and followed on Facebook.

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      Hussein Abdullahi on

      Can you play this game on cell phones

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      Hussein Abdullahi on

      Can you play this game on cell phones

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      Darren Harris on

      Have you thought of a mobile app?

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      Michelle Townes Lofton on

      Will I be able to have Numba Ninja shipped to me in the U.S.?

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      Abuaziza Maawaly on

      I like numbs ninja game

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      aliyah on

      my times and subtraction

    11. Creator

      Hi Sarah, as long as you've followed me on Facebook, Twitter on YouTube then you'll get notified of the launch date. And yes, you can order from Switzerland.

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      Sarah Wyldbore-smith Guest on

      I think I have signed up. We are in Switzerland can I order the game?
      My son is struggling with his tables.
      Many thanks

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      Selim on

      I like numbs ninja game it super good

    14. Creator

      @Yousef - Yes, dividing is certainly much easier when you've mastered multiplication. I'm hoping to launch a follow-on game to help with division too, depending on how much interest there is in this multiplication game.

      In you'd like to be hear about that, and any other videos I release about multiplication, it might be a good idea to subscribe to my YouTube channel at:

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      Yousef on

      I would like to learn my times tabels and im in the highest table beacuse im good at doing adding and subtracting .dividing is bad because you need to learn your times tabels

    16. Creator

      Thanks for the feedback so far - don't forget to let me know which bonuses you'd like to claim for the like and shares!

      @Louise - yes, it is amazing - I can't wait to hear how your boys get on with it

      @Michelle - I hear you - I've now added a link to the page on the National Numeracy website that details the links between numeracy and improved health/wealth etc. Also added clearer reference to the fact that this is NOT just for boys!

      @Sabrina - thank you - I'm sure your boys will love this.

      @Doreen - yes and thanks for speaking candidly - I'm looking into getting a proper graphic designer onto the case before this goes to print. The artwork here is really just conceptual to give people an idea of what it's about and the end product should be far more exciting - although my boys have been pretty excited playing with the prototype board that I built.

      @Sarah - thanks for all the likes and shares - I see you're due all 3 bonuses - well done and thanks for the encouragement.

    17. Sarah Knell on

      Can't wait to try it with my children I still recall the fear I felt if we had mental maths table tests at school. Have liked and shared and followed on twitter and fb and YouTube. Good luck, and we love the ninja theme :)

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      Doreen Bradbury on

      I want to try it! The box design could be more looks a bit old fashioned.

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      Sabrina Ben Salmi on

      Awesome video looks amazing can't wait for my children to play this game.

    20. Michelle Livi on

      The video piqued my interest but I feel claims like 'improved health' etc should cite the studies that claim this. I hope this comes out soon as my daughter is eager to start. It does look like it has been geared towards boys but that won't bother my daughter (she loves ninjas and superheroes) though I could see it getting overlooked by some/many families because of this. Maybe having stickers for people to personalise the board could help? The whole concept is very clever and I think applying memory/story techniques to numbers is inspired. I hope it takes off. Good luck.

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      Louise Randall on

      Looks Amazing would really like to give it a go

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“When I heard about this I was quite sceptical. It seemed impossible to achieve all this so quickly when it takes our school system four years to cover this. But now I’ve seen it for myself I think it’s amazing. When my little boy is old enough I definitely want him to learn his tables this way - and I'm a primary school teacher myself!”

Laura K. (Eastergate)

“I hated learning my tables when I was young. And I often broke down in tears. But this is so much easier. I’m glad my children will never have to suffer the way I did.”
Genevieve C. (Bognor Regis)

“I really enjoyed it and can’t wait to teach my brother. And my friends.”
Yoshi C. (age 7)

“It’s very simple and I enjoyed learning how to use the pictures with my boys.”
Zainab L. (Felpham)

“I used to hate the 7s and 8s. And the 12s. In fact, all of them used to be really hard, but now I find them easy. And I’m much more confident now and faster too.”
Zion L. (age 9)

“I’m only 6 and I learned all my tables in just 3 days. That is amazing.”
Zebedee L. (age 6)

"I get a lot less wrong now and I'm much faster. And it was really easy."
Rona G. (age 7)

In three days I got twice as fast, and it was so easy."
Zara W. (age 7)

"She's a totally different girl. Practically bouncing about in the car on the way here each time."
Elaine F. (Barnham)

“I really wasn’t looking forward to it as I used to be rubbish at my tables and I thought I would look stupid. But I’ve been so excited to see that I can do this. Can we play again?”
Maia S. (age 8)

“I used to struggle with my tables too, but this has definitely helped make them easier.”
Zak S. (age 12)

“This is really good. Really good.”
Alena H. snr (Chichester)

“Yes! Yes! Yes! I can do this!”
Alena H. jnr (age 9)

“It amazes me that no-one has come up with something as easy as this before.”
Cate M. (Halnaker)

“I used to really hate my tables but this is so different. It’s just so easy now with the pictures.”
Arthur M. (age 18)

“I think it’s brilliant.”
Caz F. (Chichester)

“It’s cool. And it’s been fun.”
Archie B. (Age 14)

“It’s made me faster.”
Eliot B. (age 12)

“She took to this so quickly. I’ve never known that before with anything!”
Selim B. (Home Educating Dad)

“I like it.”
Nova B. (age 7)

“You should do something with this. More people need to know about it.”
Elaine F. (Barnham)

“I was already quite good with my tables. But this has made me much faster. And I can go much higher than 12 now.”
Maddie F. (age 12)

“I’m more confident now.”
Jessie F. (age 10)

“I was really surprised that even his younger sister could join in. I wasn’t expecting that.”
Gemma R. (Worthing)

“Can we play now?”
Dylan R. (age 8)

“We were really impressed. I hated this when I was growing up, but this is much easier. Please do one for division next.”
Polly S. (Yapton)

“I like the sandwich best. And the scissors. And the bow tie.”
William S. (age 7)

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