# How to Teach Math Using Doman’s Red Dot Cards

How to Teach Math Using Doman’s Red Dot Cards

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How to Teach Math Using Doman’s Red Dot Cards

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Introducing Subtraction Day 21: Remove 31 and 32. Add 41 and 42. Morning – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random subtraction equations using cards 1 to 40. For example: 24-13=11, 38-13=25, 40-30=10. Afternoon – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random subtraction equations using cards 1 to 40. For example: 16-7=9, 22-2=20, 34-12=22. Evening – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random subtraction equations using cards 1 to 40. For example: 19-4=15, 8-2=6, 27-1=26. Day 22: Remove 33 and 34. Add 43 and 44. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 23: Remove 35 and 36. Add 45 and 46. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 24: Remove 37 and 38. Add 47 and 48. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 25: Remove 39 and 40. Add 49 and 50. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 26: Remove 41 and 42. Add 51 and 52. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 27: Remove 43 and 44. Add 53 and 54. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 28: Remove 45 and 46. Add 55 and 56. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 29: Remove 47 and 48. Add 57 and 58. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 30: Remove 49 and 50. Add 59 and 60. Repeat steps in Day 21 with 9 new subtraction equations – show 3 equations per session.

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Introducing Multiplication Day 31: Remove 51 and 52. Add 61 and 62. Morning – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random multiplication equations using cards 1 to 60. For example: 4×5=20, 7×8=56, 3×11=33. Afternoon – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random multiplicationequations using cards 1 to 60. For example: 20×3=60, 15×2=30, 9×6=54. Evening – Repeat step one and two from Day 1. Then show three random multiplication equations using cards 1 to 60. For example: 13×3=39, 16×2=32, 3×2=6. Day 32: Remove 53 and 54. Add 63 and 64. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 33: Remove 55 and 56. Add 65 and 66. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 34: Remove 57 and 58. Add 67 and 68. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 35: Remove 59 and 60. Add 69 and 70. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 36: Remove 61 and 62. Add 71 and 72. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 37: Remove 63 and 64. Add 73 and 74. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 38: Remove 65 and 66. Add 75 and 76. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 39: Remove 67 and 68. Add 77 and 78. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session. Day 40: Remove 69 and 70. Add 79 and 80. Repeat steps in Day 31 with 9 new multiplication equations – show 3 equations per session.

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