Introduction: Japanese Multiplicator
This method, which we can find origins in the Maghreb back in the 13th century, is in reality, not Japanese. Still, it is a fantastic method to learn and experiment with multiplication in a simple and visual form.
This project takes it to another stage by explaining how to make a physical object to encourage the learning of multiplication. The format is also quite unusual as you can make multiplication up to 999 x 999.
Step 1: Dream About the Result
Step 2: Download the Instructions and Build the Multiplicator
Here are the instructions for the Japanese Multiplicator. We recommend to print it for a better experience.
Step 3: Watch the Video to See How It Works
Step 4: Enjoy Your Multiplicator
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