Times Tales – This is one of our personal favorites. This DVD and book use simple stories to help children memorize multiplication facts. We used it and loved it. Read more about how we used it with our oldest son a couple of years ago. They also have a small group program that would be perfect for use in a homeschool co-op.
Brainetics: Breakthrough Math and Memory System – This is a more advanced system for students who already know their multiplication and division facts. This DVD series aims to give students techniques for doing higher level math problems in their heads and giving them math shortcuts.
Math Facts Made Easy – This is an inexpensive Kindle book designed to help your kids learn their math facts without the use of flashcards, but through using visualization techniques for memory.
Two Plus Two is Not Five – This is a book of strategies and practice worksheets for memorizing addition and subtraction facts.
Math Games in a Bag – This is a book of 33 instructions for math games to reinforce math skills and help kids develop positive attitude toward math.
Memory Triggers – This is a book of fun mnemonic approaches to memorizing math terms like sum, numerator, denominator, factor, product, and more.
Timez Attack – This is an online game that kids will enjoy (or at least my oldest son did) that helps drill addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division facts.
Math Unplugged – 4 CDs and resource books supporting the Common Core Curriculum for Mathematics: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Audio Memory Math CDs – These 4 CDs from Audio Memory contain addition, subtraction, multiplication, division songs. Also available are optional workbooks and songbooks. These resources help you learn math facts put to music.
Skip Counting Cards – These are free printable cards for learning skip counting from HomeschoolCreations.com.
Classically Catholic Memory – This is a four-year memory program for Catholic children, which includes memory work for skip counting, geometric formulas, and conversion formulas. This is not just a math program, but also encompasses other subjects like geography, history, latin, and religion.
Living Memory: A Classical Memory Work Companion – This 452-page K-12 resource book by Andrew A. Campbell includes suggestions on how to do memory work utilizing basic language skills of reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Included are ideas for memorizing addition and subtraction fact families, multiplication tables, Euclid’s definitions, and area and volume formulas.
Learning Wrap-Ups – Wrap-ups are hand-held games the help to reinforce memory core subject facts. Available are individual wrap-up kits for learning addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, rap CDs, 10-Day Mastery kits, and pre-algebra kits.
Rock n’ Learn – This is addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts set to a snappy beat. These DVD’s are available in both “rock” and “rap.”