Sing Your Times Tables with Percy Parker

Percy Parker iPadPC Unlimited User – now half price until the end of term, only £99.50

Also available for the iPad from the AppStore

Running a special offer on the best selling CDRom in the run up to Christmas, Sherston Software are discounting “Sing Your Times Tables with Percy Parker”.  The software will help your pupils learn the times tables up to 12 x 12 but Sherston don’t want you to just take their word for it!

“Y2 love learning their times tables with Percy Parker! Test us on our 2s and 10s – we’re super fast! #mathsisfun”
Percy Parker_01“My year 3’s loved Percy Parkers times tables today! helped them immensely with their 6xtables”

“Without Percy Parker I would still not know my times tables”

“Year 2 have enjoyed learning their times tables with #PercyParker this afternoon :)”

 

Children join the charismatic Percy Parker and his band as they sing entertaining, memorable songs about each of the times tables. Singing is an enjoyable activity and a successful method of reinforcing basic skills such as times table facts.

  • Great for interactive whiteboards
  • Perfect for group work or independent learning
  • Comprehensive workbook with teaching ideas and photocopiable worksheets.
  • Number sentences and multiplication grids displayed on-screen

Percy Parker_02Sing Your Times Tables with Percy Parker is also available for the iPad and iPhone. This is what top UK site, Netmums has to say:

“Times Table apps are really popular as anything that helps our children memorise and learn their tables is so helpful. Here the enigmatic Percy Parker sings different songs for each times table, making learning them really good fun. You’ll have the two times table song stuck in your heads for weeks!”

  • Currently in the Top 100 Educational Apps on iTunes
  • Currently in the Top Twenty Five Educational Apps on Netmums

Click here before 19 Dec for the special offer price, or download the app directly from the AppStore.

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