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This was a fun discovery and I wonder if families have any theories about the way the numbers are ordered around the circle. :) NPR article on discovered chalkboards

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**Answer** by Denise Gaskins
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Jun 27, 2015 at 09:18 PM

My guess is that the teacher was providing random practice, similar to this game I posted at my blog. Students would pick a times table and go around the circle, pointing to each number and saying either the product only or the whole equation ("N times factor = product").

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