MultiMalin, method of learning the multiplication tables

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the MultiMalin specification

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In 2015, with the success of its first edition, Matthieu Protin decides to launch a new version of its MultiMalin method, with fully renewed visuals and the ambition to tackle the international market.

To do this, he asked 3TOON to ensure the new artistic direction and production of new animations, as well as all the method, workbooks, card games, poster paper, and also the realization of the DVD.

The MultiMalin method

Mascot MultiMalin

The author of the method is a former teacher, became specialist of the memory techniques in the service of academic learning. The originality of its method is to enable children to easily learn the multiplication tables through mental techniques of memorization world champions.

The method relies on emotions and humor of the stories to strengthen the creation of mental images. The child feels emotions by discovering the stories and more memorization is facilitated.

Animation on DVD

DVD MultiMalin

The DVD contains 28 animations each scene one involving a multiplication where the figures are transformed into characters who live a little adventure. Intended to mark the imagination of children, by the side comic and often extreme situations, each of these small films aims to create mental images that will promote a memorization in the long term, while being playful and fun to watch.

The DVD media offers ideal viewing flexibility for consultation repeated these films, factor of progressive assimilation of the multiplication tables.

DVD MultiMalin
A few brief extracts DVD animations.

The specification of learning

Essential companion to the DVD, the 80-page book presents each multiplication on a double page.

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As a first step, the child rediscovers in detail the skit featuring the multiplication, and then it must answer a series of questions that seek to ensure that it has everything included and assimilated. The right page followed up with an exercise validating outcomes and ends with a more playful moment, where the child is invited to colouring the stage, allowing it to soak up even more history, for better storage.

MultiMalin - the card game

MultiMalin card game

In order to strengthen the assimilation of multiplication tables, Matthieu Protin imagined a game of cards, for 1 to 4 players. Children must redial a complete operation by combining two cards. An ideal game to complete the memorisation strategy.

Game and exercise booklets

In addition to the DVD, book and card game, has also developed a series of booklets based on the MultiMalin universe, where the child can continue to strengthen skills, while having fun. Include these booklets of the coloring books illustrated by scenes of the DVD, as well as a list of revisions.

MultiMalin - Game and exercise booklets

The stand-alone card game for mass distribution

The interest aroused by the method, Matthieu Protin has also developed a variant of its method, here intended to be distributed in supermarkets again. Adaptation is a set of 56 cards large format, very different from that which accompanies the DVD and the book, because this box is intended to be a stand-alone, fully all of the method, in an extremely compact format.

MultiMalin - the great game of cards

Distribution in supermarkets will enable the largest number having access to this mental technique which allows the passage of the tables of multiplication of memory short term (working memory) to the long-term memory, with pedagogical efficiency out of the ordinary.

A sampling of the MultiMalin method

MultiMalin - notebooks, poster and DVD
The MultiMalin method, here in the form of book, poster and DVD.
Website of the MultiMalin methodWebsite of the MultiMalin method:
http://www.multimalin.com/

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