Soon I'm going to teach you an amazing trick for learning your nine times tables, but for it to work you'll need to know your left from your right. Even some adults have problems remembering this, so I thought I'd teach you an easy way to store it in your head. If you already know this trick, or if you have a powerful inbuilt left and right sensor, maybe you could teach it to a younger brother or sister? We think that even when they're 100 years old they'll still probably think of you and remember you teaching them this every time they need to know left from right.
Squeebles don't have fingers like humans, but we often imagine what it would be like to have so many useful prongs. Recently, Lex had a stroke of genius and realised that not only are they useful for picking things up with, but that they could also help you remember your left from your right.
Here's the trick:
Hold your hands up in front of you. Your palms should be facing away from you, so that you can see your fingernails.
I'll be back with the trick for learning your 9 times tables soon,