# Math fact fluency

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### Teach children strategies for adding and subtracting, build math fact fluency, solve word problems, and play math activities and games. A FREE addition equation sort is included!

Karen Vanier saved to Math Centers

### Number fact fluency is important to develop in first and second grade. Without automatic recall it's hard to move on to more complex skills. It's also crucial in developing a child’s confidence in using mathematics. Without a doubt, kids need to know their addition strategies! It's important to teach children addition strategies if we want confident young mathematicians. When a child can perform mathematical computations quickly and accurately they see themselves as being 'good at math'…

Crystal Buegeler saved to School

### Help your students gain confidence in their math fluency, and overall math skills, with some of these easy and free math fluency games. I use these games in my Kindergarten classroom, but they can easily be adapted to first, second, third, fourth, and fifth grade math as well.

Vanessa Longstaff saved to If I teach :)

### Mastering addition facts - this article is amazing for explaining exactly how to teach fact fluency in engaging ways!

Miss Giraffe saved to Addition and Subtraction

### BUILDING NUMBER SENSE | MULTIPLICATION FACTS ROUTINES Rather than focus on memorizing multiplication facts, use these routines to improve number sense, understanding of patterns in multiples, and patterns in multiplication fact families. Ideas for multiplication facts interventions/RTI, multiplication activities for math groups, and teaching number sense in 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade #4thgrade #5thgrade #upperelementary

Michele Schmidt saved to clever classroom

### If your students are like mine, they need to have better fact fluency. The best way to become proficient is to practice, but repetition can be boring. Learn how I get my students excited about math facts. #mathfacts #factfluency #teachmath

Hooty's Homeroom saved to I love math!

### Are your student fluent in their facts? Check out these free websites that will help you screen to see if your students need intervention.

MagiCore saved to Fact Fluency

### Math Facts Practice for 1st and 2nd Grade: Appropriate ways to practice math facts. Say goodbye to timed tests that stress out students and teachers!

Jamie saved to Teaching - Math

### Subtraction math facts are practiced with these fun Fact Flips! Students increase their subtraction math fact fluency as they practice and master one fact family at a time. Fact Flips are math…

Amaya Smith saved to Badge #8