# Math Fact Practice

Quick, easy, simple math fact game. I like this for early finishers and centers

Math Fact Mastery: Student rolls a die to decide which column to solve. S/he reads down the column as fast as possible solving the equations.

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Ever since my days of teaching 7th grade I have wanted to help my students develop their fluency in math facts. I would struggle teaching a...

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Fact fluency is a big part of math in first grade. You may be thinking, "How in the world am I going to teach these kiddos ALL these facts w...

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Find some ideas for improving math fact fluency with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. I really like the tip for tracking progress that helps all students feel successful with their progress.

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Kids are competitive. Heck, adults are competitive. Add a little competition to your fact practice activities and you’re sure to have a hit on your hands. I first posted a Valentine’s version of this little game in 2013, but I wanted a “theme neutral” version to use with my kiddos, so here it is. I call …

Miss Giraffe's Class: Fact Fluency in First Grade

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Totally Terrific in Texas: Math Fact Practice and Punch Cards

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Sometimes math worksheets are linear. Sequential. Grid-like. Boring. I know for me, just grading them, I'm really eager for even a small twist on the familiar, a touch of unique. A touch of... spiral. Spiralness. Spirality. Spiraltaneity. Whatever. If you're looking for something a little different to keep the little minds engaged, give these worksheets a try...

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Timed Tests from 0-10 for first grade.