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These posters are designed to be displayed in your classroom to show the different ways your students can add and subtract. They are great alternatives to teaching the traditional algorithm, especially since it can be so difficult to understand. These strategies can also help with mental math stra

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One strategy for figuring out the number of factors a number has is to use factor rainbows. This resource provides a visual for your students. You can use this to create a vibrant and useful bulletin board or to create stunning rainbows to hang from your ceiling. Help your students become more fl

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This is my M.AT.H. (Math At Home) Folder. This is a motivational tool to get my students practicing their multiplication at home. It could also be turned around and for students to practice addition facts as well.
In this set:
1. M.AT.H. folder covers- in black and white and in color
2. Getting star

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Are you looking to increase your students' fact fluency?
Are you having trouble keeping track and recording all of your students' scores?
Looking for a way to organize the information for quick access during parent/teacher conferences and data analysis meetings?
Want students to take responsibility

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This is a set of logs for students to record their nightly math fact practice.
Students must list the date, the skill practiced, minutes practiced, and resource used.
I have included a few different formats for teachers to choose from.
Please let me know if you need any of the forms adjusted for you

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Help your students keep track of their progress towards mastering their addition and subtraction facts with fluency. These charts will give your students a great visual of their progress. Place them in a student data binder and use the information for report cards, conferences and pl

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Blackline masters of math awards. Includes a generic "Math Superstar" award. Also, the following are preprinted for mastering math facts: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, addition & subtraction, and multiplication & division. Perfect awards for students who pass their time

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This Bundle Includes: Multiplication and Division Facts Timed Test (1-12) Includes: - Division facts for one through twelve- 4 Versions of each Timed Test- Quick Check Tool- Timed Test for Doubles- Timed Test for Mixed (1-12) Division facts- Multiplication facts for one through twelve- 4 Versions of

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Need a quick and easy way to monitor your students' progress with their addition facts? This is an easy way to implement timed tests.
This file includes:
- Timed addition tests - There are 13 pages included (one page for each number 0 - 12). They are formatted to fit two to one page to ease you

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I just made this chart to hang in my room to track student progress.
Rocket Math class chart by Kristin Reinhardt is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.

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A monthly chart that students can use to self-monitor their scores each time they complete Xtra Math. This is great for allowing students to set goals and reflect on their progress throughout the year. It also is great data to show parents.
I use this in my students data binders. Each day when the

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A fun and easy way for students to keep track of each addition fact they have mastered or still need to. Simply color in the gumball with the corresponding fact on it in this 1-page activity. This page can be kept in a homework folder or notebook for students to reference and track their math fact

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Use this log for students to keep track of their weekly reading and practice of math facts at home. Fill in the amount of time that is expected for students to read and practice facts. Parents sign each section and it is returned each Monday.

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This chart was made to help students keep track of how many facts they have learned. The students will graph how many facts they get correct. The chart goes from 0 - 100 on two different sizes: Letter size sheet of paper (8 1/2 by 11) - the increment is by 5; Legal size sheet of paper (11 x 14) -

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Multiplication and Division are the most prominent skills in 3rd Grade math. These timed test are a great way for students to learn their facts. I start by doing the multiplication timed test ( which are easy to find online.) When students have completed through their 12's, they begin on their divis

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Check out this awesome student friendly hundreds chart that lists all the numbers between 1 and 1,000. This file comes with 5 different pages that each have to hundreds tables on them. These charts consist of 1-100, 101-200, 201-300, 301-400, 401-500, 501-600, 601-700, 701-800, 801-900, 901-1,000. T

This is a fun game for students to practice creating tally marks and graphing. You can have them stop once one number reaches a certain amount like 10 or 15. You could also set a timer and students will roll and tally until the timer goes off.
Please leave feedback for this FREEBIE! I'd truly appr

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Tracking student progress is a great way to encourage student's to self-monitor as they grow.
Included in this download with be:
* 1 student title page for 3rd & 4th grade to create a fluency packet for each student.
* 1 multiplication fluency assessment labeled for September - May. (Total

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Math Fact Masters- Multiplication Fluency tracking interactive bulletin board and positive parent note home (fluency award/shout-out). Track student progress on their multiplication facts, and encourage progress!Track math fact fluency in your classroom and motivate students to become fluent by gett

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We all know that children who have a solid foundation in math will do better in school overall. Help your students get started on the right track! Stay organized and keep track of student mastery of basic math facts by attaching these handy checklists to a clipboard! These simple and easy-to-use che

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Use this log as a tool for students to keep track of math fact practice at school or at home! Students, parents, or teachers can record the date, operation, method used to practice (flash cards, app, game, online practice, etc.) and duration. There are ten rows for entries and also a place at the bo

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Use these Rocket Graphs, created by Marianne Patterson, to track your 2nd graders' progress with math fact programs like "Mastering Math Facts" or "Rocket Math". Print them off for each student and hang them up. Students can see their progress by putting stickers on the levels they have passed. T

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This product is great to use for data binders to keep up with student progress, especially for RTI data collecting.

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This is a easy way for students to practice or review adding and subtracting groups of 10, 100, or 1000 to a given number. A great activity for adding to a station for independent practice, or use in small group to review skills. Answer keys for each page are included! Be sure to laminate for repea

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