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Fact fluency is very important, but it's hard to find fun ways to practice math facts. That's why I've created these math fact fluency sorts. They are a fun, quick way to practice math facts in centers, stations, guided math groups, or as independent practice.
There are 12 addition and subtractio

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Tired of students struggling with basic computation? We know quick recall of basic facts is essential to future success in math , but how do you keep fluency practice from getting stale and boring? Addition Gotcha replaces those drill & kill worksheets that just don't work for some kids.
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Tired of watching your students struggle with basic computation? We know the ability to quickly recall basic facts is essential to future success in math, but computational fluency doesn't have to involve drill-and-kill or boring worksheets. Gotcha replaces those activities without sacrificing the s

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Addition Fact Fluency Practice
This is a set of 14 practice pages for addition facts, plus 12 half-sheets quizzes, and one-third sheet practice with facts presented horizontally for even more practice!
There are 25 problems per page/15 problems for each half-sheet:
+0, +1, +2, +3, +4, +5, sums to

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You know how frustrating it is when you see your students struggling to remember their math facts. I’ve been there too! And that is why I created Math CHAMPS Camp. After you implement this rotation system, you will be amazed at how greatly your students increase their math fact fluency!
The Math

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Also included in: Math Fact Fluency Addition and Subtraction Program BUNDLE

Fact fluency is very important, but it's hard to find fun ways to practice math facts. That's why I've created these math fact fluency sorts. They are a fun, quick way to practice math facts in centers, stations, guided math groups, or as independent practice.
There are 11 addition and subtraction

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Tired of watching your students struggle with basic computation? We know quick recall of basic facts is essential to future success in math, but memorizing subtraction facts doesn't have to involve drill-and-kill or boring worksheets. Subtraction Gotcha replaces those boring worksheets and flashcar

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Have your students practice their ADDITION, SUBTRACTION, MULTIPLICATION, and DIVISION facts through this fun, engaging, kinesthetic activity!
**Check out a sample of the multiplication resource - Multiplication Exercise Activity FREEBIE!
Your students will be shown a math fact - they will sol

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Tired of watching your students struggle with basic computation? We know quick recall of basic facts is essential to future success in math, but memorizing division facts doesn't have to involve drill-and-kill or boring worksheets. Division Gotcha replaces those boring worksheets and flash cards th

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What a great way to help your students learn how to add and subtract fluently on their own level! This pack includes 3 leveled games to meet the needs of your students!
Level 1: Forest Fact Fun Addition and Subtraction Facts to 5
Level 2: Forest Fact Fun Addition and Subtraction Facts to 10
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Marker Mats are a fun way for students to practice math facts to 20. Throughout this pack you will find so many ways to differentiate for your students’ specific needs!
Let me give you a quick rundown on how the game is played.
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Place Marker Mat in a page protector
Cut out cards (I like to w

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These math activites address the fluency standards for grades K - 2.
Addition and subtraction to 5.
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Addition and subtraction to 10.
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Addtion to 100.
The activities can be used with small groups, placed in a math station or sent home as fun homework.
Includes standards, directions, five and

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Roll & Go
Students roll 3 dice and try to create a target number using the four operations (+, -, x, or ÷).
When they correctly make the number they chose, they cover that space with their colored marker.
The winner is the player with the most numbers covered in a given time or when the board

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Kindergarten Math Facts Fluency Practice Addition and Subtraction 0 to 5 - This is a set of 20 worksheets that will help the kids improve their fluency in addition and subtraction 0 to 5.
The students will simply have to cut the numbers at the bottom of the page, then glue them in the correct boxe

These math fact boost activities are an easy way to incorporate math facts daily. You can reuse these stations multiple times before switching them out!
Once students are taught how to complete the activities, they are set to use any of the “Math Fact Boost” sets of activities. The theme simply c

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These math fact boost activities are an easy way to incorporate math facts daily. You can reuse these stations multiple times before switching them out!
Once students are taught how to complete the activities, they are set to use any of the “Math Fact Boost” sets of activities. The theme simply c

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These math fact boost activities are an easy way to incorporate math facts daily. You can reuse these stations multiple times before switching them out!
Once students are taught how to complete the activities, they are set to use any of the “Math Fact Boost” sets of activities. The theme simply c

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I designed these short fluency practice sheets to be used in a
fluency station during math station rotations. They merge both multiplication and division practice in one sheet.
They are meant to be a short burst of practice for fact fluency.
You could use these short checks as untimed quizzes for

These 3 stations will provide students practice with math facts within 20 in order to build fluency of math facts.
Student direction cards and material list. All stations use dice and paper. One is specifically a 2 person station and the other two could be used as partner stations or independent s

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Pick Your Product
CCSS 4.OA.A.1
Game for Multiplication Fact Fluency Practice
Students practice their fact fluency by drawing cards and multiplying the numbers. Then, they find the product on the game board. If that number open, they may capture it with their colored marker. The first player to

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These math fluency cards are a different way for students to practice and learn math facts without the dreaded timed tests. Each card represents 4 different examples of a basic addition math fact.
Print these cards on labels (6 labels per page) and stick them on index cards to create flashcards.

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Students will use these cards to add and subtraction within 1000, none of these problems require regrouping, and multiplication and division within 100.
I use these cards as my math fact fluency station and the students check their work with a calculator.
Since all of the problems can easily be s

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Odds & Evens
Math Fact Fluency & Multiplying By Powers of 10 Game
Students use dice to roll numbers.
Even numbers stay the same and odd numbers are multiplied by 10.
The two numbers are then multiplied together to create their score for that round.
The winner has the highest score after 5

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