Somehow... fact fluency always seems to arise when speaking with parents.
What can I practice at home?
How is my child doing on his times tables?
How is she doing in math this week?
It can be overwhelming to keep data all in one place.
This makes fact fluency data-tracking easy!
With this resource, I like to print the two "cards" on card stock, cut the page in half so you can have two cards, and then go!
Write the date, circle the fact family the student is working with, circle the operation, circle the number (#) of problems on the given assessment, and then write students accuracy.
For some other ideas of how you can utilize this resource: