**This product is included in the Math Station Board Packs**
Fact Fluency is one of the most talked about skills that our kids struggle with. Students have trouble memorizing the facts! Teach them the strategies for finding facts they don't know!
Did you know a x 4 is really a double double? or a x 6 is really a half then double? Your students will be engaged with the strategies and just might memorize the facts without even realizing it!
The first two activities are designed to build a students understanding of the fact.
Visualize it asks the students to make fact cards with a twist- they draw 4 different representations of the fact on the front and put the fact on the back.
Triangle Math works on the fact family concept. Students need to learn the inverse relationship of multiplication and division. Students practice these skills together in this activity. Triangle pattern is included.
The next two games build fluency.
Bang- an oldie but goodie! Students draw sticks and give the answer. If they are correct they keep the stick! Watch out for the Bang! If a student draws a Bang stick- all of their sticks go back in the bucket. The one with the most sticks wins! This fun game can be played whole group, small group or independently.
Black Out- Students draw cards and answer the fact. They cover the product on their card. The first one to fill the card wins. 4 different game cards for each fact strategy are included.
The last two games provide fluency and a challenge!
Spinner games- 3 different game boards to choose from allow some choice in these games. Spinners for each fact strategy (Multiplication and Division) allow students to be on different fact strategies and still play together. The student spins and answers the fact, if they are correct a dice is rolled and the marker on the game board advances!
Looking for extra challenge? Number Puzzle will boggle the brain! Students put the puzzle together matching the math fact on one card to the answer on the other. The challenge is to match all 4 sides! Each fact strategy is included (Multiplication and Division).