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Math Fact Fluency Kit (Multiplication)

Math Fact Fluency Kit (Multiplication)
Math Fact Fluency Kit (Multiplication)
Math Fact Fluency Kit (Multiplication)
Math Fact Fluency Kit (Multiplication)
Math Fact Fluency Kit (Multiplication)
Math Fact Fluency Kit (Multiplication)
Math Fact Fluency Kit (Multiplication)
Math Fact Fluency Kit (Multiplication)
Product Description
This a bundle of activities, tracking sheets (for student and teacher), games, worksheets, etc. for 0-12 multiplication math fact fluency. See contents list below:

Pg. 1 – Multiplication Review: To be given to students as warm-ups, homework, or for independent practice. Students can focus on the whole sheet or specifically on the fact families they are struggling with.

Pg. 2 – Student Multiplication Fluency Assessment: This should be given monthly and returned to students, so that they can track their fluency.

Pg. 3- Student Tracking Sheet: This sheet is used by students to track their own scores and see their progress.

Pg. 4 - Student Bar Graph Sheet: This can be used with Pg. 3, so that students can have a visual representation of their progress. They will look at their score and use a ruler to shade in the bar up to the category their score falls in.

Pg. 5- 8 – Multiplication Grab!: A multiplication fluency game for students to play. Includes: directions sheet and playing cards.

Pg. 9 – “The Tricky Ones”: This is a printable worksheet for students to complete. They are asked to think of the three fact families that are the hardest for them and come up with strategies for becoming fluent in them.

Pg. 10 & 11 – “Multiples, Galore!” These are printable worksheets for students to complete. They are asked to list the first ten multiples of each digit, 1-12. Page 10 covers 1 through 6 and Page 11 covers 7 through 12.

Pg. 12- “Write About It: A Math Journal Entry” This is a lined journal entry sheet, that asks students to reflect on their fluency progress.

Pg. 13 – Teacher Record Forms: There are two forms for teacher use. The first is used to record the date that a student “masters” a set of facts. The second is to record the scores from the monthly assessments from August-April all on one sheet.


Aligned with CCSS:
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.B.4
“Fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm”.
Total Pages
16 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
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