Math Fact Stacks {Multiplication}

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1. Math fact fluency is a skill that greatly improves a student's confidence and ability to complete math problems accurately. This pack contains a large set of math fact flash cards, quick assessments and directions/ideas on how to successfully increase your student's math fact fluency using these mat
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Math fact fluency is a skill that greatly improves a student's confidence and ability to complete math problems accurately. This pack contains a large set of math fact flash cards, quick assessments and directions/ideas on how to successfully increase your student's math fact fluency using these materials. This program is meant to be completed independently and encourages the student to track their learning with a data sheet.

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Page 1: Title Page
Page 2: Purpose
Page 4: Math Fact Stacks directions and ideas
Page 5: Math Fact Stack Header Card
Page 6-35: Math Fact Stack Cards (see below for levels)

Level One- Multiplication of Zero
Level Two- Multiplication of Ones
Level Three- Multiplication of Twos
Level Four- Multiplication of Threes
Level Five- Multiplication of Fours
Level Six- Multiplication of Fives
Level Seven- Multiplication of Sixes
Level Eight- Multiplication of Sevens
Level Nine- Multiplication of Eights
Level Ten- Multiplication of Nines
Level Eleven- Multiplication of Tens
Level Twelve- Multiplication of Elevens
Level Thirteen- Multiplication of Twelves
Level Fourteen- Multiplication of Doubles
Level Fifteen- Mixed Multiplication Facts

Page 36-64: Multiplication Quick Assessments (2 per level)
Page 65-69: Data Sheets (1 teacher sheet, 1 student sheet and examples)
Page 71: Credits

Check out the other math fact stack packs in the Primary Punch store. Also available: addition, subtraction, division and a bundle pack!

3. OA. C.7 Fluently multiply and divide within 100, using strategies such as the relationship between multiplication and division (e.g., knowing that 8 × 5 = 40, one knows 40 ÷ 5 = 8) or properties of operations. By the end of Grade 3, know from memory all products of two one-digit numbers.

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