This zip file contains 14 word doc files. Each file is set up to be printed as a half-page booklet with 4 pages (2 sheets, front and back). Each page in the booklet contains the same facts, but in a different order. Each page in the booklet is numbered (1 through 4) so students can be sure they are on the right page. Most fact quizzes have 30 facts. Quizzes that are titled “focus facts only” have 16 facts. Quiz "h and all fact" has 40 facts. The last quiz, with all facts, has 54 facts. Files are labeled with the facts included and suggested timing for timed quizzes (1, 2, or 3 minutes).
The facts are broken up into 9 groups:
a) Plus 0/Plus 1 (1,2,3,4,5)
b) Plus 0/Plus 1 (6,7,8,9)
c) Doubles to 10 (2,3,4,5)
d) Doubles to 18 (6,7,8,9)
e) 2+3, 2+4, 2+5, 3+4
f) 2+6, 5+3, 3+6, 2+7, 4+5
g) 2+8, 3+7, 4+6, 2+9, 4+7, 3+8, 5+6
h) 3+9, 4+8, 5+7, 4+9, 6+7, 5+8
i) 5+9, 6+8, 7+8, 6+9, 7+9, 8+9
Every day my students complete one page of the fact quiz and trade their pencil for a pen when our timer beeps. We go over the answers together and students make corrections with their red pens. While going over the quizzes, we discuss the strategies students can be using to solve the problems quickly. On Friday, the fact quiz is printed on the back of our weekly math quiz and students are assessed on their knowledge of the facts.
If you do not plan on reviewing the facts everyday as a class, you could differentiate by giving students different booklets. This would allow students to move through the facts at their own pace.