Multiplication Facts Intervention!!
This intensive multiplication intervention was created to support our final students who were still not proficient in their fluency of their basic facts.
- Based off weekly assessment trackers scholars were
2-12 Multiplication Facts - Timed Assessments
24 mixed facts in 90 seconds
Passport to Advanced Proficiency- Our theme for the year on a bulletin board. Each fact had the picture of the destination the fact it represented and we constantly updated
For scholars who score below 80% they will write the multiples of the basic fact 4 times each in the correct order. The challenge is to be able to do it accurately off of memory.
A strategy we teach our scholars if you get stuck write out the
This is an adding and subtracting fractions assessment aligned to common core.
-Fraction Word Problems
There are 3 different levels of this assessment to ensure each scholar is receiving the appropriate
Revised Basic Multiplication Fact Training
1. Scholars recall from memory the facts. If scholars can recall the facts in order they should be able recall the basic facts.
2. 3x Each
3. Summary practice
4.Hardest facts to remember
A scaffolded multiplying mixed numbers by fractions for scholars who need more support with remembering all the steps. As scholars work through guided examples with extreme support the questions scaffold and the steps are taken away. Teacher then
Letter to parents asking for support with basic multiplication facts and explaining http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Multiplication-Basic-Facts-Assessments-2-12-816914
Passport to Advanced Proficiency
Homework for 5 nights
Modified homework included for students with IEP
Included: Color coding, sentence starters, word bank, hints, and examples
Suggestion: For students needing a higher level of support I would suggest writing
Special Education, Math Test Prep, Tools for Common Core
Easy to use classwork and homework for dividing unit fractions that has TWO versions for general education students and students with and IEP or who are ELL.
Use after Dividing Unit Fractions Introductory Lesson