Games and Resources
The link below contains strategies you should use to reinforce strategy development to help with fact fluency. Research shows only 30% of the population are rote memorizers. Therefore, memorizing your facts is an ineffective strategy to improve fact fluency. Once students have a strategy in place, you can implement flash cards and/or timed tests. However, you should only assess knowledge of facts in which students have mastered a strategy.
SEE THESE LINKS FOR MANY GAMES:
Addition and Subtraction
Multiplication and Division

More Information on Fact Fluency

Penny White Boards
Multiplication








Kindergarten
Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3
Assessment




September-October
Focus on Strategy Instruction
Addition



Subtraction



Equal Five

Equal Sign Assessment

Addition 1 Minute Assessment


Addition 2 Minutes Assessment


Subtraction 1 Minute Assessment

Subtraction 2.5 Minutes Assessment

Multiplication



Division



November-January
Addition


Subtraction


Addition


Subtraction


Equal Seven

Equal Sign Assessment

Addition 1 Minute


Addition 2 Minutes


Subtraction 1 Minute

Subtraction 2.5 Minutes

Multiplication




Division




February-March
Addition
See Quarter 2 Assessment

Subtraction


Addition

Subtraction

Recording Sheet

Equal 10


Equal Sign Assessment

Addition 1 Minute



Addition 2 Minutes



Subtraction 1 Minute


Subtraction 2.5 Minutes


Multiplication



Division



April-June
Addition
See Quarter 2 Assessment

Subtraction
See Quarter 3 Assessment
Addition

Subtraction

Recording Sheet

Equal Sign Assessment

Addition 1 Minute


Addition 1 Minute 30 Seconds


Subtraction 1 Minute

Subtraction 2.5 Minutes


Multiplication

Division



Articles
Assessment

Activities


Parent Involvement


Addition and Subtraction



Multiplication and Division

Struggling Students



Videos