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Importance of learning math facts:
Automatic recall of basic math facts is so critical to development in math that it must be given serious attention. It makes possible a greater understanding of number sense and forms the brush strokes with which higherlevel math concepts are painted. Basic fluency in math facts is a must for students to have the confidence and capacity to do basic computation as well as think freely about the big ideas in mathematics.
Construct Meaning of Math Facts
Use Manipulatives coins, beans, candy etc.
Create problem solving stories  Use real examples they can relate to, then draw a picture of the problem, then write the problem
Clothespin Hangers: Place a number of clothespins on the bottom of a hanger to indicate a certain number. Separate the clothespins to show various number sentences.
Organizing Facts to Make Connections
Connect addition and subtraction and multiplication and division with fact families
Color patterns on a hundreds chart
Complete and use multiplication tables
Use tens frames
Build Automaticity
Skip counting songs
Card/Dice games
Wheel game
Online games
Online Resources:
HYPERLINK "https://xtramath.org" https://xtramath.org
All Grade Levels All facts
Basic fact practice, tracks student progress and customizes the practice based on need
HYPERLINK "http://www.mathfactcafe.com" www.mathfactcafe.com
All Grade Levels All facts
Practice flash cards on line or build math practice sheets
HYPERLINK "http://illuminations.nctm.org/ActivityDetail.aspx?ID=75" illuminations.nctm.org/ActivityDetail.aspx?ID=75
Addition up to 10 only
Great for building number sense for young children and practicing simple addition.
HYPERLINK "http://www.donnayoung.org/math/tricards.htm" www.donnayoung.org/math/tricards.htm
Printable triangular math fact cards great for practicing fact families
HYPERLINK "http://www.aplusmath.com" www.aplusmath.com
Rectangular flash cards practice online
HYPERLINK "http://www.uen.org/36interactives/math.shtml" \o "http://www.uen.org/36interactives/math.shtml" http://www.uen.org/36interactives/math.shtml
Utah Education Network  Math practice games  Fruit Splat multiplication and other games
HYPERLINK "http://www.arcademicskillbuilders.com" http://www.arcademicskillbuilders.com
Racing games for all operations and some other areas
Math Fact Card Games
(Modified from All Hands on Deck activity book for math games.)
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Addition, multiplication or subtraction facts
Use 1 card deck. Remove the face cards for younger students, or use them (J=11, Q=12, K=13) for older students.
The object is to win cards by being lucky to pick the greatest sum. Place the deck face down between 2 players. Each draws 2 cards and finds the sum. Player with the greatest sum takes all 4 cards. Continue with the rest of the deck. If both players have the same sum, each pulls 2 more cards. The winner of this 2nd pull wins all 8 cards. When the deck is used up, the player with the most cards wins.
Variations: Use subtraction instead of addition; just take the smaller away from the larger number. Use multiplication instead of addition. For 6th grade, use the red cards as negative numbers and the black cards as positive numbers for addition or for multiplication practice.
SUBTRACTION SNAP
Addition or Multiplication and subtraction facts
Use 1 card deck without the face cards. All cards have their number value.
The object is to win cards by being quickest at subtraction. Place the deck face down between 2 players. One player picks two cards and places them face up on the table. That player says their sum. The second player picks 1 card and places it to the side of the others. The goal is to find the difference of the sum and the 3rd card. That is, the subtraction can be done either way. The first player to call out the correct difference wins and collects all 3 cards. When the deck is used up, the player with the most cards wins.
1st 2 cards 3rd card Difference
4 + 7 = 11 7 11 7 = 4
1 + 2 = 3 10 10 3 = 7
Variations: The first player does not say the sum, so both players need to calculate it mentally. Or multiply the first 2 cards, rather than adding them.
SMALLEST REMAINDER
Division with remainders
Use 1 card deck, ace 9. All cards have number value.
The object is to create a division problem with the smallest remainder. Place the deck face down between 2 players. Each player picks 3 cards and arranges these to form at most three different division sentences.
For example, if a player selects 3, 9, and 5, he could make three problems:
39 5 = 7 R4
35 9 = 3 R7
93 5 = 18 R3
A player may be able to do some problems mentally, and will need to write down others for long division.
Meanwhile, the other player will do calculations with his own three cards. The player who makes the problem with the least remainder wins that round and earns 1 point. As players have more experience with this game, they will find strategies to improve their chances.
Continue until the deck is used up. The player with the most points wins.
Variation: Use different numbers of cards to make more difficult division problems.
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