How important is math fact fluency?
We know that by 6th grade students are expected to add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers fluently (TEK 6.3D). We also know that math fact fluency is key to success in math at all grades. Using the FACTastic Math Strategy System can help your students become more fluent with their math facts.
Check out this classroom example of students using the FACTastic cards.
In this video students use the FACTastic cards to practice doubles plus one addition, which is helping them master TEK 1.3D, apply basic fact strategies to add and subtract within 20, including making 10 and decomposing a number leading to a 10. Using the FACTastic cards is a great way to increase student engagement and participation and to improve student academic success.
What is the FACTastic Math Strategy System?
The FACTastic Math Strategy System is a comprehensive program for teaching basic math facts through strategy-based instruction. Using the FACTastic Math Strategy System can help your students acquire the flexible thinking they need to be able to see a number in several forms and use the knowledge and skills they already possess to find a solution for an unknown fact. In addition to building flexible thinking, teaching of strategies to recall basic facts improves math calculation skills which are necessary for success on STAAR.
Want to learn more? Register today!
To learn more about how to use the FACTastic Math Strategy System in your classroom, register today for To Drill or Not To Drill? Math Fact Strategy Instruction.
All attendees will receive a set of the FACTastic Math Strategy System. Day 1 attendees will receive the FACTastic Math Strategy System for addition/subtraction and Day 2 attendees will receive the FACTastic Math Strategy System for multiplication/division. Check out this video to learn more about the FACTastic Math Strategy System.
Date: November 12 & 13, 2018
Time: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Go to Ecampus and search for the following course numbers.
- Day 1, November 12, Addition and Subtraction, #FA1840432
- Day 2, November 13, Multiplication and Division, #FA1840433
Stay tuned to the What’s So Special … blog for more videos featuring classroom examples of FACTastic in action!
For more information contact Gretchen Kehrberg, firstname.lastname@example.org.