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Using 5 frames to build fluency

Using 5 frames to build fluency
By the end of Kindergarten, students are required to fluently add and subtract within 5. Throughout the year, students have built conceptual understanding of addition and subtraction through joining and separating situations. They've also have ample experience working with Five…
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Fact Fluency- What is it?

Fact Fluency- What is it?
What is fact fluency? An important goal for third graders is to develop fluency with multiplication and division by the end of the school year. Fact fluency is the ability to think of numbers flexibly and respond accurately in about…
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Are Timed Tests Effective Tools for Teaching Fact Fluency?

Are Timed Tests Effective Tools for Teaching Fact Fluency?
"Drilling with out understanding is harmful. I'm not saying math facts aren't important. I'm saying math facts are best learned when we understand them and use them in different situations." ¬†Jo Boaler, Stanford University Read the trending¬†article about her research…
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