## Math Fact Fluency: Math Fact Fluency Artifact 1.pdf

Math Fact Fluency Artifact 1.pdf
Student Handout

This is a sample of the blank times tables students complete during a timed fact fluency session to introduce/emphasize fluency, flexibility, and efficiency.
Student Handout

This is a sample of the blank times tables students complete during a timed fact fluency session to introduce/emphasize fluency, flexibility, and efficiency.

Instructional Openings

# Math Fact Fluency

My students engage in a strategy called Math Fact Fluency for a few minutes each class period. They use a dry erase marker to fill in a blank multiplication table inside a plastic sheet protector according to a specific rule (by 2s, by 5s, etc.). I use this strategy to help my students notice patterns within the multiplication table and to develop a deep conceptual understanding of multiplication.

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Students In Action

Student Handout

This is a sample of the blank times tables students complete during a timed fact fluency session to introduce/emphasize fluency, flexibility, and efficiency.

Students In Action

Student Handout

This is a sample of the blank times tables students complete during a timed fact fluency session to introduce/emphasize fluency, flexibility, and efficiency.
Freddy Esparza
Aspire Titan Academy
Los Angeles, CA

#### About this strategy

Prep Time:
Long
Subject:
Math
Grade:
Third grade
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