Reflection: Pacing Fact Family Sort - Section 4: Independent Practice


For the sake of sacred learning time, please do not let your students waste time on cutting the strips of equations apart. The skill being focused on in this lesson is the ability to identify members of a fact family by solving each problem and finding their house. Have the materials prepped and bagged so the kids can stick to the mathematical thinking.

  Be prepared, target your time
  Pacing: Be prepared, target your time
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Fact Family Sort

Unit 14: Fact Families
Lesson 3 of 3

Objective: SWBAT identify which equations belong in which fact families by sorting them into their proper houses.

Big Idea: While fact families are not required in kindergarten, it is very helpful for the kids to be exposed to them to support the depth of learning they will experience in first grade.

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