At the ripe age of seven, I received the best gift ever. Santa brought me a math keyboard! Of course, this was the time before computers were a household item. It was like an advanced computer system!
All I had to do was guess the product or sum and press a button to check my answer. It was like magic. It was the best car companion because it kept me busy. Without a doubt, that little gift taught me my multiplication tables. I became so fluent that I won the multiplication bee for my class!
You never forget something like that. You know what else you never forget? Watching your students build confidence the way I did! Okay, so those math keyboards may be a little outdated, BUT the creator of those was on to something.
I’ve been working on this math fact fluency resource for four years now.
It’s something I’ve used with my own students, but I’ve always had them create their own. A friend of mine convinced me to make this resource available for all students with one click of a button.
So, I’ve spent countless hours coming up with the best way to teach students math fact fluency! The kind of practice where they can check themselves. The kind of practice they can use over and over again. The kind of practice that makes teaching math facts doable.
These math fact fluency folders are so easy to use in your classroom. The best part is that students can independently practice anytime! They’re also low prep with easy to cut lines. My kids absolutely love flipping the tabs over to check their answers.
Give your students the confidence they deserve with these Math Fact Fluency Folders! You’re going to love seeing BIG results with little effort. Plus, you’ll have everything you need to teach fact fluency for 1st and 2nd grade!
If you are looking for more ways to make math learning fun for your elementary students, check out my post here on elementary math games!