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How to Teach Math Facts to Kids

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Which of the following is an alternative to flashcards that is similar in nature, but requires less paper?

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1. When teaching math facts sequentially, which operation should be instructed first?

2. T-charts can be created on which of the following surfaces?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Memorization of math facts is the foundation of a child's math fluency. Use these practice questions in the quiz and worksheet combo to check your understanding of several methods you can use to teach math facts.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

In these assessments you will be tested on different methods of math fact instruction, including:

  • T-charts
  • Tossing a ball while being quizzed
  • An alternative to flash cards

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension- ensure that you draw the most important information about different methods of teaching math facts
  • Knowledge application -use your knowledge to answer questions about teaching about which operation should be taught first
  • Information recall -access the knowledge you've gained about how to help students memorize math facts

Additional Learning

For more details about how to teach students their math facts, review the lesson called How to Teach Math Facts to Kids. It addresses objectives including:

  • Know the ideal order in which to teach math facts
  • Understand how to create and implement math fact activities
  • Understand how a variety of learning activities can help children memorize math facts
  • Know the importance of math facts in establishing children's math fluency
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