Build Number Sense and Fact Fluency

I am a bit behind and meant to post this LAST week...that is so the story of my life right now.

A-to-the-MEN, right?

Today I want to catch you guys up with  a review of the Facebook Live video  I did LAST Sunday!


This is an easy and QUICK method that a colleague shared with me!  She is an AMAZING math coach and always has the best advice! I believe this idea may be based on the program Math Their Way, but honestly, I am not sure.



I did have several forms that I shared in the video.  They are all available here FREE! I even added a blank set, in case your school community frowns upon any "magic" references.


I hope this helps your students become more fluent in math facts and number sense!

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  1. Yes, this is definitely a Math Their Way activity. Thanks for reminding me about it! I have second grade this year and this will make an excellent beginning of the year center activity for most of them. BTW - You rock at printing numbers upside down!
    Thanks for your consistent stream of excellent tips. I use so many of your suggestions in my classroom.

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  2. Mandy! I'm so glad I found you! Yes, math their way.....fantastic stuff! I teach kindergarten, and I introduce this activity called "break the train" where I use unified cubes and they record their addition findings on trains of 4,5, 6, etc, what ever the number they are working on.
    Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Yay! Thank you so much LOVE the idea of break the train...and such an easy tie to fact families later!!

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