Math Facts Menu

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Math Facts Menu
Math Facts Menu
1.
Play Fact Dash:
http://www.mhschool.com/math/2009/ca/assets/factdash.html
2. Using the vis-a-vis pen and plastic sleeve sent home,
practice the fact of the week or previous weeksʼ facts.
Erase with a tissue and a bit of water.
3. Write out the fact families on a piece of paper or create fact
family triangles.
4. Visit ixl.com for addition, subtraction, multiplication, or
division fact practice.
5. Make flashcards for addition and/or subtraction facts.
6. Practice flash cards we make in class for multiplication and
division.
7. Play fact fun flaps with a partner (we will make in class and
send home).
8. Use the multiplication chart on the back of your homework
folder to find different products and quotients.
9. Flashlight math- Use flashcards and flip two cards at a time.
Kids shine a flashlight on the one they know and give the
answer. Donʼt have a flashlight? Make a math wand.
10. Addition Top It- Using a deck of cards, each player should
draw two cards, then add them together. The student with the
largest sum wins the round. You can play the same game with
dice. Challenge- use more than two dice or flip more than two
cards at a time.
12. Multiplication Top It- Using a deck of cards, each player will
draw two cards, then multiply them together. The student with
the largest product wins the round. You can play the same
game with dice. Challenge- use more than two dice or flip more
than two cards at a time.
13. Number Draw- Partners put hands behind their backs. On
the count of three, partners draw and show fingers. The first
person to say the product of the fingers shown, wins the draw.
14. Be Creative! Design a new game or way to practice facts.
Share with the class.
15. With an adultʼs supervision, look for new websites and apps
to practice math facts.

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