Friday, May 15, 2020

Learning Addition Math Facts with a Checklist


Do your students know their addition facts? 

How to you track what math facts students know? 


How to Learn Addition Facts



Having students keep track of their Math facts doesn't have to be hard. There are some organization tools you can use to help your students master their addition facts. Let's look at the process of learning math facts for mastery.  


Learning Addition Math Facts with a Checklist


Learning addition math facts is a process. Let's look at the progression of Addition Math Facts. At the beginning of Kindergarten students are learning to count to 20 and may know some of the 1s facts. By the end of Kindergarten students should be able to fluently add to 5. By the end of 1st grade students should know most of their addition facts

Addition Flash Cards


Practicing with flash cards helps focus on small math tasks.

There are many ways to get students to master math facts. One way is with flash cards for student practice. Students can practice at their own pace and focus on three, five, or seven math facts at a time. Once they master those, pick more to work on. These Addition to 20 math flash cards are 3.5 x 5 inches. You can print and place them in a photo (task card) box for easy storage. 

Addition Games


Playing math games is fun and engaging for students.

Another way students can learn math facts is with games. Learning through play is one of the best methods to memorize math facts. Addition to 20 math games are printable with playing cards and counting bears included. Students can choose from 11 different math mats to play. Easy to put at a math center or have a Friday game day with the whole class! Engaging students with games will motivate students to enjoy math and master their math facts at the same time.

Addition Worksheets




For students who are visual and concrete learners, working with worksheets and manipulatives is best. The Addition to 20 worksheets go through the levels of math addition to mastery. Try using worksheets with 20 or less problems. Students should be able to finish the worksheet of 20 problems in less than 10 minutes. If it takes the student longer you can break up the assignment and only highlight the problems they need to practice first. Allow them to come back to the other problems later and work on those. 

Learning addition math facts can be . Help and motivate students with an easy math facts checklist. This will help students keep track of what addition facts they know and what they need to know. Download the free math facts checklist here


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