I can’t believe that the end of the school year is almost here, this year has flown by so quickly! By the end of third grade, the Common Core State Standards state that students should be fluent with their multiplication and division within 100. I don’t know about you, but my kiddos could always use some extra help in this area. Luckily the Multiplication Single-digit Fluency pack can help!
This Multiplication Single-digit Fluency pack is great to keep your third graders fluent with their multiplication facts to send them on to fourth grade ready to move on to multi-digit problems! This resource has everything you need to teach, or reinforce single-digit multiplication for your students. It even has directions on how to set up the pack!
Once you have set the baselines for your students (or the ones that really need that extra push), the pack is organized by skill set. So just print the sheets off and laminate them. I’m all about laminating the different worksheets. Students can use a dry erase marker to show you their work, and then simply wipe off and place back in the binder for the next kid. This way you save on your time spent at the copier. Organize worksheets in a binder for easy access. I print, laminate and cut the flash cards and then organize them in Ziploc baggies with the title taped to the front of the bag. This way the flashcards stay together.
The pack even has tracking sheets for individual students and the whole class. The individual sheets are great for the students to hold on to so they can track their progress and see where they need to go next. It keeps them motivated when they can take ownership of their own learning. The class assessment sheet is a great way for teachers to keep up with check in’s and see how the class is progress (or not progressing). If you see a few students not progressing past a certain skill, time for some interventions!
This Multiplication Single-digit Fluency pack can even be printed and sent home with those students that really need the extra support over the summer, and is easy for the students to follow on their own. Or you can simply print out the flash cards and organize them into Ziploc baggies and send them home with your students to practice on their own. Parents will love watching their child taking ownership of their learning! Remember, practice makes perfect (or close to it)!