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Students who need a little boost in math will come to see me on a weekly basis. Depending on the amount of assistance that is needed, they may see me any where between 2 and 5 days each week for 30 minutes during their intervention block. We will build on the skills that are being addressed in their math classes through minute math challenges, skills practice, problem solving activities, and games.
- Everyone needs a little help some time
Every child faces a stumbling block in math at some point in their career. It may be in the beginning when they are just learning to recognize their numbers, in the middle when they can't seem to recognize their facts, or later in their career when they need to figure out how to study math. Please use this site as a resource to help you and your child throughout the year.
I try to add resources as I find them throughout the year so check often. If you are looking for something special or if you find a resource that you would like to share please message me in the BLOG and I will add more resources.
- Number Recognition Cards
Print these cards. You can use these as flash cards or you can play a game like memory or go fish to see if your child recognizes the representations that are the same.
- 1st Grade
- Addition Flash Cards
By the end of first grade your child should be able to solve addition problems without using their fingers.
- 2nd Grade
- Subtraction Flash Cards
By the end of second grade your child should be able to add and subtract without using their fingers.
- 3rd Grade
- Multiplication Flash Cards
By the end of third grade your child should know their addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts.
- Division Flash Cards
Fourth graders should know their addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts by heart.
- 4th Grade
- 5th Grade
- 6th Grade
- Online Timed Tests (add, subtract, multiply)
Track fluency with these tests. See if students can improve their time, their score, or both from one week to the next.
Play games and compete world wide or with friends in your class as you boost your mental math skills.
- Sheppards Games
Skills practice for all levels. Students can work on shape recognition, money, basic addition and subtraction all the way up to fraction practice.
- Study Jams
Students can learn new skills in a different way by watching these fun videos.
- Math Playground
Students can practice just about any skill that they are working on in class. Games, worksheets, and manipulatives are available.
- Fun Brain
Students can play a variety of games, selected either by skill, game type, or grade level.
- Calculation Nation
Math games for students in grades 4-7, this site was created by the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics.