I struggle with fitting in math fact fluency for addition and subtraction during our school day. Since I am trying to move away from too many worksheets and only use those that I find will be valuable practice for the students, I was trying to figure out how to fit in time for fluency. Don’t get me wrong, I still use and love worksheets, but I really want to move toward content rich, fun, and engaging activities.
So I starting brainstorming different ideas and came across fluency strips. I decided to make some fluency strips for math facts because I thought this may be an answer to my dilemma.
I will be cutting these out, laminating them, hole punching them, and then putting them on a binder clip for students to use with white board markers. I’m hoping my students will love them! I made several versions so I can start them at the beginning of the school year.
So, I have a home laminator on order from Amazon and it is happily making its way to me. I cannot wait to give these a try with my students!
Hopefully I’ll be able to update this post to say my students loved these.
If you’re interested in trying them out yourself, click the pictures below for my addition, subtraction, ten frames, place value (tens and ones), and number bond fluency strips.