Basic Facts Links

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The Internet allows teachers and parents to provide differentiated practice for students to develop fact fluency. Many sites also provide scaffolded practice, allowing students to practice individual times tables or mixed practice so that students can build fluency by practicing specific problem areas.

Teachers may include these internet sites in weekly computer center practice and/or send the URLs to parents for additional practice time at home. This no-cost option addresses the concerns of some parents and teachers who see a need for additional practice to master these basic facts. In fact, some teachers find that combining games, computer practice, problem solving applications, and perhaps some friendly in-class competition motivates students to practice and master facts.

Internet Basic Facts Fluency Practice

Addition and Subtraction

Multiplication and Division

Mixed Practice

Featured Site: Math Magician Games

Students first select an operation (addition, subtraction, multiplication or division) then decide to practice target facts or mixed facts. They have only one minute to complete 20 questions correctly.

Check out the Math Magician Games site.