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Improve Math Fact Fluency with Super Heroes!


I created this set of games because we all know. . .
'worksheets do not grow dendrites'!
Learning games provide a fun, non threatening opportunity 
for students to get the needed practice to increase their math fact fluency.
They will be engaged and having fun.
And you will NOT have any papers to grade!
Sounds like  WIN WIN!
These math fact fluency addition games were designed using the mental math strategies. Research confirms that students learn the basic math facts quicker if they learn them in the context of the mental math strategies. Mental Math strategies not only help students increase their math fact fluency, but they are understanding number sense and how the numbers are related to each other.
My kids love this game!  BANG!
Notice the mental math strategy card - game rules are on the back.
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These math fact fluency games were designed using the mental math strategies.  
Research confirms that students learn the basic math facts more quickly if they learn them in the context of the mental math strategies.  
Mental Math strategies not only help students increase their math fact fluency - but they are increasing their number sense and how the numbers are related to each other.
Your students will enjoy playing these engaging Super Hero addition games with their friends and increase their fluency in the process!
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Each game comes with a small mental math strategy poster,
and the game rules on the flip side.
This is an additional way to cement those strategies in the student's minds.

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I love things organized - don't you?!
I print, laminate, bag, and put them all in a box for easy access.
I use weekly assessments, and create small group by the strategy each needs more practice on.
I love seeing my kids 'flourish' in their math fact fluency!
and so will you!

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  2. I do centers of different activities to help keep them engaged in the repitition

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    1. Great way of providing repetition! Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Lots of mental math strategies!

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  4. That's a tough one for me. My first year it was a big part of our math program. I piloted a different math program the following year which had no strategies included. Last year we had a completely new series that also didn't go into any mental math strategies. This summer I am going back to the first program to go through the strategies I liked best, turn them into focus lessons to teach in small groups, and finally find/make games to practice these!

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    1. I am so delighted to hear that you are going to teach the mental math strategies to your students!

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  5. I do lots of repetition using games and whatever else I can find to make it fun.

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  6. I like to work on adding ten and subtracting ten with a hundred's board.

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    1. Great idea! The hundred's board gives such a great visual understanding!

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  7. Is there a link for the games? I can't seem to find one.

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    1. Hi, Clair - the links are working now!

      Click on any of the pictures.
      :)

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