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Students come in and pick a math fact from a chart the teacher has posted on the wall. On their paper, they write all the facts in that fact family, the meaning of the fact, the part-part-whole model, a pictorial representation, and the number line.

Multiplication Masters -- has a great way to get kids mastering their multiplication facts---could do this a change to "Math Masters" for addition facts :)

Whole part - K.OA.3. Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record each decomposition by a drawing or equation (e.g., 5 = 2 + 3 and 5 = 4 + 1). using this for a lesson plan! oh, pinterest ♥

Laminate a number ladder, cut small slits in top & bottom & add a pipe-cleaner with a small bead. Use the bead to slide up & down as you complete addition & subtraction problems (",)

Love this concept. I still use it to this day when I get a bit confused. Also, the numbers are inverse of themselves. 2x9= 18 9x9=81 Once you get to 45 and 54, you go backwards in reverse from there. I know, confusing, but it can help.

multiplication game! they pull out a cup and answer the fact, as long as they get it right, they get to keep stacking.. could use with add/subtract

Ms. Smith's Interactive Notebook - doing this especially for the factoring/multiples concepts. I always get that mixed up. Love that she uses visuals with the letters to help in remembering.

fact families and daily math idea from the 3 teacher chicks blog

3 Teacher Chicks: Amazing Math Facts Idea I learned! Promoting number sense!

Students come in and pick a math fact from a chart she has posted on the wall. On their paper, they then write all the facts in that fact family, the meaning of the fact, the part-part-whole model, a pictorial representation, and the number line. Anchor chart