Math Fluency Overview

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Bradley County Schools Mathematics Fluency Guidelines for Primary Grades

UPDATED 5/27/14

 

·         Math fluency practice must begin early in the school year and continue throughout the year.

·         Math fluency practice must occur daily at school.

·         Math fluency practice must be differentiated for the learner.

·         Math fluency practice must continue after a child reaches proficiency.

Math Fluency Options

Rocket Math

XtraMath.org

Fact Fluency based on Strategies

  • Differentiated for the learner
  • Peer interaction
  • Visual, auditory, and written
  • 10 minutes a day
  • Track students’ progress
  • All materials on school server

Fluency Benchmark Standards can be found in the attached document.

  • Free account for teachers and students
  • Computer based intervention
  •  Diagnostic testing
  • Weekly email reports for teachers and parents
  • 10 minutes a day
  • All materials online at www.xtramath.org

Fluency Benchmark Standards for this site state that a student should know the correct answer within 3 seconds.

  • Paired Practice Concept
  • Printable fact fluency sets
  • 10 minutes a day
  • Teacher Assessment & Recording Mastery Chart
  • Fact Family Fluency
  • Visual, auditory, and written
  • Available for free at http://goo.gl/ZMXKvT
Fluency Benchmark Standards for this program state that a student should know the correct answer within 2-3 seconds.

 

Fact Fluency Requirements 

  • Please select a research based fact fluency program and notify your instructional coach and principal which program you will be using in your classroom.
  • Set a daily time in your schedule for fact fluency and notify your instructional coach and principal when he/she can expect this to occur.
  • Submit a list of students to your instructional coach and principal who are proficient with their math facts by May 8, 2015.  Use the appropriate fluency benchmarks for the selected program.

 

 

Common Core Fluency Recommendations

Grade Level

Kindergarten

First Grade

Second Grade

Third Grade

Fourth Grade

Fifth Grade

Common Core Standard for Fluency

·          Count to 100 by 1’s and 10’s with no prompting.

·          Match number sets 0 -20 with 100% accuracy.

·          Add and subtract within 5.

·          Add and subtract within 10.

·          Add and subtract within 20. (Know single digit sums from memory.)

·          Add and subtract within 100.

·          Multiply and divide within 100.

(Know single digit products from memory.)

·          Add and subtract within 1000.

·          Add and subtract within 1,000,000.

·          Multi-digit multiplication