# Math Facts Journal

*The blog of MathFactLab*

*The blog of MathFactLab*

If you Google 'math facts websites', you'll be quickly overwhelmed with choices. If your students or your child need help with their math facts,...more »

When it comes to teaching math, there are a lot of different methods and strategies that teachers can use to help their students understand concepts and...more »

The good news about the 2 times table (or x2 multiplication facts) is that your students most likely already know them. Probably they know them in...more »

The 10 times table is the next set of facts for students to learn after getting the x2 facts under their belt. Students learn the x10...more »

After learning x2 and x10 multiplication facts, the next step for students is developing mastery of the 5 times table, or x5 facts. These are another...more »

Multiplication facts can be mastered without too much difficulty when they are taught using strategies, especially when those strategies build on previously...more »

Do you need ideas or strategies for helping your students develop multiplication fact fluency? This is the sixth blog in this series on teaching the...more »

Looking for best practices in teaching the 3 times table? You've come to the right place. In this blog series, I am working through a recommended...more »

The great news about the 9 times table is that by pointing out a few patterns within it, you can help your students learn them in short time. What...more »

This is my second fifth grade math review worksheet of the year. It is provided for free, and is in PDF format. Click here if you would like...more »

This is one of my favorite resources for helping my student to develop proficiency with 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication, also known as double digit...more »

I typically begin my fifth grade multiplication unit with this 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication strategies worksheet. I find it's a good...more »

Wednesdays, in my fifth-grade math classes, are review days - a time when my students work on a math spiral review paper. Also known as 'window panes',...more »

I created these multiplication flashcards as part of my master's project when I was a grad student at the Vermont Mathematics Initiative. I...more »

While typically the pages of MathFactLab's blog will be dedicated to helping students develop math fact fluency, because I am a fifth grade teacher and...more »

Let It Grow is a game I like to play with my students as they are working toward refining their skills with addition and subtraction of decimal numbers...more »

Because MathFactLab is dedicated to helping students develop math fact fluency, this blog will mostly be dedicated to the the teaching of math facts. ...more »

In our Addition/Subtraction learning mode, MathFactLab students study the addition facts and subtraction facts simultaneously. We take a...more »

At MathFactLab, our students study multiplication facts and division facts simultaneously. This approach harnesses the power of...more »

Practice should focus on making reasoning strategies more automatic, not on drilling isolated facts. - Arthur J. Baroody Most online math fact practice is...more »

Math fact fluency and math fact automaticity are often used interchangeably by educators, but it's worth understanding the difference between the two....more »