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Fun Math Fluency Practice

How We Practice Math Fluency | Grades K-3

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Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!

Math practice may seem redundant but it’s necessary to build and maintain fluency. Thankfully, we discovered a fun way to do it!

To minimize “summer brain drain,” I wanted to introduce my kindergartner and second-grader to a new way of practicing math facts. Typically, I require them to complete one small worksheet a day during the summer months to keep their brains sharp. This year, however, I’ll be shaking things up a little bit.

Math Practice Activity Binder

Allow me to introduce my latest product at Nike Anderson’s Classroom, “My Math Practice Activity Binder!” This binder is a comprehensive bundle of activities that help facilitate math fluency for first, second, and third graders, depending on mastery level.

This resource includes 43 hands-on activities. Activities include addition, subtraction, regrouping, Arabic and Roman numerals, time, temperature, money, fractions, conversions, rounding numbers, multiplication, and division. Read the details below.

Nike Anderson shares Interactive Math Activities for First, Second, Third Grade.

Math Practice Activity Binder for First, Second, and Third GradeBUY NOW!

What inspired me to create this resource? I purchased a similar binder for my kindergartner with the intention of using it for summer practice and my second-grader griped about wanting one also. I couldn’t find a similar product that included all the key math concepts he learned this year, so I decided to create one for his grade level.

While I chose to use Velcro fasteners for repeated use, dry-erase markers may also be used to complete laminated activities for those of you who’d rather forgo the cutting. My boys absolutely love the Velcro fasteners, though, which are used to attach the answers to each math problem.

As a simple storage solution, I placed all the answer tabs into an envelope and used Velcro fasteners on the flap of each envelope. This ensures secure storage and the ability to reopen the envelope when needed. I also two-hole punched the envelopes so that I could store them in the binder next to their corresponding activity. See below for details!

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What skills does this activity binder help students develop and strengthen? Fluency in addition, subtraction, regrouping, Arabic and Roman numerals, time, temperature, money, fractions, conversions, rounding numbers, multiplication, and division, as well as the following:

  • Analytical thinking
  • Critical thinking
  • Logic
  • Problem-solving
  • Quantitative reasoning
  • Independence

Other uses for this resource include cut and paste, file folder games, math center activities, dry-erase workbook, interactive notebook, and more! You do not have to use this resource solely as an activity binder. Read below for details.

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I want to thank all of you for supporting Nike Anderson’s Classroom. I truly appreciate everyone who has used my product in their classroom.

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0 thoughts on “How We Practice Math Fluency | Grades K-3

  1. Becoming His Tapestry

    That’s a fantastic idea, Nike. Wish I had that when the girls were younger

  2. Nike Anderson

    Thanks! My boys really love these. The binders were supposed to be for the summer, but they couldn’t wait to use them:)

  3. breannamcawesome

    These are such a great idea!! I especially love anything reusable, and hopefully it’ll work well to keep kiddos learning through summer (and during a typical school year, too!)

    1. Nike Anderson

      They love these so much! They’ve actually been using them already so I hope they don’t get bored of them by summer:) Thanks for stopping by!

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    1. Nike Anderson

      Thank you for stopping by. You are too kind.

  6. Debra Hondros

    Regards for sharing the information with us.

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