BASIC FACTS SPEED MATHS 100 CLUB
ADDITION, SUBTRACTION, MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION
These math facts cards are a great way to improve fluency and instant recall of the basic facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Students compete against themselves, trying to beat their previous score. This activity may be self-marking.
Print an addition grid with the corresponding subtraction grid on the back, or multiplication with division on the back, one for each student. These are used over and over again and the students write their answers on paper or in their Maths books. You may choose to laminate these cards for increased durability. There is a choice of colour or black and white. Children answer as many algorithms as possible in three minutes. They can keep a record of their progress on the graphs provided. When a child can accurately answer 100 sums in three minutes they become members of the “100 Club” and receive a certificate. 50 Club certificates are also included.
You will find:
- Teacher instructions (1 page)
- Color operations cards (4 pages)
- Black and white operations cards (4 pages)
- Graphs (4 pages)
- 50 Club certificates – small (20 pages – 2 per page)
- 50 Club certificates – large (20 pages)
- 100 Club certificates – small (20 pages – 2 per page)
- 100 Club certificates – large (20 pages)
Each different certificate has 4 colours and B&W from which to choose.
These cards are great to use for homework, maths groups or quick warm-ups at the beginning of a maths lesson.
ACMNA055; ACMNA056; ACMNA057; ACMNA075; ACMNA076; ACMNA100; ACMNA101; ACMNA123.
(Source: Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA), downloaded from the Australian Curriculum website on (05/06/16).
Year 3 – 6
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