Computational Fluency
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Developing Computation Fluency
A powerpoint the describes the main components of computational fluency.
Resources referenced in this powerpoint:
CGI Problem sets.doc
CRA for multidigit subtraction.doc
Multidigit Multiplication Learning Progression, examples and resources.doc
Multi-digit division with examples.docx
math across the curriculum.doc
IISD Fluency Packet
A packet of student workpages for assessing and developing fluency with math facts.
Developing Automatic Recall of Addition and Subtraction Facts
, by Louise Spear-Swerling. June 2006. Available at
http://LDonline.org
NUMBER TALKS - MENTAL MATH AND COMPUTATION STRATEGIES
Number Talks: Helping Children Build Mental Math
and Computation Strategies, Grades K-5
, by Sherry Parrish
Includes DVD
Available at Amazon
ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION RESOURCES
The Teaching Channel - Subtraction as a Confidence Builder
(using alternate methods for subtracting to build students' confidence in their math ability)
MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION RESOURCES
Types of multiplication and division problems
, including ones with remainders (CGI problem types)
Multi-digit multiplication activities and assessments
Multi-digit multiplication activities and assessments.docx
including a learning progression for diagnosing difficulties
Multiplication area model virtual manipulative from NLVM
(scroll down to Rectangle Multiplication; see also Rectangle Division)
Multiplication table virtual manipulative from PHET
The Product Game
virtual manipulative from NCTM Illuminations ---
The Factor Game
from NCTM Illuminations ---
Paper Game Boards
Factor Tree
and
Hundreds Chart
, virtual manipulatives from NLVM (scroll down to Factor Tree or Hundreds Chart; Factor Tree helps with prime factors; Hundreds Chart helps with skip counting and seeing interesting patterns)
Developing Computational Fluency with Whole Numbers in the Elementary Grades
, by Susan Jo Russell
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Developing Computation Fluency A powerpoint the describes the main components of computational fluency.

Resources referenced in this powerpoint:

CGI Problem sets.doc

CRA for multidigit subtraction.doc

Multidigit Multiplication Learning Progression, examples and resources.doc

Multi-digit division with examples.docx

math across the curriculum.doc

IISD Fluency Packet A packet of student workpages for assessing and developing fluency with math facts.

Developing Automatic Recall of Addition and Subtraction Facts, by Louise Spear-Swerling. June 2006. Available at http://LDonline.org

## NUMBER TALKS - MENTAL MATH AND COMPUTATION STRATEGIES

Number Talks: Helping Children Build Mental Mathand Computation Strategies, Grades K-5, by Sherry ParrishIncludes DVD

Available at Amazon

## ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION RESOURCES

The Teaching Channel - Subtraction as a Confidence Builder (using alternate methods for subtracting to build students' confidence in their math ability)## MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION RESOURCES

Types of multiplication and division problems, including ones with remainders (CGI problem types)

Multi-digit multiplication activities and assessments Multi-digit multiplication activities and assessments.docx including a learning progression for diagnosing difficulties

Multiplication area model virtual manipulative from NLVM (scroll down to Rectangle Multiplication; see also Rectangle Division)

Multiplication table virtual manipulative from PHET

The Product Game virtual manipulative from NCTM Illuminations --- The Factor Game from NCTM Illuminations --- Paper Game Boards

Factor Tree and Hundreds Chart, virtual manipulatives from NLVM (scroll down to Factor Tree or Hundreds Chart; Factor Tree helps with prime factors; Hundreds Chart helps with skip counting and seeing interesting patterns)

Developing Computational Fluency with Whole Numbers in the Elementary Grades, by Susan Jo Russell