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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

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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