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A License to Think

license to think

A great article from Teaching Children Mathematics on achieving fact fluency in a humane way WITHOUT a bunch of timed tests. It is all about giving your students DAILY opportunities to discuss mathematics.

Assessing Basic Fact Fluency

assessing fact fluency

This is a great article to get teachers thinking reflectively on fact fluency, how they thing of it, and how best to achieve it with our students. Please read this!


Carroll County Public Schools


Find your grade level on the left. Then click on the topic you want to teach. Browse through the numerous cool resources they have found for you!

Computational Fluency System

comp fluency

This technique can be used at any grade level with any of the four operations. Easy-to-make fact fluency cards using 3x5 index cards and Avery labels.


DreamBox virtual manipulatives


You don't need to buy DreamBox to use their virtual manipulatives. These virtual manipulatives can be used in large- or small-group instructional settings with your interactive white board or projector, or on computers.


EngageNY Washington State Math Users Group

WA EngageNY

A community of educators committed to improving math instruction and assessment to help students meet the Common Core Challenge through the use of EngageNY/Eureka Math.


Enrichment for 1st and 2nd grade mathematics

Are you a 1st or 2nd grade teacher needing to enrich your curriculum? Need a little something extra to bring a particular standard to life? Try something from this list...


Fact fluency for Addition & Subtraction

fact fluency add sub

Students must first conceptually understand the fact strategies (doubles, doubles plus one, combinations of ten, etc) BEFORE focusing on fluency and speed. Once the strategies are firmly in place, students can then begin to focus on fluency and speed. 


Fact Monster

fact monster

Students practice their fact fluency for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using this online webtool.


Fluency WITHOUT timed tests

fluency covers

A thought provoking idea: Using games to build conceptual understanding and mathematical fluency.


Freckle Math - differentiated math instruction



Common Core-aligned online math practice for K-8. This is not aligned specifically to Eureka Math, but it is aligned to CCSS.



Lost of simple online math games for TK - 5.


Illustrative Mathematics


Resources arranged under the Standards for Mathematical Content. Great math problems to use with your students.


Inside Mathematics


These Problems of the Month are organized  by grade level and main topic for that level. These grade‐level expectations are just estimates and should not be used as an absolute minimum expectation or maximum limitation for students. The structure of a Problem of the Month is a low floor and a high ceiling, so that all students can productively engage, struggle, and persevere.


K-5 Math Teaching Resources


This site provides several engaging sample lessons for each standard at each grade level from K to 5.


Math Collective

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The Math Collective is a group of K-8 teachers and math coaches who hope to spread progressive math education to all the students of New York City. They are a collective: their materials and professional development workshops are developed among their members and always shared.




math collective web page







Math Fact Cafe

math fact cafe

Math Fact Cafe is a website that generates free math worksheets. This includes math fact worksheets, flashcards, counting, time, and money problems.


Math Playground


This website has it all: number games, flash cards, virtual math manipulatives, The best part of this site are...






Matific takes a unique approach to teaching K to 6 math using hands-on and interactive mini-games, called episodes. These immersive bite-sized apps for tablets and personal computers are based on a modular and progressive spiral learning system.



Challenging math problems worth solving! 

"Open middle” problems have these characteristics:

  • they have a “closed beginning” meaning that they all start with the same initial problem.
  • they have a “closed end” meaning that they all end with the same answer.
  • they have an “open middle” meaning that there are multiple ways to approach and ultimately solve the problem.