Why should students know their math facts?

Math facts are important because they are the building blocks for higher-level math concepts. Students need to know them. We want students to automatically know their facts instead of counting on their fingers. We encourage students to study their facts a little each night in order to meet our 4th-grade expectations
First Semester Expectations
  • Addition facts to 20 in 4 minutes - 100 problems
  • Subtraction facts to 20 in 5 minutes - 100 problems
  • Multiplication facts to 12 in 5 minutes - 100 problems
  • Division facts to 12 in 5 minutes - 100 problems
  • Mixed Operations in 3 minutes - 60 problems
Second Semester Expectations
  • Addition facts to 20 in 4 minutes - 100 problems
  • Subtraction facts to 20 in 4 minutes - 100 problems
  • Multiplication facts to 12 in 4minutes - 100 problems
  • Division facts to 12 in 5 minutes - 100 problems
  • Mixed Operations in 3 minutes - 60 problems
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