Progressive lesson assessments eliminate intimidation and create Mathematical confidence!
Each Factivation!® lesson includes several assessment options. One of which is the printable progressive assessments, designed to test only current and previously learned facts. This tutorial explains this valuable, versatile resource that can be used for both assessment and practice.
Color-Coded Foldable Flipbooks
No more messy flashcards! Introducing the Factivation!® Flipbooks…
If you’ve taught in the classroom for awhile, you know what happens to flashcards: lost, bent, torn, and oftentimes ending up stuffed in a desk or behind a bookcase. Those days are over! The colorful, compact Factivation!® flipbooks are fun to fold and simple to study! Each lesson includes an easy-to-construct flipbook that includes the facts from that lesson and their commutative counterparts, as well as a strategy prompt from the instructional video!
Deepen understanding of the concept of Multiplication and its connection to Division
Each Factivation!® lesson includes three Concept Builders, designed to deepen students’ understanding of the concept of Multiplication. This power printable allows for close examination of individual facts. Students will construct models, interact with Multiplication vocabulary, and connect the focus fact to its commutative and Division counterparts.
A Fluency Builder a day keeps low test scores away!
Not only does it keep low test scores away, but giving students this concentrated five minutes/day of targeted fluency practice builds Mathematical confidence as they see their own improvement from Challenge 1 to Challenge 4. If your goal is to build fact fluency (and we would assume that is is!), this is THE printable for your students.
We simplify the times table into small, brain-friendly groups!
How does Factivation!® make Multiplication facts so simple for students? It starts with condensing the times table into logical, manageable groups. Most Factivation!® lessons only contain three focus facts!
Let’s take a quick trip down memory lane: Think back to your elementary days when YOU were learning the (often dreaded) times tables.