# Mathematics decks

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**Tim Bottman**on Mar 11, 2014This set of facts includes all the turn‐around facts for the helping facts. Students should use their knowledge of multiplication and fact families to solve these facts.

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**Tim Bottman**on Nov 04, 2014This flashcard deck helps reinforce the concepts of halves (1/2) and quarters (1/4).

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**Tim Bottman**on Nov 04, 2014Are these greater or less than statements true or false. Uses the numbers 0 through 18.

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**Tim Bottman**on Mar 11, 2014The first set of multiplication facts that should be learned are the 2’s facts. Facts that have 2 as a factor are equivalent to the addition doubles (e.g., 2 x 6 is equivalent to 6 + 6) and should already be known by students who know their addition facts.

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**Tim Bottman**on Mar 11, 2014This set of facts includes all the turn-around facts for the doubles + 1. Students should use their knowledge of addition and fact families to solve these facts. For example, when solving 11 - 6, the student should ask, “What plus 6 equals 11?”.

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**Tim Bottman**on Mar 11, 2014This set of facts includes all the turn‐around facts for the fives facts. Students should use their knowledge of multiplication and fact families to solve these facts.

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**Tim Bottman**on Mar 11, 2014This level includes a review of all subtraction facts plus 6 facts that have not been covered by any strategies.

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**Tim Bottman**on Mar 11, 2014This set of facts includes all the turn‐around facts for the ones and zeros facts. Students should use their knowledge of multiplication and fact families to solve these facts.

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**Tim Bottman**on Mar 11, 201419 facts have zero as one of the addends. Although these facts seem to be the simplest of all, some students will overgeneralize the idea that answers to addition are bigger. Putting these facts into real life situations oftentimes help the students to reinforce the zero rule.

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**Tim Bottman**on Mar 11, 2014This set of facts includes all of the multiplication and division facts.