Fact Families / Number Families (Multiply & Divide)
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This article explains how to use fact families to help children learn the basic addition and subtraction facts with single-digit numbers , and also contains a complete example lesson with exercises and word problems about fact families where the sum is 13 or A fact family is a group of math facts using the same numbers. The two videos below explain several strategies for learning addition and subtraction facts, including number rainbows and fact families. Fill in. In each fact family, color the marbles so they match the numbers in it.
As a whole class, the teacher presents students with 3 numbers on cards, such as 5, 8, and 3. The teacher asks the students to find all the ways the numbers can be put together in addition or subtraction sentences. The teacher will provide a set of frames, preferably on sentence strips in a pocket chart:. As the students determine the first equation, the teacher places the corresponding numbers in the pockets of the chart to represent it.