Learning Basic Single-Digit Combinations (Facts): Developing Important Ideas in Mathematics; Part II – Developing Number Strings to Build Derived Strategies
This month, I would like to concentrate on ways to develop number strings with students. Multiplication will be featured as the operation around which these number strings can be formed.
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Learning Basic Single-Digit Combinations (Facts): Developing Important Ideas in Mathematics; Part I – The Case
This is the first in a series of articles that proposes a different instructional approach and purpose for becoming fluent in recalling basic single-digit combinations in all four operations.