Math Fluency Kits fills the fluency gap in today’s math curriculum
Math Fluency Kits are a supplemental program that provides everything educators need to teach and reinforce multiple strategies that build number sense. The powerful combination of Math Talks and Number Strings improve a student’s ability to think about numbers flexibly, efficiently, and accurately—building a strong foundation of mathematical reasoning for future math success.
How it Works
Use Number Strings to help students construct mental strategies and to systematically nudge them toward efficiency.
Teachers use demonstration manipulatives to model how to solve a problem, which then becomes a tool for student thinking.
Apply and Discuss
Through Math Talks generate discussions about efficient, clever, and elegant strategies for the given problem and numbers.
Extend your Daily Math Fluency lessons
Hands-on student games and activities from the Daily Math Fluency Centers Kits reinforce and support new skills and strategies.
Components & Configurations
Math Fluency Kit
Grade-level kits include 60 Math Talks and 120 Number strings that provide powerful practice in just 10 minutes a day.
Math Fluency Centers Kit
Reinforce new skills and strategies with grade-level kits that include 40 activities and manipulatives for up to 6 students.
Math Fluency Intervention
Targeted instructional kits to use with students who are struggling with core number concepts.
Building math fluency should be a daily, year-long activity. This helps develop efficiency, flexibility, and accuracy in your students’ grasp of basic math facts. The good news is this can be done in less than 10 minutes a day!
How to Build Math Fluency
Building math fluency consists of two major components: Number Strings …
Brittany Goerig is the lead author and co-creator of Daily Math Fluency. Brittany spent 17 years in the classroom as an elementary math teacher and has created and conducted professional development for teachers for the past 15 years. She is passionate about helping children and teachers construct their own mathematical knowledge based on understanding the relationships in mathematics.