My 6th graders have been through a lot in the last year due to Covid, and yet they are showing up in person (hybrid) and on Zoom ready to learn despite many obstacles! They are the epitome of resilience. Yet, with learning being so interrupted in the last 10 months, kids have not mastered their math facts, and they need some good old fashioned, low tech and yet highly effective, practice. Research shows time and time again that flash cards make a difference, and my students would benefit greatly from the practice flash cards would provide! With Covid-19 resource restrictions, we need more sets so everyone can have their own quality resource. We would love some help!
Mastering multiplication math facts makes learning new math easier! This is a fact. It’s also a fact that one of the most effective ways to study is through the use of flashcards. In a world full of high tech learning, sometimes old fashioned, low-tech strategies offer the best practice. With Covid-19 resource rules, each of my students would benefit from having their own set of flashcards (no sharing allowed) for practice. Learning these facts makes learning other concepts so much easier, and we are determined to master them this year! We could love some support in any way you can.
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