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FLUENCY. FLUENCY hunt!. Fluency Hunt adapted from Becky Reister, Madison County Teacher Leader. Search through your grade level standards to find the word “FLUENT” as it relates to addition and subtraction. …. . H i ghlight the standard !. Let’s share…. Let’s share…. Kindergarten.

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FLUENCY

FLUENCY hunt!

Search through your grade level standards to find the word “FLUENT” as it relates to addition and subtraction.…..Highlight the standard!

Let’s share….
• Kindergarten
Let’s share….
• Kindergarten – K.OA.5 FLUENTLYadd and subtract WITHIN 5.
Let’s share….
• Kindergarten
Let’s share….
• Kindergarten
• First Grade – 1.OA.6 Add and subtract within 20, demonstrating FLUENCYfor addition and subtraction WITHIN 10.
Let’s share….
• Kindergarten
Let’s share….
• Kindergarten
• 2.OA.2 FLUENTLY add and subtract WITHIN 20 using mental strategies.
• 2.NBT.5 FLUENTLY add and subtract WITHIN 100 using strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction.
Let’s share….
• Kindergarten
Let’s share….
• Kindergarten
• Third Grade- 3.NBT.2 FLUENTLY add and subtract WITHIN 1000 using strategies and algorithms based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction.
Let’s share….
• Kindergarten
Let’s share….
• Kindergarten
• Fourth Grade - 4.NBT.4FLUENTLY add and subtract MULTI-DIGIT WHOLE NUMBERSusing the standard algorithm.
Let’s share….
• Kindergarten
Let’s share….
• Kindergarten
Let’s share…
• Fifth Grade – Critical Area #1 Develop FLUENCY with addition and subtraction of fractions….
• Critical Area #2 – …They finalize FLUENCY with multi-digit addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division… cont…
• …They develop FLUENCY in these computations and make reasonable estimates of their results.
• 5.NBT.5 – FLUENTLY multiply multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm.
From the September 2011 edition of “Teaching Children Mathematics” (NCTM magazine)

“…a fluency approach to learning places a focus on developing and using mathematical strategies, with the goal of finding efficient, effective ways to apply known facts to derive unknown facts.”

Student doesn’t instantly recall 5+7….

…but knows that 7 can be broken down into two parts, 5 and 2, and applies that knowledge to derive the unknown fact

5 + 7 can be thought of as 5+ (5+2)

(5+5)+2

10+2= 12

So, looking back at our “Fluency” findings, where was the last time fluency with addition/subtraction is mentioned in the Common Core?
Last place…..fluently add/subtractis mentioned is….4.NBT.5 - Fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers using the

standard algorithm..

4.NBT.5 - Fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm.

First place"the standard algorithm" is mentioned….4.NBT.5 - Fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers using the

standard algorithm..

Standard Algorithm
• Is 4thgrade the first place mastery of the standard algorithm is mentioned?
First place"the standard algorithm" is mentioned is….4.NBT.5 - Fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers using the

standard algorithm..

1. Find the Math Standard Placemat for the grade level BEFORE the one you teach.2. Find Common Core Standards that support being fluent with addition and subtraction using the standard algorithm.3. Write each standard on a post-it note.4. Be ready to share.

Question: What would happen if a grade level didn’t focus on leading the students to mastery of the standards at that grade level?
FLUENCY

We can’t go around it……

FLUENCY

We can’t go over it….

FLUENCY

We can’t go under it….

FLUENCYWe have to go through it!
Don’t get caught!

The Standard Algorithm…..

It’s in the fourth and fifth grade Common Core for lots of reasons!

Kentucky Center for Mathematics
• Kentucky Numeracy Project
• http://www.kentuckymathematics.org/intervention/iKNP.asp
Teaching Strategies
• Number Talk
• Dot Cards
• Five Frames
• Ten Frames
• Arrow Cards
• Tri folded Cards
Number Talk
• http://www.mathsolutions.com/videolibrary.cfm

The first clip is an example of a number talk from a third grade classroom. This type of class discussion builds mental math computation strategies and offers many strategies for students to consider.

http://www.mathsolutions.com/MathTalk/videos/CRD_Gr1.swf

Video Clips of Formative Assessment and student misunderstandings
• http://www.mathsolutions.com/videopage/videos/Final/Cena.swf
• http://www.mathsolutions.com/videopage/videos/Final/Jonathan.swf
5 Frame Activities
• http://illuminations.nctm.org/ActivityDetail.aspx?ID=74
• http://www.ronblond.com/MathGlossary/Division01/Rekenrek/REKENREK/index.html
More math tools…
• Multiple representations of number and quantity
• Arrow Cards
• Tri Fold Cards
Open Number Line

2.NBT.5

Students may jump all of their tens at one time. Then with the ones place they would hop in groups. 83-40 one big jump and land on 43 hop off 3 to get to forty and hop off five more to land on 35.

Dreambox Virtual Tools
• http://www.dreambox.com/teachertools
• www.lluminations.org

Kentucky Center for Mathematics

• http://www.kentuckymathematics.org/intervention/iKNP.asp
• http://teachmath.openschoolnetwork.ca/Subitizing.htm
• http://teachmath.openschoolnetwork.ca/wordpress/kindergarten/number-sense/510-frmes/
• http://web.sd71.bc.ca/math/index.php?page=lessons-activities-kindergarten

Thank you for participating today.

Renee’ Yates

Regional Content Specialist

Kentucky Department of Education

Office of Next Generation Learners

Email: [email protected]