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FLUENCY hunt! FLUENCY Fluency Hunt adapted from Becky Reister, Madison County Teacher Leader

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Kindergarten

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Kindergarten – K.OA.5 FLUENTLY add and subtract WITHIN 5.

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Kindergarten First Grade

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Kindergarten First Grade – 1.OA.6 Add and subtract within 20, demonstrating FLUENCY for addition and subtraction WITHIN 10.

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Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade

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Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade – 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.

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Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade Third Grade

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Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade 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.

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Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade

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Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade - 4.NBT.4 FLUENTLY add and subtract MULTI-DIGIT WHOLE NUMBERS using the standard algorithm.

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Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade

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Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade

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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…

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… 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.

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“…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.”

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Handout

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… but knows that 7 can be broken down into two parts, 5 and 2, and applies that knowledge to derive the unknown fact can be thought of as 5+ (5+2) (5+5) = 12

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standard algorithm..

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What else do you notice about this fourth-grade standard? 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.

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standard algorithm..

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Is 4 th grade the first place mastery of the standard algorithm is mentioned?

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standard algorithm..

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K.CC.1K.CC.2K.CC.3K.CC.4K.CC.5K.CC.6 K.OA.1K.OA.2K.OA.3K.OA.4K.OA.5K.NBT.1

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4.NBT.4 2.OA.12.OA.22.OA.32.OA.42.NBT.12.NBT.22.NBT.32.NBT.42.NBT.52.NBT.62.NBT.72.NBT.82.NBT.9 1.OA.11.OA.21.OA.31.OA.41.OA.51.OA.61.OA.71.OA.81.NBT.11.NBT.21.NBT.31.NBT.41.NBT.51.NBT.6 K.CC.1K.CC.2K.CC.3K.CC.4K.CC.5K.CC.6 K.OA.1K.OA.2K.OA.3K.OA.4K.OA.5K.NBT.1

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4.NBT.4 3.OA.93.NBT.13.NBT.2 2.OA.12.OA.22.OA.32.OA.42.NBT.12.NBT.22.NBT.32.NBT.42.NBT.52.NBT.62.NBT.72.NBT.82.NBT.9 1.OA.11.OA.21.OA.31.OA.41.OA.51.OA.61.OA.71.OA.81.NBT.11.NBT.21.NBT.31.NBT.41.NBT.51.NBT.6 K.CC.1K.CC.2K.CC.3K.CC.4K.CC.5K.CC.6 K.OA.1K.OA.2K.OA.3K.OA.4K.OA.5K.NBT.1

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4.NBT.4 3.OA.93.NBT.13.NBT.2 2.OA.12.OA.32.NBT.12.NBT.22.NBT.42.NBT.52.NBT.62.NBT.82.NBT.9 1.OA.11.OA.21.OA.31.OA.41.OA.61.OA.71.OA.81.NBT.11.NBT.31.NBT.41.NBT.51.NBT.6 K.CC.1K.CC.3K.CC.4K.CC.5K.CC.6K.OA.1K.OA.2K.OA.3K.OA.4K.OA.5K.NBT.1

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4.NBT.4 1.OA.11.OA.21.OA.31.OA.41.OA.51.OA.61.OA.71.OA.81.NBT.11.NBT.21.NBT.31.NBT.41.NBT.51.NBT.6 K.CC.1K.CC.2K.CC.3K.CC.4K.CC.5K.CC.6 K.OA.1K.OA.2K.OA.3K.OA.4K.OA.5K.NBT.1

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We can’t go around it……

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We can’t go over it….

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We can’t go under it….

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4.NBT.4 3.OA.93.NBT.13.NBT.2 2.OA.12.OA.22.OA.32.OA.42.NBT.12.NBT.22.NBT.32.NBT.42.NBT.52.NBT.62.NBT.72.NBT.82.NBT.9 1.OA.11.OA.21.OA.31.OA.41.OA.51.OA.61.OA.71.OA.81.NBT.11.NBT.21.NBT.31.NBT.41.NBT.51.NBT.6 K.CC.1K.CC.2K.CC.3K.CC.4K.CC.5K.CC.6 K.OA.1K.OA.2K.OA.3K.OA.4K.OA.5K.NBT.1

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The Standard Algorithm ….. It’s in the fourth and fifth grade Common Core for lots of reasons!

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Let’s take a break!

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Kentucky Numeracy Project rvention/iKNP.asp rvention/iKNP.asp

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Number Talk Dot Cards Five Frames Ten Frames Arrow Cards Tri folded Cards

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http :// 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. First grade number talk lesson.

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inal/Cena.swf inal/Cena.swf an.swf

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Multiple representations of number and quantity Arrow Cards Tri Fold Cards

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2.NBT.5 Students may jump all of their tens at one time. Then with the ones place they would hop in groups one big jump and land on 43 hop off 3 to get to forty and hop off five more to land on 35.

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Kentucky Center for Mathematics

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m m indergarten/number-sense/510-frmes/ indergarten/number-sense/510-frmes/ s-activities-kindergarten s-activities-kindergarten

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Renee’ Yates Regional Content Specialist Kentucky Department of Education Office of Next Generation Learners Mobile Follow me on Thank you for participating today. 74

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