A few weeks ago a teacher friend asked me if I knew of a digital math fact tracking sheet. I did a few quick searches, but I kept coming up empty handed. She wanted something that would work for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division since she teaches second grade where the ability levels can vary a great deal. Knowing how important student documentation is, I knew I had to figure something out.
Not seeing anything, I whipped up this little download for her. She offered to pay me, but I knew I couldn’t do that. I hadn’t spent much time, and sometimes it’s nice to simply be kind. (Plus I knew I could also share it will all of you!)
The best part about this being a Google Drive resource? You can type in all the materials – copy it into a new sheet for parents, and then print OR email it to them. What a great way to keep parent communication going!
Want to see all the basic math fact puzzles in my TpT store? Check them out here!
This form is going to be a great way for teachers to track every student in their classroom. It’s a great form of documentation to keep track of exactly which students know which facts.
Since it contains adding and subtracting facts through ten AND multiplying and dividing facts through 12, it’s perfect for K-6 teachers who are still working on basic math fact mastery. It can also be used by special education teachers or those in an intervention, Title I, or RtI position.
Click on this link, then choose “Make a Copy”. You will then have your very own copy of this free digital math fact tracking sheet copied into your Google Drive folder. YAY!
Type in your student names, and easily start tracking math fact skill mastery. Use it as documentation for parents, evaluations, standard or skill mastery, and more.
Thank you for visiting the blog! Interested in another freebie? I think you’d love my FREE Addition Magic Square Puzzles. You can click here to grab them now! With differentiated options, they great for preK-6th grade teachers. Just use the puzzles that make the most sense to you and your students.