Thursday, January 26, 2012

Fact Family Cards

The following printables are self-correcting, fact family flash-cards you can use in your math centers. 
Fact Family Center
Student picks Fact Family Flashcards on family side and writes the numbers (which are printed on their bodies) on the dry erase board's outer corners. Student writes the number sentences. Student checks number sentences by flipping the Fact Family flashcard over, on the house side.
 (Pictured Above: Fact Family Dry Erase Board purchased from School Aids, Fact Family Flashcards)
Fact Family Center
Student picks Fact Family Flashcards on family side and write the number  (which are printed on their bodies) on the dry erase board's outer corners. Student writes the number sentences. Student checks number sentences by flipping the Fact Family flashcard over, on the house side.
 (Pictured Above: Fact Family Dry Erase Board purchased from School Aids, Fact Family Flashcards)
Materials for Flash-cards:
1.)  Cardstock (10 sheets)
2.)  Avery Labels for Template #5163 (4 sheets of 10)


Directions for Making Flash-cards:
1.)  Print "Fact Family Houses" on Cardstock
2.)  Print "Fact Families" on Avery Labels
3.)  Stick Avery Labels on the back of the appropriate house
4.)  Laminate for Durability
Fact Family Houses (Click on Link Below for Printable)
Fact Families (Click on Link Below for Printable)
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Fact Family Houses  (Print on Cardstock)

Fact Family_Blue Set  (Print on Avery Labels#5163)

Fact Family_Purple Set  (Print on Avery Labels#5163)

Fact Family_Red Set  (Print on Avery Labels#5163)

Fact Family_Yellow Set  (Print on Avery Labels#5163)


Fact Family Triangle (Print on Cardstock)
(Use this if you do not have Fact Family Dry Erase Board. Laminate and use dry erase markers on it.)

12 comments:

  1. Thanks so much!! I have already printed these and can't wait to use them next week!! You are awesome!! :)

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  2. This is a WONDERFUL idea and very engaging for students! I am blog hopping and found yours on Sqworl and I'm glad I did. I am new to the blogging world and just created my own so feel free to come over and visit for a while! I am a Fabulously First and thank you for sharing this really good idea that I can use for my kiddos.

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  3. Hi there, we are doing fact families right now...thanks so much for sharing. I'm your newest stalker. :o) Hop on by my blog I'm brand new to blogging. :o)
    ~ Vicky
    Traditions Laughter and Happily Ever After

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  4. I may remake these for older students to teach mult. and division fact families!

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  5. like the cards you have shared..do you list some company name that offer plastic card printing service.

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  6. Captivating will you going for plastic card printing or paper...option is best as it gives shiny look and are more durable and long lasting...

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  7. Awesome work...thanks for sharing these amazing card idea's....Plastic cards

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  8. These are amazing! Thank you. I will be using them immediately with my first grade students and later on in the year with my Kindergarteners. This freebie is a lifesaver for my K1 combo class.

    ✰Janine
    Kindergarten Corps

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