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Website for Math Fact Practice?
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What website(s) do you like to use with your students for practicing math facts? I used one several years ago, but can't remember what it was. I am hoping to find one that will help my DD practice and be able recall them quickly. And having it be kind of fun would be a plus! TIA!


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I use https://www.xtramath.org/home in the classroom.
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xtramath.org (not all that fun, but it's great on working on math fluency, and quick).

aaamath.com

funbrain.com
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Another site...
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My principal just told me about the site sum dog. It's supposed to be fun and provide fact practice. I haven't checked it out yet. Let us know if it's a good one.
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xtramath is great


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tutpup is awesome! My kids last year loved it! It is set up as a competition - you can play kids around the world - very fun!
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thatquiz.org is another good one for many math skills.
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For fact drill I use math magician! It is fabulous and you can narrow down specific numbers or mixed fact review!
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As always,
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These are fabulous! Thank you PTers!
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Sum dog
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Is so awesome! Signed up last night and showed my kids today. They all took home their math folders with user names and passwords so they can play. I love that they earn points to spend on their avatar as well as the objective list... is amazing!


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Old 09-08-2011, 09:29 AM
 
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paperless practice, I use:

http://www.vrml.k12.la.us/cc/math/factppt/ppt_fact.htm

It has alll four categories, with and without answers, and a simple click of the mouse, spacebar or forward arrow will advance the slide. You do have to choose the category too so you can narrow it down to certain facts at certain times.
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