A set of digital numbers 0-9 that can be used as flashcards, or placed on visual schedules.

Grade K, 1, 2 · Math · 1 pages

Printable flashcards for addition math facts. The set includes two versions of the flashcards, with problems presented vertically to support duplex printing and problems written horizontally for single-sided printing.

Grade K, 1, 2 · Math · 45 pages

Printable flashcards for division math facts. The set includes two versions of flashcards, with problems presented vertically to support duplex printing and problems written horizontally for single-sided printing.

Grade 3, 4, 5 · Math · 59 pages

Printable flashcards for multiplication math facts. The set includes two versions of flashcards, with problems presented vertically to support duplex printing and problems written horizontally for single-sided printing.

Grade 3, 4, 5 · Math · 59 pages

Printable flashcards for subtraction math facts. The set includes two versions of flashcards, with problems presented vertically to support duplex printing and problems written horizontally for single-sided printing.

Grade 1, 2 · Math · 45 pages

Printable blank flashcards for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division math facts. The set includes blank versions of flashcards that can be customized by the teacher or created by students. There is one set that is presented vertically to support duplex printing and another set that is presented horizontally for single-sided printing.

Grade K, 1, 2, 3 · Math · 3 pages

Repetition and practice is essential when using flashcards for learning. Charting the amount of time students spend each day on flashcards can help encourage consistency.

Flashcards can be created online using [[ http://quizlet.com/ | Quizlet ]] or using an app such as [[ http://flashcardspl.us/ | Flashcards+ app ]]. These tools can also incorporate flash cards into games that help students practice.

Students are learning how to multiply by fives. During math learning centers, students can practice in pairs using multiplication flashcards for multiples of five (e.g. 1 x 5, 2 x 5, 3 x 5, 4 x 5, etc).

Students are learning how to calculate the area of squares, rectangles and triangles. On one side of the flashcard is a visual of the shape with the base and height indicated. On the other side of the flashcard is the formula for how to solve for area and the answer.

Student is learning how to identify shapes. On one side of the flashcard is a picture of a shape and on the other side of the flashcard is the name of the shape. When playing geometry bingo, the teacher holds up the picture side and the students place the bingo chip on the name of the shape, or vice versa.

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