Fact Fluency. Fact Fluency allows students to master multiplication and division facts under 100. Using the power of adaptive learning, students build speed and accuracy with basic math facts.

See how Fact Fluency helps students master basic facts.

Practicing the Facts

Students can practice their facts in addition to the Conceptua Math learning sequence. They work on facts they have already mastered, facts that are in-progress, and facts that are new. Each session takes approximately 5 minutes to complete.


Careful Sequencing

Facts are taught in an order that is supported by research. Instead of simply moving from 1s to 2s and up the ladder, Fact Fluency starts with numbers that students can easily skip count, like 2s, 5s and 10s, and then moves to facts beyond skip counting, like 7s, 8s and 9s. Facts are presented in families to develop deeper cognitive links. For example, 2 x 5 = 10 and 10 ÷ 5 = 2 are presented in a single practice session.


Remediation with Visual Models

If students answer incorrectly, they are given conceptual help through interactive visual models. Students manipulate these models to master their challenging fact, and they can even change models to match their learning style. Through this process, students gain a deep understanding of each math fact.


Fluency = Speed

Once a student is ready, she begins a timed skills check. Fact Fluency collects a baseline response time on the computer or tablet, and then presents a series of carefully chosen facts. The program tracks every response, determines the student’s mastery level, and automatically adjusts the next session to accommodate each student’s personal learning requirements.

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Students Track their Progress

With Fact Fluency, students take ownership of their personal program. They see their just-in-time progress on a personalized grid displaying facts that are Mastered, In Progress, and Not Started. Students are motivated by their intrinsic desire to learn.

fact fluency grid

Teachers Track Class Progress

Teachers can quickly gauge the progress of the class or of individual students. The color-coded, instant data reports the right information to inform future instruction.

class progress