## Math Facts

Today, few schools provide students with adequate math facts practice to develop full proficiency to be successful in rigorous math advanced math studies. As a result many students who have a high natural aptitude for math struggle with higher level math due to lack of memorization of basic math facts and rules of arithmetic.

Many high school and college students struggle with algebra and higher level math because they don't know basic addition or multiplication math facts. To understand why learning math facts is critical for higher level math and how to master them, read From Multiplication Minutes to Math Mastery

Older students are often resistant to studying elementary level math facts. However, mastering these basic facts will allow students to more readily recognize patterns required for higher level math. Students who can quickly perform calculations are able to focus on new concepts rather than getting lost in the arithmetic. Students who are able to quickly perform calculations are able to complete more practice problems in the same study time, which helps them better understand new material. Don't be discouraged if your teenager must start with the 3rd or 4th grade math facts. Any motivated student can finish all of these challenges with dedicated hard work. Students who do so will be rewarded with the joy of succeeding in high school and college math classes.

Rather than trying to move through the levels quickly, focus on learning each skill thoroughly. If you are tempted to rush though the levels or feel like you are too old to be working on 2nd or 3rd Grade Math Facts read Equation for a Math Education.

These challenges are designed to be completed in order. Do not rush through levels. Begin by taking an assessment.

Don't be discouraged if you find that you need to start at a level that is a grade or two below the one you started with. Most students do not know their basic arithmetic as well as they think they do. Once you determine your starting point, make a commitment to steady, dedicated practice. There is no magic to learning math facts. It is just a matter of spending enough dedicated time to memorize them. There is no substitute for hard work.

Many high school and college students struggle with algebra and higher level math because they don't know basic addition or multiplication math facts. To understand why learning math facts is critical for higher level math and how to master them, read From Multiplication Minutes to Math Mastery

Older students are often resistant to studying elementary level math facts. However, mastering these basic facts will allow students to more readily recognize patterns required for higher level math. Students who can quickly perform calculations are able to focus on new concepts rather than getting lost in the arithmetic. Students who are able to quickly perform calculations are able to complete more practice problems in the same study time, which helps them better understand new material. Don't be discouraged if your teenager must start with the 3rd or 4th grade math facts. Any motivated student can finish all of these challenges with dedicated hard work. Students who do so will be rewarded with the joy of succeeding in high school and college math classes.

Rather than trying to move through the levels quickly, focus on learning each skill thoroughly. If you are tempted to rush though the levels or feel like you are too old to be working on 2nd or 3rd Grade Math Facts read Equation for a Math Education.

These challenges are designed to be completed in order. Do not rush through levels. Begin by taking an assessment.

- Students who believe that they have mastered all multiplication facts, and can add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions, integers, and decimals should try the 5th Grade Math Facts Assessment.
- Students who believe they have mastered all multiplication facts up to 10 X 10, should try the 4th Grade Math Facts Assessment.
- Students who believe they have mastered all addition facts, should begin with the 3rd Grade Math Facts Assessment.
- Student who have not yet memorized all addition facts, should begin with the 2nd Grade Math Facts Assessment.

Don't be discouraged if you find that you need to start at a level that is a grade or two below the one you started with. Most students do not know their basic arithmetic as well as they think they do. Once you determine your starting point, make a commitment to steady, dedicated practice. There is no magic to learning math facts. It is just a matter of spending enough dedicated time to memorize them. There is no substitute for hard work.

## Math Facts

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