•  From the FASTT Math Website:

    • "The FASTT Math intervention program uses the research-validated FASTT system (Fluency and Automaticity through Systematic Teaching with Technology) to help all students develop fluency with basic math facts. FASTT Math automatically differentiates instruction based on each students individual fluency levels in customized computer sessions. Students are eager to build fluency in FASTT Math because of the targeted instruction, engaging practice games, and embedded motivators."

      Your goal is 169 fast facts in multiplication.


      • Students will complete the multiplication part of the program when they achieve 169 facts. Fifth graders will then progress to addition, subtraction and finally division if time allows this school year. If you want more info on your progress, I can print a report any time.