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Tweet Tweet Math is not everyone’s cup of tea, but learning new math shortcuts can be a lot of fun. There are many of them to learn. This infographic happens to cover 6 math shortcuts: [via: Center of Math]

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Luminous Learning Summer Math Boosters workbook contains 30 expertly crafted lessons to help students succeed and prepare for the next grade. Built-in supports such as visual aids, step-by-step directions, and clear examples guide students as they practice and master essential math skills. A great resource for students with learning disabilities!

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3 Tips to Build Math Fact Fluency "Math facts fluency leads to higher order mathematics. Through automaticity students free up their working memory and can devoted it to problems solving and learning new concepts and skills (Geary, 1994). #Freebie #PrimaryFlourish