# Math Fact Fluency Each week, students are working towards mastering all of their addition and subtraction facts to twenty.  Students should practice DAILY to develop fluency.  Flashcards, oral drills, computer games, and written practice drills are great ways to get prepared for our weekly drills!  Fluency is essential so students can free up their brain power to do higher level math problems!

2nd grade students are expected to fluently add and subtract within 20 using mental strategies. By end of Grade 2, they need to know from memory all sums of two one-digit numbers.

Listed below are math flashcards you can download for your child to practice!  These flashcards contain addition and subtraction cards grouped by strategy.  Using strategies is A LOT more efficient than using fingers, counting in our heads (above 3) or drawing tally marks.
The more your child knows about these facts, the better mathematician they will become!

Counting On 1, 2, or 3 – These flashcards help students recognize that you can add 1, 2, or 3 to ANY number in your head.  It’s easy!  Just count up 1, 2, or 3!

Doubles – These flashcards are all the doubles.  Memorizing doubles facts helps us with lots of other kinds of facts!

Facts of Ten – These flashcards are all the combinations that make ten, including the subtraction facts.

Fast Tens – These flashcards are numbers plus ten.  Many are the “teen” numbers.

Doubles +/- 1 – These flashcards are all doubles plus or minus 1.

Nifty Nines – These are the +9 addition facts.

Addition and Subtraction Leftovers – These are addition and subtraction facts that don’t fit another strategy.  These facts just need to be memorized.

Half Facts – These are like doubles, only subtraction!

Runaway Ones – These subtraction facts are easy – just take away the ones place value!

Subtract 1-2-3 – These are the easy subtraction facts!  Just take away 1, 2, or 3!

Subtraction Neighbors – These facts are all about neighbors!  The answer is always 1!!

Subtraction 2 Neighbors – These are numbers that live TWO doors down!

Subtraction Leftover Challenge – These are the rest of the subtraction facts that don’t fit another strategy. We just have to memorize them.

To make a practice sheet from Math Fact Cafe, follow these steps: Check out these math fluency websites!

Math Magician

Interactive Ten Frame Games

Math Drill Written Practice

More Math Drill Written Practice

Fun for the Brain Addition Practice

Fun for the Brain Subtraction Practice