Fact cards covering addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts can be used by students using
Math 54, Math 65, Math 76, and Math 87 who need additional practice mastering basic arithmetic facts. Heavy card stock.
Middle Grade Basic Fact Cards
Worked for what I needed them for
I purchased a set of the fact cards to go along with the Saxon 3rd grade workbooks that I purchased used. The colors don't line up with the third grade program but I'm fine with that.
The cards are not real sturdy but they work for what I need them for. The size of the cards are not your average flashcard size. They are smaller which is what I was looking for. I wanted them to be able to fit in a library pocket for my son's binder. There are math facts on both sides of the card.
October 12, 2010
I love these cards. My kids depended heavily on the color coding of the grades 1-3 flash cards in order to figure out the answer. Because these cards aren't color coded, they had to depend upon their memory instead of the color coding. Well worth the purchase!
April 9, 2010
These are useless. If you used Saxon Math 3, just keep the flashcards from those. Otherwise, you could use any other flashcards and it would be about the same, no better, because it would be higher quality. These are printed on very thin cardstock which tears easily (not in a good way). What I need (and thus, what I have had to make on my own) are flashcards that actually go with Math 5/4...flashcards that have things like angles, radius, diameter, metric equivalences, etc. I have enough addition/subtraction/multiplication/division flashcards, I certainly didn't need another one. Save your money, they're not worth it!
March 11, 2009