Target Divisor: Mastering Basic Division Facts Program
Do you have students that need to master their basic division facts? We have outlined a simple-to-use program using creative hands-on games to increase accuracy and speed for divisors up to 12. The goal of Learning Link by Connected Class is to create partnerships between the classroom and home environment. You can use the games in the classroom and then send them home to families for additional practice with our easy-to-use platform. This program allows you to differentiate based on need and focus on specific divisors to increase math fluency.
The Target Divisor Program comes with all the forms, quizzes, answer sheets, and parent communication you need to be successful. (All resources are linked below in the Materials Provided section.) It is fast and easy for the busy educator to use and generally takes only 10 minutes a week of instructional time. It begins by giving students a pre-assessment inventory to determine the divisor each student needs to focus on first. You will determine the path each student will take and track their progress using the Mastering Target Divisor Inventory Record Sheet. Every Monday the students will take a one-minute quiz (Version A) based on their individual needs and track their own progress. They will have a week to master that divisor by playing the Target Divisor Learning Link game at home with their family for at least five minutes a night. The parents will initial each week the amount of time their child played. On Friday, students will take the one-minute quiz (Version B) and track their performance. If they pass, they will focus on the next target divisor the following week. Once students have mastered divisors up to 12, they will take the post-assessment inventory and compare it to their pre-assessment. Students will earn a certificate once they master all their basic division facts. This program’s length will vary in weeks needed based on individual student performance. This program can be embedded in your daily math block or center time. If you have accelerated students, challenge them with additional Learning Link videos at their academic level.
Below we mapped out the details of the program along with links to all the resources you will need. Note: We have provided number playing cards as a printable document for students to use.