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Math fact families are super duper cool, right?! Â I love them. Well, ok, that is not completely true. Â But, I want to love them and I want my kids to love them so I am making an interesting way to practice them for my people. Hopefully this will get them jumping for joy over math fact families!

Did you forget what math fact families are? Â That’s ok. I understand. Sometimes our mommyÂ brains are full of too many things. A fact familyÂ is a collection of related addition and subtraction facts, or multiplication and division facts, made from the same numbers.

For example, for the numbers 5, 2, and 7, the addition/subtractionÂ fact familyÂ consists of:

5 + 2 = 7

2 + 5 = 7

7 – 5 = 2

7 – 2 = 5

I saw these dry erase boards that Learning Resources sells and thought, “Oh, I can *easily* make that for my kids to save a few dollars!” So, I did. And now, you can save a few dollars, too! Just print away.

You can totally make these dry erase by laminating them. Â Making them reusable is great because you can try all different kinds of numbers and not need to waste tons of ink and paper. Â Do you not own a laminator yet? Â (I am sincerely sorry. I am practically crying right now over my jammed laminator. Can’t. Live. Without.) Â So, if you unfortunately do not own a laminator (yet), just print a few copies and use one triangle per fact family. I put two on each page for you. Â ðŸ™‚

## How to use the Math Fact Families Cards:

There are addition and subtraction cards as well as multiplication and division cards. To use, choose 2 numbers to add/subtract/multiply or divide. and write them in the to corners of the same color. For instance: on the addition/subtraction one use the numbers 5 and 2. When they are added together they equal 7. So, 7 would be the third number to write in the yellow corner. Then on the lines, you write all the different ways to add or subtract those three numbers.

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Nancy Rogers says

Like your fact cards idea.

Lauren says

For the Math Fact Families, how many cards would I need to complete a multiplication chart that goes to 12? I want to make a set to work with a student who struggles specifically with division and the relation to multiplication.