Progression of Learning Math Facts Chart

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Glance Across the Grades: Kindergarden to Grade 9 Mathematics

Progression of Learning Math Facts Chart (149 KB)

In order for students to be efficient in computational fluency, they must develop mental math skills and recall math facts automatically. Recall is a developmental process that improves computational fluency by developing efficiency, accuracy, and flexibility with numbers.

The focus of instruction should be on thinking and on building number relationships. Facts become automatic for students through repeated exposure and practice. When facts are automatic, students are no longer using inefficient means, such as counting.

The Progression of Learning Math Facts chart shows end of grade level expectations for learning math facts. Please refer to the learning outcomes related to learning math facts in the Kindergarten to Grade 8 Mathematics Manitoba Curriculum Framework of Outcomes (2013).