What are the different levels for each operation in Fact Practice?

Fact Practice is designed to have students begin with the most basic facts in each operation. Students will only move to a new level, or new set of facts, when they have demonstrated mastery of the previous levels. 

Please note that the levels build on one another. For example, when a student is working on Level 3, they will be answering a mix of facts from Levels 1, 2 and 3.

Below are the different levels for each operation:

 

Addition

Level 1 - +0, +1

Level 2 - +2, +3

Level 3 - sum of 5, sum of 10

Level 4 - +10, doubles (3+3, 9+9)

Level 5 - +9

Level 6 - doubles +/- 1 (5+4, 8+9)

Level 7 - +4, +6

Level 8 - +7, +8

Level 9 - doubles +/- 2 (4+6, 9+7)

 

Subtraction

Level 1 - difference of 0 (7-7, 4-4), -0 (4-0, 5-0)

Level 2 - -1, -2

Level 3 - doubles (8-4, 12-6), 10-x 

Level 4 - -3, -4

Level 5 - -5, -6

Level 6 - -7, -8, -9

 

Multiplication

Level 1 - x0, x1

Level 2 - x5

Level 3 - x10

Level 4 - x2

Level 5 - x4

Level 6 - x8

Level 7 - x3

Level 8 - x6

Level 9 - x9

Level 10 - x7

Level 11 - x11

Level 12 - x12

 

Division

Level 1 - ÷1

Level 2 - ÷10

Level 3 - ÷2

Level 4 - ÷4

Level 5 - ÷5

Level 6 - ÷8

Level 7 - ÷3

Level 8 - ÷6

Level 9 - ÷9

Level 10 - ÷7

Level 11 - ÷11

Level 12 - ÷12

 

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