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FASTT Math by Tom Snyder Productions

Using FASTT Math (Fluency and Automaticity through Systematic Teaching with Technology), struggling students, grades 2 – up, develop fluency with basic math facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. The software moves beyond traditional drill and practice to assess each student's level and to provide a continuously adaptive program that increases fluency in customized, 10-minute daily sessions. FASTT Math also includes prescribed print activities for those students who need additional instruction in the conceptual foundation of numbers and operations.

Product Features
• Research-based and validated • Authored by Ted Hasselbring and Laura Goin • Students practice basic facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division • Customized course of study for each student, based on individual assessments • Frequent, short practice sessions • Choice of two fact ranges: 0-9 or 0-12 • Generates customized worksheets for additional practice • 12 detailed performance and usage reports at the student, class, grade, and school levels for teachers and administrators • Teacher’s Guide with assessments and lesson plans • Fact Fluency Foundations Guide with age-appropriate activities for counting, number concepts, and computation strategies • Bilingual — switch easily between English and Spanish • Meets guidelines for universal accessibility

Meets State and National Standards
Students will:
Learn basic facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division; Be able to recall facts from memory; Develop fluency with multi-digit problems in each operation; Gain the foundation necessary for success in higher-order problem

For more information or to request an evaluation version or a research report call Tom Snyder Productions at (800)342-0236 or log on to



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