WIZARD MATH KIT HISTORY
I started a daily practice of simple math facts like eight plus four, nine minus five, six times seven and twentyfive divided by five. There were 100 of these simple random combinations on each page for add, subtract, multiply and divide with a total of 400 points. I timed it from three to five minutes for each page until I found that if they could finish the test with a perfect score in twenty minutes they had them memorized.
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BAR GRAPH
BAR GRAPHThe bar graph is an exciting and passionate tool to chart the increase in scores each time the student takes the Wizard Math Kit.

BIG WALL TRAIN
Students color around the borders of the math facts any design they like with construction paper circles for wheels. This goes in the classroom.

RECORDS
A third grader finished with a perfect score in seven minutes and fortyfive seconds, and the following year a fourth grader finished in seven minutes and twentyfive seconds. By January of each school year all students had their math facts memorized with speed.
Whats Included
BAR GRAPH
The bar graph is an exciting and passionate tool to chart the increase in scores each time the student takes the Wizard Math Kit.
BIG WALL TRAIN
Students color around the borders of the math facts any design they like with construction paper circles for wheels. This goes in the classroom.
RECORDS
A third grader finished with a perfect score in seven minutes and fortyfive seconds, and the following year a fourth grader finished in seven minutes and twentyfive seconds. By January of each school year all students had their math facts memorized with speed.
MATH TRAIN WITH LINES
MATH TRAIN WITH LINESGo over the lines with a ruler and ball point pen to make fold lines. Once it is folded it makes a flash card sheet for multiplication facts with answers.
ANSWER KEYS
Answer keys are copied on paper or transparencies to facilitate faster correction.
QUIZ PAPERS
There are one hundred math combinations on each page of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division for a total of four hundred points.