Pre-orders are now available for Graham's Building Fact Fluency Toolkit. Click here to learn more.

Coming Fall 2020! If you would like to preorder please click here.


When we ask students to memorize their addition and subtraction facts, we are essentially asking them to memorize over 100 isolated equations. This memorization doesn’t stick for many kids, and doesn’t allow any students to explore the foundational relationships between numbers and the properties of the operations.

After years of growing and learning alongside students and teachers, I have embarked on an amazing journey with my editor, colleague, and good friend, Tracy Zager, and I’m super excited to introduce Building Fact Fluency: A Toolkit for Addition & Subtraction

Throughout my teaching journey, I have tried to leverage videos and media to make math meaningful for all students. The toolkit focuses on a contextualized understanding of fluency which will help develop a deep understanding of number for your students, while simultaneously building fluency through purposeful practice. 


The Building Fact Fluency toolkit explores seven different strategies…

Adapted from Math Fact Fluency: 60+ Games and Assessment Tools to Support Learning and RetentionJennifer Bay-Williams and Gina Kling (2019)


Through 21 different contexts…



And each context contains a lesson string that includes the following resources…


If you’d like to know more, please check out this digital brochure or head on over to the Building Fact Fluency page at Stenhouse Publishers. At Stenhouse, you will also be able to download a sample context that you can test drive with your students. 


***The video below breaks down the toolkit and explains how we can build sustainable number sense.***

I’m currently working on the toolkit for multiplication and division and it will be available Fall 2021.