Thanks to my friend/neighbor Cathy for introducing us to this free online math practice site. I love it. It is called XtraMath. A non profit organization dedicated to math achievement runs this site. It is an individualized math practice program. Once a week it sends me a progress report, although I don't necessarily need it since my daughter is working on it right there with me in the same room. It is part of our daily routine. In fact it is the first school thing my daughter does in the morning. So much better than traditional flash cards. It keeps track of her progress. Plus it only takes about 5 minutes per day.
Here is what we see when we sign in. The green boxes mean the student is answering that fact correctly in
under three seconds. A yellow box means the student is answering the
question correctly in three to ten seconds. A gray square means the
student is answering that question incorrectly or is taking too long to
answer that question. A white square means the student has not
started practicing that fact.
Here is a video about how to get started at home with XtraMath to watch with your kids.
Here are some first grade math ideas.