Free Fact Family Worksheets learning addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division! Our free Fact Family Worksheets, games, and activities provide a solid understanding of operations and how numbers make connections for your elementary students. Beginning with addition and subtraction and growing to multiplication and division, your students will be able to memorize and practice the reciprocal nature of opposite operations. For all things early learning, our Interactive Math Curriculum is the perfect addition to your home or classroom.
Fact Families: Addition & Subtraction
These fact family worksheets challenge your students with sums to 20.
Another challenging addition & subtraction fact family worksheet for sums to 20.
Another simple visual fact family house for students to practice math facts to 20.
This is an addition fact family worksheet for students working on addition facts up to 12.
This is another addition worksheet for students learning about fact families up to 12.
Another unique fact family worksheet featuring sums up to 12.
Our Free Fact Family Worksheets are fantastic for learning addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts. Fact family worksheets help your students to begin to see the relationship between numbers and number bonds.
Addition & Subtraction Fact Families Templates
The following templates are perfect to use with your kindergarten through third-grade students. These visual fact family houses can be printed on card stock and laminate for extended use and durability. Students can use manipulatives like dice or number tiles, or give them a dry-erase marker to write right on the laminated pages!
A template for students to practice four different fact families in addition and subtraction.
This is a template providing 9 different fact family practice sections for addition and subtraction.
Practice addition and subtraction fact families with ease when using this free, printable PDF version of our fact family houses.
Multiplication & Division Fact Families Templates
Templates for multiplication and division fact families work well with students in grades 3-5. This is when multiplication and division facts need to be learned and memorized in order to become quicker and more efficient mathematicians. Use these templates as a whole group, individual, or one-on-one practice pages.
Four multiplication and division fact family houses to help students understand and visually see the connections.
Connect multiplication and division with visual representation using these six fact family homes.
A template providing students with nine blank fact-family homes to practice multiplication and division.
Addition & Subtraction Fact Families Worksheets
Below you will find three addition and subtraction fact family worksheets. Each worksheet provides students with the numbers in the fact family. Students are then asked to complete the fact family house with two addition and two subtraction equations.
A template with four fact-family homes. This template gives students a way to practice writing out addition and subtraction fact families.
Here’s a medium-hard addition and subtraction fact family worksheet to help students practice and create fact families.
Free addition and subtraction fact family worksheet in a more difficult range of numbers.
Multiplication & Division Fact Families Worksheets
Providing the following worksheets to your elementary students will give them a variety of multiplication and division practice. Fact families help students to see the relationship between the two operations. Students will complete each house by filling in two multiplication and two division equations.
Template giving students six fact-family homes to practice multiplication and division in third grade.
Practice multiplication and division fact families with this six-home worksheet.
Another worksheet provides students with practice in multiplication and division fact families.
Six one by one digit multiplication problems can be made into fact families using division with this worksheet.
A free multiplication and division worksheet giving students the opportunity to connect the two operations together.
Here’s another fact family multiplication and division connection worksheet featuring six problems.
A free, printable fourth-grade fact family worksheet featuring multiplication and division problems.
Free printable multiplication and division fact family practice. There are nine problems on this page.
Multiplication and division are fun and easy to practice and connect with when using this fourth grade worksheet.
Fact Family Activities
Below you will find a variety of games to play during your math block. These games give students a fun and engaging way of learning their addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts!
A cut-and-paste fact family worksheet featuring multiplication and division problems.
An addition and subtraction fact family worksheet that asks students to cut and paste the problems together.
Play a fact family dice game using this addition and subtraction game mat.
Engage in a fun game of multiplication and division fact family dice with this free printable mat.
Spin and write fact family game. Spin two numbers to create an addition and subtraction fact family.
Create multiplication and division fact families using this interactive spin game.
Fact Family Games
These activities use cards or dominoes to practice adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing! Your students will be having so much fun interacting with the math concepts (and one another) that they will forget they are learning!
Play cards to make addition and subtraction fact families with this free printable mat.
This game board features multiplication and division fact family homes for students to practice with cards.
Dominoes make a great way to create fact families! This page practices addition and subtraction.
Multiplication and division fact families with dominoes are fun and engaging for students using this activity board.
What Are Fact Families?
Fact families are a group of related math facts that use the same numbers. These facts involve addition and subtraction, and multiplication and division. They help children understand the relationships between numbers. Children can quickly solve more complex math problems by understanding the relationships between these numbers and building a foundation for learning multiplication and division.
How Do You Teach Fact Families?
Teaching fact families involves using a combination of visual aids, manipulatives, worksheets, and games to help students understand the relationships between numbers and master addition and subtraction skills. Let’s discuss a few:
- Visual aids: Fact families can be represented visually using triangles or circles to show the relationships between numbers.
- Manipulatives: Students can use manipulatives, such as blocks or counters, to help them understand the relationships between numbers.
- Fact family worksheets: Teachers can provide students with worksheets containing fact families. Just like the ones found on this page.
- Fact Family Games: Teachers can create games involving fact families, such as matching or memory games. These games can be played individually or in groups, making learning about fact families more engaging and fun for students.
When Do You Teach Fact Families?
Fact families are usually introduced in first or second grade. This is because children at this age are beginning to develop their understanding of addition and subtraction, and fact families provide a foundation for more advanced math concepts.
Once students have a basic understanding of addition and subtraction, teachers can begin to introduce fact families. Students should first learn how to identify the numbers that belong to a fact family and then learn how to use those numbers to solve addition and subtraction problems.
Fact families are an important concept in elementary math education, and students should continue to practice and reinforce their skills throughout the early elementary grades. By mastering fact families, students can build a strong foundation for learning more advanced math concepts such as multiplication and division in third through fifth grade.