The aim of this paper, which is a review, is to explain basic intervention steps of taped problems (TP) technique which is one of the techniques used in enhancing math facts fluency and to discuss the contributions that it provides to students and implementers in the light of scientific studies in the literature. In the light of the literature, first of all, the steps of TP interventions were explained respectively by discussing the titles under preparations prior to the intervention, intervention, and evaluation headings. The worksheets that students will use during the preparation and how the sound recordings should be prepared were explained before the intervention. Then, by explaining how one-to-one or group interventions should be done, important points that need to be addressed in the assessment were referred. Besides, studies aiming to determine the effects of TP interventions, the number of participants, their gender, age and class level, research design, targeted skill (dependent variable), applied procedure (independent variable) intervention method and results were explained. In the light of these variables, the benefits of the results for students and implementers were discussed and recommendations were made for further research.