QA – Made for the Common Core2015-04-30T17:32:44+00:00
Mathletics. Made for the Common Core.
Following the Common Core standards in your school? We’ve got you covered. Targeted, adaptive and engaging content designed to meet the standards of the Common Core, with reporting and assessments to match.
The education team at Mathletics is committed to providing a resource that is powerful, targeted and most importantly relevant to all students.
Mathletics includes well over 1200 adaptive practice activities and eBooks available from Kindergarten to High School, specifically following the Common Core State Standards. You can be assured that students have access to relevant and targeted content.
Domains, Clusters and Standards of the CCSS are supported with activities, each with pre and post assessment.
Powerful domain-specific assessments have been designed by our math experts, with concepts aligned to Common Core standards – hugely useful for benchmarking. Two parallel tests are available for each domain, for progress monitoring. A range of full year practice tests are also available.
Coupled with Mathletics’ powerful reporting for teachers these Assessments are a dynamic tool to identify, target and close knowledge gaps.
Over 150 Assessments available, designed for the Common Core.
Teachers across the country love Mathletics…
This program was an immediate hit with teachers and students alike. We have 140+ schools using Mathletics continue to get accolades from teachers and parents alike about this wonderful student-centric resource. Mathletics has changed how math is taught in our schools.
District Head, San Francisco, CA
Our school launched Mathletics earlier this year in G1-6. The excitement our students experienced has not diminished, but actually increased How can you go wrong with an educational website that has children literally begging to use and parents thrilled with their children’s progress?
Teacher, New York, NY
I love the versatility. I’m able to use it to teach a lesson or a concept, then turn around and assign the students an activity relating to that concept, and then further reinforce it with an activity from the e-books. Great for a classroom that approaches math from a wide variety of angles.
Teacher, Chicago, IL
Want to know more?
Get in touch with the friendly team of Common Core specialists at Mathletics. We’d love to speak to you.