Time4MathFacts uses the power of technology and engaging gameplay to motivate students to move from learning math facts to math fact mastery. What students experience as they play games to practice math facts is an immersive world of fun characters, rewards for improving their recall, and confidence-building feedback showing them their progress.
What students don’t see can be just as powerful–the behind-the-scenes technology that:
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Time4MathFacts is most effective when played in short 15-20 minute increments–the perfect length for use as an afterschool or summer reinforcement tool. Whether your child just needs an entertaining way to support math fact practice or needs the full support of a math facts program that will recognize where he or she is struggling and focus in on those areas, Time4MathFacts is the resource you need. Because it works with students with different learning styles, all students will make progress using this multimedia and interactive style of math practice.
The goal for every child in grades 2-5 is achieving math fact fluency–the ability to recall the basic facts in all four operations accurately, quickly, and effortlessly.
Many online math facts practice tools are simply animated versions of flashcards. Students quickly get bored of this repetition-and-drill style of practice. The Time4MathFacts approach, on the other hand, engages math students from the moment they sit down to play.
New users will be immediately drawn into the Time4MathFacts world as they:
In just 15 to 20 minutes of use, a few times a week, students move from math fact acquisition toward math fact fluency.
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The green light at the top right corner of the screen tells the student they have met their daily usage requirement. Continued green light usage earns students tokens they can use to purchase clothes or accessories for their customizable avatar or even decorate their Progress Tree.
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This game requires quick decision-making, so as their math fact fluency grows, so does their score. And to keep the level of challenge right for students, facts are sequenced based on their individual fact retrieval time and response patterns.