Mathletics Help and Support Leigh Redman
Need some help with Mathletics? We’re here for you.
However you use Mathletics, we’re here to make sure you get the most from the resource in your classroom. Looking to get started? Need a quick tour? Perhaps you’d like to learn more about how Mathletics teacher tools can help you with differentiation or data-driven teaching in your classroom. Easy. You’ll be an expert in no time.
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Explore the student interface for primary schools
If you are a teacher of students up to Year 6 get a student’s-eye view of the interface they will be using to access all of their Mathletics content.
See how students access their curriculum activities and supporting animated tutorials in the Learnarea. Explore how they can access exciting maths games such as Live Mathletics in the Playarea. See also how points are earned, how they contribute towards certificates and much more…
Explore the student interface for secondary schools
If you are a teacher of students in Year 7 and beyond, get a student’s-eye view of the interface they will be using to access all of their Mathletics content.
See how students access their curriculum content, alongside the video, print and interactive support materials in the Learnarea. Explore how they can visually track their improvement and achievements within My Progress, access Live Mathletics in the Playarea – and much more…
Help when you need it with on-demand training videos
Missed one of our regular live webinars for teachers? No problem. Our growing library of on-demand
recorded training videos means you can catch-up whenever is convenient for you.
Targeting Multiplication: Explore the Multiverse
Multiverse is an immersive game within Mathletics that is designed to increase multiplication fact fluency and recall. Set in a rich, animated science-fiction world, students use their knowledge and recall of multiplication facts in a story context, to scan asteroids, harvest resources, navigate through space and even defeat space pirates!
Number is the first mathematical concept that young learners need to understand. Mathletics recognises that the development of numeracy and number sense is fundamental to the understanding of most mathematical concepts.
In this session, we look at the dedicated Numeracy for Early Learners resources within Mathletics.
No problem. You local Mathletics school support team are experts in their field and always happy to help, answer questions or support you in getting the most from your school’s Mathletics subscription.