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Imagine Math Facts


Solve the math fluency puzzle and build a critical pre-algebra foundation - all while stimulating a greater love for math.

  • Grades: Elementary-Middle
  • Adaptive instruction and personalized learning paths
  • Vital foundation skills for higher-level math
  • Multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction
  • Engaging 3D gameplay with built-in rewards

Automaticity and Fluency

According to the National Mathematics Advisory Board, math fluency is the number one critical foundation of algebra … yet few curricula are capable of developing it. The standards are clear: students need to master math facts before they can move on to more complex mathematical concepts. Imagine Math Facts teaches students math facts through a series of powerful, engaging activities on multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction—helping each child quickly gain automaticity and math fluency along with a new interest in math.

Intense Engagement

Today’s students are wired for technology. With that in mind, Imagine Math Facts’ game-based software offers teachers an effective way to teach math facts in an intensely memorable way. Students are engaged by the gaming elements—so engaged that they learn math fluency more quickly. More importantly, they retain those fluency skills.

Standards Alignment

As students work toward fluency, Imagine Math Facts monitors their growth and progress toward state standards. Each activity adapts to individual students’ needs and determines which facts need further review. The program dials in the correct level of intervention until students completely master the core standards for math automaticity.

Progress Reports

Teachers today need more than just engaged students; they need to know how students are doing on their path toward fluency. Imagine Math Facts provides interactive progress reports that show individual student growth, progress, and estimated time to fluency. Teachers can also view growth by class, school, and district. Additionally, educators can track deficiencies to determine the facts that need extra practice—and adjust usage until students achieve fluency.