Dear Parent or Guardian,
The transition to distance learning is a challenge, but we want you to know you have support. Your child has take home access to Mathletics, a targeted, rewarding and captivating online learning resource, which is aligned to curriculum standards.
We have put together an easy to follow collection of support resources to make using Mathletics at home as simple as possible for both parents/guardian and your children.
Sign into www.mathletics.com with your child to start exploring.
To assist you in keeping your child on track we have included the following support documents:
PC & Mac
Simply visit mathletics.com and click
QR Code Sign In
Jump into Mathletics effortlessly using the QR code on your sign-in card
Tablet & iPad
Download our FREE Student App from all major app stores
Student Mathletics Login:
Fill out your child's login details sent by their teacher.
Sign in at: mathletics.com
Learn gives students access
to curriculum-aligned practice activities and support materials, designed to consolidate a deeper understanding of concepts.
Explore helps students develop their critical and creative mathematical thinking through Problem Solving & Reasoning Questions.
Play offers a range of engaging mathematical games including Live Mathletics, Multiverse and Rainforest Maths and more.
Review is where the students can access assessments that have been set by teachers.
Personalised Learning Environment
Students can use the search function to quickly find curriculum activities or content.
The student interface is customisable, allowing students to create their own avatars and modify their backgrounds.
Top 10 Tips for using Mathletics to support your child’s learning at home.
1 Be sure you have your child’s Mathletics
username and password.
2 Mathletics can be accessed on PC / Mac, iOS and Android devices as well as Windows tablets and Chromebooks. For use on iPads, Mathletics can be accessed through Safari, or downloaded as a free app.
3 Your child’s teacher has set them up with
the correct curriculum content allowing your child the ability to explore independently, as well as completing any assigned work.
4 Encourage your child to achieve a weekly
certificate, by earning 1000 points or more. You can only achieve 1 certificate each week.
5 Mathletics uses a traffic lighting system to show children’s achievement in each activity. Activities completed with a score of 85% or more will show green Your child can see which activities they need to practice a little more
by looking for any with an orange indicator – meaning they scored 50-84%. Activities in red, they will need some extra help with.
6 If a teacher has assigned an activity for your child to complete, they will be locked out of all the other areas and will need to complete this first. Check the Explore area for any Problem Solving & Reasoning assignments. When your child has completed the problem-solving activity, it will show a blue tick next to it.
7 your child finds a question difficult, remind them that there is a button
at the top right hand side of each question and clicking on this will open up some support to help them.
8 Mathletics is full of great additional activities that make learning Mathematics fun. In the Play area, children will enjoy Live Mathletics, Multiverse, Rainforest Maths and Playpaws.
Achievements and Effort
9 Mathematics offline is important too! You and your child have access to printable worksheets right in their student console.
10 – On the right- hand side, under your child’s avatar you can click to view and print certificates
Hall of Fame – On the right- hand side, under your child’s avatar you can click into the Hall of Fame.