Mathware, Inc.’s educational software company Math Facts Matter has released a free math fact computer game called “Space Challenge.” This is a math fact assessment tool that is suitable for use in grades 3 to adults.
Durant, OK (Merxwire) – According to research, only one out of every 10 college students can pass the basic multiplication test. This has led to an imbalance in the level of mathematics education in high schools and universities, and has also led to a shocking dropout rate.
To solve this problem, Mathware, Inc.’s educational software company Math Facts Matter released a free educational math fact game called “Space Challenge.” This is a math fact assessment tool for 3rd grade to adult. This fun and easy to move challenging game uses colorful graphics, videos and storylines. Quickly pair “F3,” or “fearless fact fluency” using colorful graphics, video, and an engaging storyline. Teachers can receive diagnostic reports for students by email.
Space Challenge and other Math Facts Matter products are designed to boost the math instruction of classroom teachers bogged down with educational and administrative tasks.
“Teachers today have to meet ever increasing demands, teaching more students and more curriculum in less time,” said Kathy Robinson, president of Schoolware, Inc. and Math Facts Matter. “In addition, they must balance direct instruction within ever-shrinking budgetary constraints.”
Robinson is a former classroom instructor, Title 1 teacher, gifted and talented director.
“The Math Facts Matter family of products, including Space Challenge, Countdown, Space LAB, and Blast Off!, can help contribute to fact fluency and alleviate the academic strain on teachers and students.”
Students who play Space Challenge will receive a score and advice on how to improve their math fact fluency. Children in grades 3 to 6 needing daily practice will benefit from the multi-sensory teaching tool Countdown. Designed for classrooms of all sizes and grades K to 6, Countdown helps students complete daily practice tailored to their needs in just three minutes a day. View a video about Countdown at https://youtu.be/9ZvmVk_kGuU
Educators can enrich their existing math fact fluency curriculum with this no-prep, affordable, daily practice tool. Teachers or parents interested in Countdown can recommend this tool to their school. Schools may qualify for a grant program with special pricing; details at mathfactsmatter.com/
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