• Math (K-5)

    Making math fun and easy early on with LoveMath™

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  • Math (K-5)

    Making math fun and easy early on with LoveMath™

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A Gamified Web-Based Math Program

Suitable for any classroom teaching model, LoveMath™ is the most innovative and comprehensive online math learning application available.

Our revolutionary, web-based math learning application includes:

  • A robust curriculum with Guided Instruction, Adaptive Practice and Formative Assessments
  • A safe, encrypted communication network so teachers, students and parents stay informed on progress and achievement
  • Real-time dashboard views of progress by class, student, presented by topic or math standard
  • Professional Development and training for LoveMath™, which complements your current curriculum and a variety of classroom models
  • Personalized learning with access to all PreK-3 grades, powering remediation, review or advancement

Experience the most comprehensive and engaging online math learning platform in the industry today!

Meet Our Instructors by Grade

Kindergarten
1st grade
2nd Grade
3rd Grade

 “I love that I don’t have to grade papers while my kids use this program for math. The characters who guide the lessons are fun, and my kids are learning a lot. Thank you!”

Jennifer T.Teacher/Mom

“We loved the LoveMath™ program! All feedback was very positive, and the teachers used it whenever they had computers available. I had parents comment that they could see that their child’s math confidence and skills improved during our six week summer program.”

Ann TedescoOdyssey Elementary Director

“The beauty of LoveMath is that it is an effective classroom tool that reaches every child and personalizes their math education.”

Dr. Kelley WaldronHead of Lower School, St. Andrew’s School

“I like using the app with my students because it is very engaging and It brings the math standards to life.  It takes them outside of just using a textbook in order for them to learn math skills that will guide them along the way to becoming lifelong learners. My students find the app to be very fun and exciting. I think at times they don’t realize that they are actually learning because of the fun that they are having while using the app.

Latanja S.4th grade teacher

Adaptive, Research-Based Approaches to Math Instruction

LoveMath™ was created by our in-house certified teachers, for teachers

Scaffolding Content

LoveMath™ curriculum was built and developed by identifying and sequencing essential skills and concepts to teach math content. Research has indicated that scaffolding content benefits all students, particularly those with learning disabilities and in special education (Gersten, 1998), and those whose second language is English. (Hiebert & Carpenter, 1992; Hiebert et al., 1997), (Kame’enui et al., 2002), (Grouws & Cebulla, 2000)

Explicit Instruction

LoveMath™’s instructional approach follows an explicit concrete-to-representational-to-abstract sequence which is a proven pedagogical strategy for introducing and building math knowledge (Witzel, Mercer, & Miller, 2003). This approach allows students to develop understanding, learn concepts, observe relationships and make connections between what they know and new math skills. (NMAP, 2008; NCTM, 2007; Hall, 2002; Adams & Englemann, 1996)

Multiple Strategies

LoveMath™ deploys multiple strategies in offering math knowledge acquisition, such as modeling with manipulatives (Sabean & Bavaria, 2005; Sowell, 1989), presenting ideas through literature, and discussing math concepts in real day terms. (Ball et al., 2005; Tomlinson, 1999), (NMAP, 2008; Ozgun-Koca, 1998; Goldin, 2000; McArthur et al., 1988; Yerushalmy, 1991)

Gradual Release

All LoveMath™ lessons begins with teacher modeling – Instruction, moves to guided paired practice – Practice, and ends with a student completing work independently – Quiz. Research concludes that optimal learning is achieved when students move through phases of dependence to independence through a gradual release of responsibility model of instruction. (Routman, 2003)

Student Interaction

The ENGAGE component of LoveMath™ allows students to share with their peers and the teacher their thoughts, reasoning and problem solving strategies. This creates opportunities for the students to benefit from collaborative learning and self-reflection in developing mathematical reasoning skills. (Hanna & Yackel, 2000; Chapin et al., 2003), (Fuchs et al., 1997) Meaningful Practice

Meaningful Practice

In the LEARN component, practice problems with feedback provide students with opportunities to strengthen and reinforce their learning and maximize their success. The problem difficulty adapts to the student’s responses to ensure complete skill acquisition and ease frustration. Practice that focuses on building conceptual understanding related to skills and procedures helps students gain a deeper understanding of a topic (Marzano et al., 2000). Research shows that repeated practice and application are essential for students to attain higher levels of competence (Newell & Rosenbloom, 1981; Gee, 2003; Marzano, 2002; Pressley, 1995).

Vocabulary and Language

In the Instruction section of each LoveMath™ lesson, vocabulary terms are introduced and reinforced to students to help them articulate mathematical thinking coherently and precisely. When students receive direct instruction in mathematics vocabulary, they are more successful at solving math problems (Marzano, 2002; Allen, 1988; Ball et al., 2005). Direct vocabulary instruction alleviates confusion about the precise meaning of mathematical words (Raiker, 2002; Shuard & Rothery, 1984).

Assessment and Differentiation

LoveMath™ includes a Pre-Assessment to place the student in the curriculum where they have the maximum opportunity to be successful in acquiring new math knowledge and skills. The teacher dashboard is a powerful tool which provides rich data for differentiated instruction to ensure that the needs of all students are met. Providing teachers with specific information about how each student is performing consistently enhances students’ mathematics achievement (NMAP, 2008; Baker et al., 2002).

Adaptive Math Curriculum Scope by Grade

 

Kindergarten

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1st Grade

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2nd Grade

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3rd Grade

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