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    Review: How Can Netmath Help You

    The Review Activities Starting the school year brushing up on everything that students have taken all summer to forget is a mission in which we want to help you! For this, we have selected for you review activities in each of the main areas of the previous level’s program. You…

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  • The Characters From the Netmath Universe

    Behind the Scenes Today, we are opening the doors of our studio to let you discover our illustrations. In fact, all the pictures you see in Netmath are created by our team. Here is how our very unique universe and characters are shaped and brought to life.   A fun, dynamic…

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  • How can I get the activation codes for my class?

    It’s the start of another school year! It’s time to create your account and those of your students. To do so, you will need your activation codes.   You have already obtained your codes? Follow the indications here to create or reactivate the accounts of your students. You have not yet received…

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  • Netmath app available now in English on iPad

    Canada’s number one digital math resource Netmath is available now on iPad. Access thousands of mathematics activities for grades 3 to 11.

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  • Netmath: A Game Changer in Math Education

    Netmath is now available in English in four Canadian provinces! Until now, Netmath – Canada’s number one digital math resource – was only offered in French, but starting today, it’s available in English in four Canadian provinces: Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and Manitoba. More than 15 000 interactive activities have been…

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  • The People Behind Netmath : Richard

    His mission: create useful, unique and innovative tools Richard joined the Scolab team this year. Meet our product manager. Me at Scolab For almost 20 years, I have been working in education and development of educational material, from traditional publishing to technology. My current role within Scolab is to develop…

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  • Les gens derrière Netmath: Luc

    L’humain avant tout! De la première prise en main à un usage quotidien de Netmath, Luc vous accompagne pour vous aider à utiliser de manière optimale cet outil pensé pour faciliter l’enseignement et l’apprentissage des mathématiques. Luc, c’est notre responsable des comptes scolaires pour Netmath.ca. Si vous êtes à l’affût…

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  • The Mystery Triangle

    Sonya puts your brain to the test! Sonya wants to check if you are ready for the end of year exams and has given you a new challenge! Place the numbers 1 to 9 in the circles of the triangle so that the sum of the numbers on each side…

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  • Find the missing number

    Start the month off on the right foot with one of Sonya’s challenges! For Sonya’s early May challenge, find the number that replaces the question mark. Did you find it? Try solving more of Sonya’s brain teasers, then put your students and friends to the test!

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  • Like a fish trying to go with the flow

    April challenge Here is Sonya’s April challenge for you! A fish is swimming against the current. Move only 3 of the 8 matches to make it swim in the opposite direction. Did you figure out which matches you can move? No? Click here to get the solution. Give Sonya’s other challenges…

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  • The People behind Netmath: Carl

    President and co-founder of Netmath Netmath is the brainchild of two very inquisitive minds: that of teacher Claude Laverdure and of young computer science graduate Carl Malartre. A Secondary 1 and 2 mathematics teacher, Claude designed small, educational software modules for his students. He suggested that Carl make them available…

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  • Only one match away from the answer!

    The last brain teaser of the month For this last brain teaser of the month, Sonya challenges you to find the number “5” by moving only one match stick. You will find the answer here. Try to solve more of Sonya’s puzzles.  

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  • Optical illusion

    Sonya has dreamed up a new brain teaser! Ready? Sonya has another challenging puzzle for you this month. Can you tell which of the two is greater: the total area of yellow or the total area of blue? You will find the answer here. Try to solve more of Sonya’s puzzles.  

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  • An ace behind the wheel

    A new challenge to jumpstart the month of March! Not only is Sonya great at creating puzzles, she is also an outstanding driver. Today, she challenges you to find the number of the space where she parked. You will find the answer here. Try to solve more of Sonya’s puzzles.

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