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  • Fractions: 3 Concrete Ideas to Overcome Them!

    Ideas of activities used in Valérie Lebel’s classroom, math resource teacher Fractions, a key point in the mathematics curriculum that, if not well understood from their introduction at the elementary level, are likely to pose some difficulties for students later on. To help you in this complex task, our Netmath…

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  • The Best of our Social Media in November

    What happened this month? A brief roundup for those of you who were not too present on Facebook and Twitter in November. Here is an overview of what should not to be missed this month on our social media!   Netmath met you! This month, we attended several major events…

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  • The People Behind Netmath: Tom

    Well-being and happiness in the heart of business On July 12, 2004, Tom founded Scolab, the studio that created and develops Netmath, with his friends Carl, Jean-Philippe and Steve. He is now the Sales, Support and Marketing Director. Two missions drive Tom’s days: the relationship with the customer and the…

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  • Releasing the Joy of Learning With a Specialist in Mathematics Education

    When educators work closely with Netmath Releasing the Joy of Learning: Why? How? The anxiety developed in the face of the inability to answer a mathematical question generates distress in children. A distress that we tend to underestimate. Colette Picard, an orthopedagogue and PhD in Mathematics Education, teaches at the…

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  • Street Art

    Sonya’s new puzzle Did you know that Sonya is a fan of street art? She has also decorated her home with mathematical graffiti, and of course it includes a small enigma. Try to solve it by replacing the question mark with the correct number. We will give you the solution…

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  • The Mess

    Start the month with one of Sonya’s puzzles Sonya was having some beams of wood delivered to build her new chalet. But all of a sudden… crash! The beams fell from the delivery truck and it’s a complete mess. Help Sonya find and count the number of beams that have…

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  • Activate Your Netmath Account in 5 Steps

    Are you subscribed to Netmath for the new school year? Here’s how to activate your account in 5 steps. Step 1 – Recover your teacher’s code If your school board or school has a subscription to Netmath for this year, you should have received your codes by email. If this…

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  • The Best of our Social Media in October

    What happened this month? With the rush of back to school, it’s hard to know where to begin and you have set Facebook aside, no problem! Here is a small summary of what should not to be missed this month on our social media. James Tanton presenting “Exploding Dots” in…

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  • New Wallpapers to Download for Halloween!

    Your favorite monsters to decorate your screen A small gift for Halloween: our team is offering you 3 original wallpapers featuring your favorite little monsters. Free to download. They will make your computer screen… terrifying!   Pick your favorite image, and download it as your desktop wallpaper.        …

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  • A Pair of Monsters

    A Halloween special challenge An army of little monsters are at the gates of Mathlantis, ready to sweep the streets of our beautiful city in search of candies. With the fog, Sonya finds it hard to distinguish them. Help her to see better how this army of monsters is formed…

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  • “A World Of Hertz”: A New Mission on Netmath

    Reconstruct Mathlantis? Mission accepted! Star hunters, here we go on an all new adventure! The most important of all and probably the most exciting too.   All the devices that regulate Mathlantis’ mathematical knowledge have been sabotaged. All of history’s mathematicians have been mobilized. We have just learned the secret…

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  • When Schools Mobilise to Keep Netmath

    Student success comes first! Last July, the Ministry of Education announced that they wouldn’t extend the government measure allowing Quebec schools to receive, without charge, a class subscription to Netmath. The school principals of the Commission scolaire des Trois-Lacs (CSTL) then made the choice to support themselves – with the budget of…

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  • Netmath: Smart Features for Students

    From the Schoolbag to the Tablet, the Benefits of Digital Learning Martin arrives for math class. He takes out his pencil case from his bag, and from his pencil case, he takes out a pencil, an eraser, crayons, a felt, a ruler, a protractor, a setsquare, a compass and a…

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