It's hard to believe another school year is coming to an end! Read the iKnowIt May blog post to learn about three fun math review games you can play with your class. These games are a hit with kids of all ages, and you can use them to practice a variety of math skills in the classroom or online. Click the link to read the article.
The final weeks of the school year are the perfect time to brush up on math fact fluency. Try out any of the math fact drills on iKnowIt.com to practice addition facts, subtraction facts, multiplication facts, and division facts with your class. Drill those math facts into memory before school's out for the summer!
Students love the adorable animated characters they meet in their math practice sessions on iKnowIt.com. However, you may prefer your students to practice their math skills without their animated friends, especially during end-of-the-year review time, and that's a great option too. Simply set the character animations to "Allow" or "Do Not Allow" under the general lesson settings in your administrator account.
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Your students have mastered so many math skills this school year! Help them review important math topics with fun, interactive math activities right here on iKnowIt.com. Whether you use iKnowIt for independent practice time in the classroom, individual review at home, or as a part of your virtual lesson plans, we've got your end-of-the-year math review covered!
Hats off to You and Your Students!
The iKnowIt team couldn't be prouder of our incredible community of educators and students for rising above the challenges of the 2020-21 school year. You and your students faced the pandemic-related difficulties of the past school year with a lot of creativity, hard work, and resilience. We're cheering you on as you head toward the finish line!