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After many months of hard work, we are proud to present iKnowIt.com, a new math practice site for students in Kindergarten through 5th grades.
Our goal was to create an interactive learning site that appeals to students as well as educators. We invite you to explore the website for free and let us know what you think.
Is the Site Free

Is this site still in development? Is it a free site?

Yes, we're still in development. And for now, the site is completely free to use.

There's no catch, and no commitment. We do not ask for a credit card information when you set up your account.

Try it Out

Can I try the lessons without signing up or logging in?

Yes, you and your students can use the lessons without logging in. However, becoming a member is completely free and it will allow you to use additional features of the site.

When you sign up, you can create a class roster. Each of your students will have individual login names and passwords. When they log in and use the site, you'll be able to view their scores and progress.

You'll also be able to assign specific lessons to your students and adjust user settings. Students who are logged in will also see a customized, easy-to-use, kid-friendly homepage.

Tansition to subscription

When will iKnowIt.com transition to a subscription site?

The site will remain free until about August 1, 2018. Until that time the site is still in development, so we're not going to charge anyone to use it.

Hiding grade levels

My students can see the grade level of each lesson. Is it possible to hide this?

When a student logs in with his or her own account, grade levels of the lessons are hidden.

More subjects

Will you add other subjects besides math? Will you add lessons for students in middle and high school grades?

We're starting with K through 5 math. After that, we may add lessons in other subjects, or we may expand the site to cover more grades. We're not sure yet.

Animation on/off

Can I turn the animation off? I find them annoying.

Yes. There's a small arrow next to the animated character. Click it once and the site will display emojis instead of animations. Click it twice and it will not display the animations or the emojis.

For Kindergarten through 4th grade lessons, the animations are turned on by default. For 5th grade lessons, the animations are turned off by default. Students can turn them on and off as they wish during the lesson.

Read Aloud

Is there a feature that allows questions to be read aloud?

Yes. Simply click the little speaker icon next to the question text.

Drawing on screen

Is there a "work space" feature that allows students to show/draw their work on screen?

Yes, but only if you're viewing the website on a table with a touch screen (such as an ipad). Simply click the pencil icon and the work space appears.

We do not have a work space feature for desktop, laptop, and Chromebook versions of the website. Generally, these devices do not have touch screens and it would be difficult for students to show their work by drawing it with a computer mouse.

Who built iKnowIt

Who built this site?

We're the same team that built and operates SuperTeacherWorksheets.com. Our team consists of a handful of teachers, graphic artists, computer programmers, and customer support staff.

All questions were written by experienced, professional elementary school teachers.
We've even tested the site with students in a classroom setting.

Works on mobile

Does this site work on mobile devices?

Yes, but we're still working out some bugs. It should work pretty well on tablet and mobile web browsers.

We're hoping to release official Android, iPad, and iPhone apps in the future. For now, you'll need to use a web browser, such as Safari or Chrome.

Aligned to Common Core

Are the lessons aligned to the Common Core Standards?

Yes. To view Common Core standards associated with a given lesson, simply click the

icon next to the lesson's name.

Is the Site Free

How much does a subscription cost?

Information on pricing and ordering can be found at the link below:

Recommending topics

I'd like to recommend a topic for a math lesson. How do I do this?

E-mail us via our contact form. We welcome all suggestions, feedback, and constructive criticism.

Reporting Issues

I'd like to report a bug or mistake. How do I do this?

We sincerely appreciate it when users write in to let us know when they see bugs or mistakes.

E-mail us via our contact form. Please include as much information as possible, including lesson title, type of computer you're using, what browser you use, etc.

Thank you for visiting! Please explore the site and let us know what you think!
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