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February 13, 2021
It was easy to use! Engaging, interactive, and fun!
I think it will be very helpful in order to get students a deeper understand of the content as well as practice problems in a fun and interactive way.Continue reading
June 19, 2019
Learning math facts without even knowing your working to learn!
Reflex requires very little work and effort on the teacher's part. My students excelled in learning their math facts, which made math much easier to teach. Students became mathematically fluent!Continue reading
March 23, 2019
Fun and simple!
It started off pretty simple. My 5th grader began with typing in numbers, then moved on to timed simple addition problems.Continue reading
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January 12, 2019
Excellent for helping students practice adding/subtracting and multiplication/division facts without the need for flash cards!
I like this program and really enjoy that my students can practice their multiplication and division facts without flash cards. Often students don't have someone at home to help them study but with this program the games teach them.Continue reading
April 25, 2018
Reflex Math is the best program to practice fact fluency!
We have a math workshop model in our building. Reflex Math can fit seamlessly into your math workshop block. The students love this program because there are so many different games to choose from so they don't experience the burnout. The other benefit to this program is students are given facts in fact families and not isolation. This is a major benefit to using Reflex than using other programs out there.Continue reading
March 30, 2016
Your Students Will Love This Program
I love Reflex Math. This is a great program to engage students in number fluency and academic skill building. The content is dynamic, game-based and full of colorful sights and sounds that truly get students excited. The students are self-directed and they can be completed on the tablet or the computer. I do not have a single bad thing to say about this program.Continue reading
November 20, 2015
Great For Fact Fluency!!
The students really enjoy playing the basic fact games. There are certificates that the teacher can print out when students reach milestones. There progress can be monitored by the reports the teachers get. The students feel very successful and have gained many facts.Continue reading
May 7, 2015
Math Fact Automaticity for All!
I absolutely stand behind this product. I have never seen students more engaged in developing their fact knowledge. Students cannot wait for their turn to use class technology to access Reflex. We implemented the program in November and have 7 students who have mastered all addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts. Some of these students were either LD Math or in RTI for math/working memory issues. When assessing students with other measures we see 100% carryover of the fluency skills. One of the greatest features of Reflex math is the multiple assessment and dynamic leveling of the program. They have excellent algorithms which blend challenging facts with can-do facts to reduce stress. Students see everything in a game format and have practice opportunities with and without distractors. The final stage of each session involves a game that requires the brain to process on multiple levels. Students must navigate characters on the screen to perform tasks in their game while also responding to math fact prompts within time limits. This ensures that fluency and automaticity has been acquired. A caution I must say to the "plug and play educator," for roughly 2% of students coaching and close observation is required for adequate progress to be achieved. In my case these were the students who struggle with maintaining attention to task. Although the games are highly engaging, some students need an adult presence to keep them on track. When students do neglect to answer many of the prompts in a timely fashion the program will assume that they do not know the fact- not that they are unfocused. This program has worked well for all demographics of students. It yields 2 major benefits for the classroom as a whole: 1-students are cognitively enabled to focus on the higher order procedures of common core math since they do not need to calculate their facts. 2-students gain confidence in the area of math as fluency achievement increases (the easy to print certificates help with this).Continue reading
October 26, 2014
A top-rate app in building math fact fluency
Reflex Math is an invaluable tool for an elementary math class. One of the best features of the program is that students learn related operations at the same time, with visual representations that help them deepen their understanding. They internalized the concepts of the operations, applying them during our problem-solving sessions. By Christmas my class was 97% fluent in multiplication and division. The payoff was huge during our fractions and division units. Because of their facility with math facts, my students were much better-equipped to focus on the new concepts.Continue reading
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October 22, 2014
Engaging and Fun Way for Students to Build Fact Fluency
I would highly recommend this product to teachers who want their students to rapidly build math fact fluency (who doesn't?). Cost may be a drawback for some but for districts and classrooms that have the means and the technology, it would be an excellent investment. I love not having to copy timed tests and flash cards. The fact that students can also log in and practice at home is also a big plus. As long as the student logs in under their school profile from home, their progress will continue to be tracked. The fluency games are well-rendered and very high interest. Students cannot progress to the next level until they've mastered their current level facts at a fluent rate. If they stop to count on fingers, the fact will time out and they will not receive credit (points). The program will also go back and reteach fact families that students have not yet mastered, then takes them back through the practice games. I'm extremely pleased with the results I've seen thus far, and I'm eager to see the impact their fluency will have on students' overall Math performance.Continue reading
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