Great for summer learning!

A new approach
to learning fractions.


Tackle an essential math concept through story-driven instruction.
Designed for grades 3–5.

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A new approach to learning fractions.

Tackle an essential math concept through story-driven instruction. Designed for grades 3–5.

SIGN UP FOR FREE TODAY!

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Adaptive Lessons

From carnivorous jungles to tribal feuds, students encounter fractions through immersive, digital lessons that adapt to them.

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Unlimited Practice

Every lesson comes with a companion practice level that allows students to practice their skills for any amount of time.

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Personalized Feedback

Students receive on-the-spot feedback that talks to them, draws on their screen, and helps them with their misconceptions.

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Simple Setup &
Reporting

Teachers can get students up and running in just a few minutes and monitor their progress over time with insightful reports.

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Adaptive Lessons

From carnivorous jungles to tribal feuds, students encounter fractions through immersive, digital lessons that adapt to them.

Unlimited Practice

Every lesson comes with a companion practice level that allows students to practice their skills for any amount of time.

Personalized Feedback

Students receive on-the-spot feedback that talks to them, draws on their screen, and helps them with their misconceptions.

Simple Setup &
Reporting

Teachers can get students up and running in just a few minutes and monitor their progress over time with insightful reports.

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Why fractions?

Fractions are critical for math success.

A research team led by Carnegie Mellon University’s Robert Siegler found that 5th graders’ understanding of fractions and division predicted high school students’ knowledge of algebra and overall math achievement and that U. S. students’ inadequate knowledge of fractions and division is a major source of the stagnant growth in the subject.

Early Predictors of High School Mathematics Achievement, Psychological Science, June 2012

Why fractions?

Fractions are critical for math success.

A research team led by Carnegie Mellon University’s Robert Siegler found that 5th graders’ understanding of fractions and division predicted high school students’ knowledge of algebra and overall math achievement and that U. S. students’ inadequate knowledge of fractions and division is a major source of the stagnant growth in the subject.

Early Predictors of High School Mathematics Achievement, Psychological Science, June 2012

How it works.

It begins with a story.

A set of four unique stories provides the foundation for real-world problems that can only be solved with fractions’ sense.

Lessons that are as adaptive as your students.

Students work with digital manipulatives and scenario-based problems seamlessly adapt to provide additional assistance and support where needed.

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Lessons that are as adaptive as your students.

Students work with digital manipulatives and scenario-based problems seamlessly adapt to provide additional assistance and support where needed.

A digital tutor along for the ride.

Characters respond to student answers by talking, drawing on their screen, and using the same manipulatives to show where misunderstandings may be occurring.

Practice makes perfect.

In addition to every lesson, a practice experience allows each student to keep their fractions' skills sharp and showcase their understanding.

Practice makes perfect.

In addition to every lesson, a practice experience allows each student to keep their fractions' skills sharp and showcase their understanding.

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It all comes back to the teacher.

All the data on student responses are fed back to the teacher in a set of simple but actionable reports that help to instantly reveal areas for continued assistance.

More coming soon!

More lessons and features are being added all the time!
Sign up today to explore.

More coming soon!

More lessons and features are being added all the time! Sign up today to explore.

Made by Amplify.

Amplify creates digital K–12 educational products and services that empower teachers, students, and parents in innovative ways. Any questions, comments, or concerns? We'd love to hear from you.