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VmathLive

Grade Levels:
K-8
f_Learner Level:
Elementary,Middle School
f_Shop Solutions:
Mathematics
f_Mathematics:
Comprehensive,Numbers and Operations,Data Analysis and Probability,Algebra,Measurement,Geometry,Problem Solving,Connections,Representation,Communication,Reasoning/Proof
f_Application/Use:
Supplemental,Comprehensive Intervention,Strategic Intervention,Summer School/After School
f_Format:
Digital/Online
f_Grants & Funding:
21st Century,EEIT,IDEA,School Improvement,Stabilization,Title I

Build Math Muscle

VmathLive is a web-based online math solution that creates a stimulating learning environment for students in grades K-8.

Watch your students gain confidence as they practice and sharpen their math skills, prepare for high-stakes tests, and play in real-time competitions of speed and skill—all in the exciting, web-based environment of VmathLive. Students can complete a whole year of common core-aligned math instruction in just 100 minutes of practice per week for 24 weeks.

 

 

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VmathLive School Year Student License: Aug-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:297369
  • Grade Level:2-8

Description:

School-year license will activate on August 1 and will expire July 31 of the following year

VmathLive Partial Year Student License: Jan-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:297377
  • Grade Level:2-8

Description:

License will activate at time of purchase (must be purchased between January and July) and will expire July 31

VmathLive Summer School Student License: May-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:297385
  • Grade Level:2-8

Description:

License will activate on May 1 and will expire July 31st of the same year

VmathLive Classroom Offer—August-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:297393
  • Grade Level:2-8

Description:

School-year classroom license (up to 25 students) will activate on August 1 and will expire July 31st of the following year 

VmathLive Classroom Partial Year—January-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:297406
  • Grade Level:2-8

Description:

Classroom license (up to 25 students) will activate at time of purchase (must be purchased between January and July) and will expire July 31st

VmathLive Classroom Summer School—May-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:307248
  • Grade Level:2-8

Description:

Classroom license (up to 25 students) will activate on May 1 and will expire July 31st of the same year

VmathLive Site Full Year—August-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:189982
  • Grade Level:2-8

Description:

Site license will activate on August 1 and will expire July 31st of the following year

VmathLive Site License Partial Year—January-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:259741
  • Grade Level:2-8

Description:

Site license will activate at time of purchase (must be purchased between January and July) and will expire July 31st

VmathLive Site License Summer School—May-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:288032
  • Grade Level:

Description:

Site license will activate on May 1st and will expire July 31st of the same year

VmathLive 2-Year Site Access School Year—August-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #:291557
  • Grade Level:2-8

Description:

2-year, school-year site license will activate on August 1 and will expire July 31st

 

VmathLive and VocabJourney Site License Access School Year: Aug-July

  • ISBN / UPC:
  • Item #: 296649-1
  • Grade Level:3-12

Description:

School-year site license will activate on August 1 and will expire July 31st of the following year

 






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  1. e-modules Suck!

    Posted by Brent Hammer on 7th May 2014

    I've used Vmathlive for a number of years now. This year e-modules were introduced as a way to bump students up automatically to the next grade level. The problem is students have no idea when they've bumped up to the next grade level and the e-modules go on forever, making students exasperated. Students feel like they never complete a grade level. Students need to feel accomplishment and victory along the way and this program needs to be set up in a way that when a grade level is completed, students clearly know that and are then put in the next grade level.


  2. Great addition to math curriculum

    Posted by Gina on 7th May 2014

    I purchased this program as a parent to assist my 8th grade son in preparing for high school. As a teacher, I have recommended it to all of my students for summer practice.


  3. Learning to Love Math

    Posted by Lunie on 6th May 2014



    My poor son, 7 yrs, is disgusted with math. When he hears the word math, his whole demeanor changes. If he could take a nap at that moment, he would and we all know 7 yr old boys do not want to nap. Anyways, my son is building on basic math concepts and when he reaches the bronze medal he continues to shoot for the GOLD!!!! VMath Live is an awesome program that is helping my son overcome his fear of math. Thanks!!!!!!


  4. Learning to Love Math

    Posted by Unknown on 6th May 2014



    My poor son, 7 yrs, is disgusted with math. When he hears the word math, his whole demeanor changes. If he could take a nap at that moment, he would and we all know 7 yr old boys do not want to nap. Anyways, my son is building on basic math concepts and when he reaches the bronze medal he continues to shoot for the GOLD!!!! VMath Live is an awesome program that is helping my son overcome his fear of math. Thanks!!!!!!