Imagine Math Facts

Quick Guide

Getting started

Imagine Math Facts solves the math fluency puzzle in an intensely memorable way that facilitates learning. As students participate in Imagine Math Facts, they quickly gain math-fact fluency, a new interest in math, and an attitude of success toward solving problems.

Teacher/admin portal

Teachers and administrators can visit https://mathfacts.imaginelearning.com to sign in to the Imagine Math Facts portal to view reports and add students.

Imagine Math Facts teacher login

Student login

Launch the Imagine Math Facts app or visit https://mathfacts.imaginelearning.com.

Imagine Math Facts login

Equipment

Computers and devices

To ensure a smooth student experience, test all devices in advance. See System requirements for information about supported devices.

Headsets

Imagine Math Facts is best utilized with headphones.

 

Please be sure to keep each headset with its paired computer so as not to confuse device connections.

Printer (optional)

Teachers can print certificates by using the browser’s built-in print functionality.

Reports

Log in to your teacher or administrator account to view reports with information about weekly usage for classes, and class averages of pre- and post-test scores.

Imagine Math Facts reports

Add classes

To add classes

  1. Click Add Classes, and then type or paste in new classes in the right panel. A new line represents a new class. The left panel previews your work. Nothing prevents the creation of two classes with the same name.
  2. Click Add to create the classes.

    Add classes modal window

Add students

To add students

  1. Select a class from the organization tree, then enter studentname;username;password. A new line represents a new student.
     

    Imagine Math Facts now requires a unique username and password for each student.

  2. Click Add to create the students.

    Add classes modal window

Student instructions

Students who use Imagine Math Facts with fidelity are more likely to achieve optimal results.

 

We recommend that students spend 30 minutes a week playing the program to develop fluency in math facts.