While other programs focus solely on rote memorization, Factivation!® was designed by an educator to teach Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division facts in a Mathematically meaningful way!
Our highly effective, complete Math fact fluency solution ensures fact mastery through a well-rounded approach that includes concept, accuracy, fluency, and application. Students develop Mathematical vocabulary, as well as an understanding of the commutative property and reciprocity!
We offer solutions to both teachers and parents. We invite you to watch our instructional video samples and visit the different areas of our website below!
Navigate to any Factivation!® lesson from your teacher dashboard. Easily find instructional videos, printables, and assessments for all Math facts!
Parents and Teachers– The Kids’ Fact Lab includes all lesson videos and games for home practice. Teachers can utilize the Fact Lab for homework or in-class station work.
Our complete learning management system! The self-paced Math Facts Academy is a free add-on feature for Teacher + Class members. It’s a perfect solution for distance learning or differentiation.
While Factivation!® includes a variety of resources (video, printable, and interactive) for every aspect of Math fact instruction, its instructional videos are truly the heart of the program. Factuary Al™ and his entourage of colorful characters introduce students to all Math facts using simple, memory-enhancing strategies. The Four Strategies™ provide meaningful, intriguing “hooks” that act as a powerful springboard to fact fluency.
This simple-to-follow lesson progression scaffolds Math fact instruction, leading students from conceptual understanding to automaticity to application of newly acquired facts!
With all the same teachers and just the use of Factivation!® being the difference, our 5th grade math scores went from 76% to 96% passing! I have never found such a beneficial tool as Factivation!® It provides an organized, easy way to get the facts memorized that includes visual, auditory, and hands-on methods that work.”
Dr. Diane Welker, Principal, Central Intermediate