The First In Math program offers the opportunity for students to play math games and learn math skills at home with a feature called Family Link. The Fist In Math at-home Family Link allows students to play competitive and cooperative games and have full access to site content. Family Link also allows parents to play along and check their child's achievement status.
The First In Math online math program and at-home Family Link feature offer parents a way to participate in their student's math education. Parents use a First In Math log-in at home to gain access to the math curriculum-based content. This allows parents to work with their children at home to reinforce math skills learned at school.
A useful feature of the First In Math Family Link program is that students earn additional passwords and program access to share with parents or siblings in the home when they reach certain achievements. This sharing offers a whole family access to benefits of the math games and learning.
The Family Link feature for the Fist In Math program connects students and families with a school-based curriculum. Because of this, the feature is only available for accounts provided as a part of a school subscription.