XtraMath is a web-based interactive program that provides young students with fundamentals of mathematics. It features topics such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. It also provides facts about fractions, decimals, multi-digit algorithms and higher level math. XtraMath gives access to short and simple activities for students.
Parents can use XtraMath with their children at home, and teachers can use it as a teaching tool in the classroom. XtraMath regularly sends progress reports in email to parents and offers detailed reports online. Its easy-to-use platform encourages group activities between students. It can also be used by teachers to set up classes in a very less time. The platform is free of charge, as of 2015.
XtraMath helps students to gain fluency in basic arithmetic operations with the help of short activities. Students practice basic math problems and get useful ratings or feedback to track their performance. Simple and detailed progress reports display the score and performance graph of each student. Teachers receive access to a list showing the score and progress of each student.
XtraMath helps to organize participation in classrooms with shared computers. It provides a simple interface for young students to sign into their classroom account. The XtraMath website is advertisement-free and does not sell any information to spammers.