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Counting objects, comparing numbers, identifying shapes, and more.

Understanding addition, understanding equality, basic addition to 100, and more.

Understanding addition, understanding equality, basic addition to 100, and more.

Understanding multiplication, missing factor, fraction pictures, and more.

Factoring, prime numbers, fraction equivalence, line plots, and more.

Relative place value, fraction word problems, rectangular solids, and more.

Ratios, integers, number line inequalities, trapezoids, and more.


Scientific notation, repeating decimals, exponent rules, and more.

Graphs to linear equations, system of equations, quadratic formula, and more.

MasteryBased Teaching Through Adaptive Practice
Developed by MIT graduates since 2003, MathScore helps students acquire a deep understanding of math by providing adaptive math practice that functions like selfguided lessons. MathScore is fun, but the real magic is the improved confidence and grittiness that MathScore instills. For any important math concept, we help students achieve mastery in 3 phases:
 Develop relatable, definitionlevel understanding: Often using visuals, we help a student understand the basic meaning of a concept, such as the meaning of addition, the meaning of a fraction, etc.
 Develop computational excellence: Using adaptive techniques, we efficiently develop strong computational skills. For example, we are tremendously effective at helping students learn their math facts by creatively honing certain subsets of the math facts.
 Develop analytical understanding: This is the ultimate goal, which is to apply the concept in real world situations. This becomes possible after a student achieves a strong definitionlevel understanding as well as computational excellence. Typically we will use word problems or graphs to hone this ability.
Aligned to the Common Core Math Standards (and others)
MathScore aligns with the Common Core Math Standards as well as the standards of a few states that did not adopt the Common Core. For your convenience, you can browse our alignments to the Common Core Standards by grade level below: