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First In Math Proven Results

Since 2002, FIRST IN MATH online has provided K-8 math experiences that support independent learning and help students become problem solvers. Unique among curriculum supplements, First In Math creates a culture of success by stressing that effort and goal setting are the pathways to mastery. In the classroom or at home, we provide meaningful practice that can improve test scores, and change attitudes about math.

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Case Studies:

Computational Thinking Using the First In Math Online Program

A new Lehigh University research study on the successful use of First In Math at Marvine Elementary has been peer reviewed and published in the Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, Spring 2020 Vol 12, no 1.

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Testimonials:

April 12, 2021

One instructional challenge of the pandemic has been finding fun, challenging, and relevant web-based programming that students can use from home to strengthen foundational skills.

Too often such programming is either boringly simple or painfully difficult. First In Math has been just right – providing engaging, meaningful learning experiences that teachers can use to introduce, refresh, or extend important skills. Bethlehem students enjoy the games and challenges, and we have seen improvement in students' math skills when they meet their individual FIM goals.

First In Math has been an MVP during the pandemic.

Dr. Jack Silva, Chief Academic Officer
Bethlehem Area School District, Bethlehem, PA


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"Integrating FIM into the school’s culture fosters a desire to compete—and succeed—academically."

Marc Horowitz
Teacher, Indian Trace ES

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