We’re excited to announce that Mathletics is taking off into space with the release of Multiverse!
What is Multiverse in Mathletics
Set in a rich, animated story world, Multiverse is an online multiplication fact fluency game where your students take charge as space traders exploring new worlds.
Watch them put their multiplication skills to the test as they scan asteroids, harvest minerals, plot coordinates and defeat space pirates!
Developing mastery of multiplication and division is essential for all students. Multiplicative thinking is the basis of many other parts of mathematics including fractions, ratio and algebra.
However, learning multiplication facts can be dull and repetitive, and we know how important it is to engage students in their learning.
That is why we created Multiverse – to meet the increased need for engaging online mathematics games to help students revise their multiplication skills and knowledge. Without knowing it, your students will be answering thousands of questions as they venture through space.
We know how marking can be such a time burden for teachers. In Multiverse, students will be given immediate feedback on their answers, encouraging them to be reactive in correcting their errors, saving you hours of marking time!
Learning Multiplication In A Fun And Engaging Way
Multiverse blends the educational aspects of mental calculation, with a captivating gaming experience that students will love to play and keep playing, as they reinforce their multiplication skills.
Created in collaboration with an award-winning Australia games company, featuring an original story, characters, artwork, games design and scoring, Multiverse is an engaging and immersive environment to recall multiplication facts and develop fluency.
Where to find Multiverse in Mathletics
Multiverse is included with all Mathletics school subscriptions. If your school is already a Mathletics user, log in to your Mathletics account to access it. It can be found under the play tab of the Student Console.
Don’t have access to Mathletics? Click on the link below to find out more.