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Mountain Math, Mountain Language, and Common Core Daily Review are colorful, year-round, spiral review products that supplement whatever math and language programs you are using.

Mountain Math Daily Review is available for grades Kindergarten through Algebra and is based on many state, NCTM, and basic math standards.

Mountain Language Daily Review is available for grades Kindergarten through Eighth Grade and is based on many state, national, and basic English standards.

Common Core Daily Review is available for grades Kindergarten through Eighth Grade and is correlated to the Common Core National Standards.

Our Daily Review Products are available as online subscriptions, 13" x 19" flip-chart centers, and bulletin-board kits. They follow the distributed practice (spaced repetition) theory, which states the learners retain and master information when it is reviewed in spaced intervals.

Our Daily Review Products work best when:

  • It is started after a concept has been taught;
  • It is used daily, 10-15 minutes, a few problems per day, one page a week;
  • Each student uses one response sheet per week;
  • It is used as an assessment tool;
  • It is adjusted to fit your classroom time and environment.

MOUNTAIN MATH

How do I change my grade level?

Please contact us with your username and new grade level and we will update your grade level.

How do I recover my password?

Click on the "forgot password" link on the log in page. We recommend that you save a copy of your order number, username, and password.

How do I renew a username?

You can easily renew your username(s) through our online shopping cart. Before you add the item to the cart, make sure that you have typed in a username into the renewal field. You can also renew by phone, fax or emailed purchase order. Please make sure to include the username(s) that you wish to renew. If you don't include a username on your renewal order, we will likely issue you a new username.

When does my subscription begin?

Your 1 year subscription begins on the first day that you log in. Please begin using your subscription within 1 year of the order date.

Do I need to save my order number(s) and username(s)?

Yes, it's a good idea to keep track of your order number(s), order date(s) and original username(s). In some situations with multiple orders within the same district, or in case a teacher loses or changes their username, we will be better able to retrieve your subscription information if we have your original order number.

Do Math/Language Online subscriptions have an answer key?

Yes, when you isolate a concept and select the "A" button, the answer will appear. Answers are also included with the PDF response sheet.

Do I need to purchase both math and language subscriptions?

Yes, if you want to subscribe to both math and language, you will need to purchase 2 subscriptions. These two subscriptions can be linked together after you log in so that they can be used together.

What computers is the service compatible with?

Most devices with a modern web browser are supported (Windows, OSX, Linux, iOS, Android, Chrome OS).

What's the best screen resolution?

Screen resolution of 800x600 or higher is recommended. If the graphics are too small, click the full screen button near the top right corner. You can isolate 1 or more problems by clicking on the zoom buttons near the top of the screen.

Why is only part of the screen showing?

Some browsers can crop part of screen if your zoom in set to a value other than 100%. Check View->Zoom->100% in your settings or type Ctrl-0 to reset your zoom.

Why can't I log in, or why does it kick me out?

Confirm your browser is set to accept cookies by opening the browser and then clicking 'Tools', then 'Internet Options', then click the 'Privacy' tab. From here you must select a privacy setting that will allow 1st party cookies. (In Internet Explorer, the 'Medium' privacy setting will work.) If you're experiencing problems, please try a different web browser or try deleting the cookies and clear the cache (temporary internet files or downloaded files) in your browser. Sometimes cookies get stuck or cached files get corrupted.

What is the difference between the Online Subscription and the Bulletin Board Kit?

They are both viewed by the entire classroom. The Online Subscription is projected onto any digital media-board or classroom projector that has internet access. It is interactive. It is a virtual bulletin board. Zoom in, isolate a concept or two or three. You decide! The answers can be revealed for quick checking. It is the same great daily review--just in a digital form.

Are the virtual boards in any order?

The virtual boards follow the same layout of the Center Edition; however, the concept can be isolated and another problem can be chosen. This provides you with the flexibility to assess the concept mastery of your students. Some problems are more rigorous.

Do the Online Subscription have an answer key?

Yes, when you isolate a concept and select the "A" button, the answer will appear. A combination of questions (up to seven) can also be grouped together to reveal the answers. Answers are also included with the PDF response sheet.

How long does it take to complete a virtual board?

The short answer: at the beginning of the year, your students might need more time as they are learning new concepts, but by mid-year, it should take your students 10-15 minutes each day to complete the virtual board by the end of the week. At the end of the year, your students should be able to do the entire virtual board in 10-15 minutes, showing their mastery.

The long answer: you teach the concept and use our Online Subscription to master it with daily review. Decide how many and which problems the students review each day. You will be ready to introduce the response sheet to your students after you have taught a few of the concepts. It will take your students longer to finish the virtual board at the beginning of the year when they have to learn the concept. If the students have learned a concept in previous grades and are building on it, start with an easier virtual board. The idea is to spend 10-15 minutes a day on review. As you teach new concepts, those concepts will be added to the rotation. In our daily review, there are between 24-32 different problems. There are enough problems to last all year. Your students should be able to do the entire virtual board in 10-15 minutes at the end of the year, showing their mastery.

Are pretest and posttests included?

For a pretest, have your students do the entire virtual board at the first of the year. A posttest will be done at the end of the year by doing an entire virtual board. You will be able to see exactly what concepts each student knows and what they still need to work on.

The concepts for each number are listed on the coversheet. Having your students do an entirely different virtual board several days in a row, often during the year, provides excellent assessment. This is a great way to provide assessment for Parent-Teacher Conferences.

What if some of my students do the entire virtual board the first day?

With the Online Subscription, you can isolate only the concepts for that day. They will be seeing only the problems for that specific day.

What if I haven't taught the concept yet?

You can choose to do a mini lesson on that concept by choosing an easier problem, or you can display only the concepts you have taught. Add the newly taught concepts to the virtual board as you teach it.

What if I lose the response sheet?

We will send you a new response sheet via email--just let us know. We will need to know which product you are using along with the grade level.

Does Kindergarten have a response sheet? Mountain Math has suggested questions for the beginning of the year and then moves to a response sheet when the students are ready to use it.

What grade levels are available in Mountain Math?

Mountain Math Online Subscriptions are available from Kindergarten to Algebra. Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, General, Pre-Algebra, and Algebra.

What are the differences between the Kit and the Center editions?

When our Kit is displayed, it is big enough to be seen by the entire class. Our center is a 13"x19" flip chart. It is meant to be used in small groups (5-6 students). The print is likely too small to be seen by the whole class. It is excellent to use for teachers that do not have wall space available, or have stations set up in their classroom. Our Center edition comes with an answer key. Each page has set problems allowing for an organized and helpful answer key. The Kit has 500+ different board combinations making an answer key cumbersome and arduous.

How long does it take to complete the Center Edition?

The short answer: at the beginning of the year, your students might need more time as they are learning new concepts, but by mid-year, it should take your students 10-15 minutes each day to complete a page by the end of the week. At the end of the year, your students should be able to do the entire page in 10-15 minutes, showing their mastery.

The long answer: you teach the concept and use our Center Edition to master it with daily review. Decide how many and which problems the students review each day. You will be ready to introduce the response sheet to your students after you have taught a few of the concepts. It will take your students longer to finish the page at the beginning of the year when they have to learn the concept. If the students have learned a concept in previous grades and are building on it, start with an easier page. The idea is to spend 10-15 minutes a day on review. As the teacher teaches new concepts, those concepts will be added to the rotation. In our daily review, there are between 32 different problems per concept. There are enough problems to last all year. Your students should be able to do an entire page in 10-15 minutes at the end of the year, showing their mastery.

Are pretest and posttests included?

For a pretest, have your students do an entire page at the first of the year. A posttest will be done at the end of the year by doing an entire page. You will be able to see exactly what concepts each student knows and what they still need to work on. The concepts for each number are listed on the coversheet. Having your students do an entirely different page several days in a row, often during the year, provides excellent assessment. This is a great way to provide assessment for Parent-Teacher Conferences.

Do the Center Edition come with an answer key?

Yes, an answer key is included.

What if I lose the response sheet?

We will send you a new response sheet via email--just let us know. We will need to know which product you are using along with the grade level.

Does Kindergarten have a response sheet?

Mountain Math has suggested questions for the beginning of the year and then moves to a response sheet when the students are ready to use it.

What grade levels are available in Mountain Math?

Mountain Math Center Editions are available from Kindergarten to Algebra.
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, General, Pre-Algebra, and Algebra.

What is the best way to display my cards?

The cards in our kits are to be displayed on a bulletin board, wall, cabinet, science display board, white board, etc. We suggest you use vinyl mounts which attach to the surface either using staples, colored duct tape, magnets, or pins. You can purchase the vinyl mounts from us or you can follow the DIY instructions that are included in the kit.

Mounting Instructions

The vinyl pockets are grade specific and are labeled to correspond with each set of cards.
The cards and vinyl pockets are labeled in the bottom left-hand corner with a code (e.g. 4-3).
The first number corresponds to the grade level.
The second number corresponds to the problem set.
Use the picture on the coversheet to see a suggested placement of the cards.
Adjust the card placement to fit the size of your bulletin board.
All of the cards fit in the vinyl mounts to provide easy organization and storage throughout the year.

Are the cards in any order?

The cards aren't in any order. This provides you with the flexibility to adapt the rigor to the level of your class each year. Some cards are more rigorous--use your professional judgment when selecting the order.

Do the Bulletin Board Kits come with an answer key?

No, there are over 500 different board combinations. Teachers will be using the cards in different combinations making an answer key cumbersome and arduous. The focus of our products is concept mastery, making the process more important than the final answer. Easy in class solutions: make an answer key at the beginning of each board change, or have the students solve the board together when it is complete. If you have an unique way of solving the problems, please share it with us!

How long does it take to complete the board?

The short answer: at the beginning of the year, your students might need more time as they are learning new concepts, but by mid-year, it should take your students 10-15 minutes each day to complete the board by the end of the week. At the end of the year, your students should be able to do the entire board in 10-15 minutes, showing their mastery.

The long answer: you teach the concept and use our Bulletin Board Kit to master it with daily review. Decide how many and which problems the students review each day. You will be ready to introduce the response sheet to your students after you have taught a few of the concepts. It will take your students longer to finish the board at the beginning of the year when they have to learn the concept. If the students have learned a concept in previous grades and are building on it, start with an easier card. The idea is to spend 10-15 minutes a day on review. As the teacher teaches new concepts, those concepts will be added to the rotation. In our daily review, there are between 24-32 different problems. There are enough problems to last all year--mixing them up gives you endless possibilities. Your students should be able to do the entire board in 10-15 minutes at the end of the year, showing their mastery.

Are pretest and posttests included?

For a pretest, have your students do the entire board at the first of the year. A posttest will be done at the end of the year by doing an entire board. You will be able to see exactly what concepts each student knows and what they still need to work on. The concepts for each number are listed on the coversheet. Having your students do an entire different board several days in a row, often during the year, provides excellent assessment. This is a great way to provide assessment for Parent-Teacher Conferences.

What if some of my students do the entire board the first day?

Instead of changing every card on the board, only turn the cards for that day. They will be seeing only the new problems for that specific day. They will have done the other problems the previous week.

What if I haven't taught the concept yet?

You can choose to do a mini lesson on that concept by choosing an easier problem, or you can display only the cards of the concepts you have taught. Add the concept cards to the daily review as you teach it.

What if I lose the response sheet?

We will send you a new response sheet via email--just let us know. We will need to know which product you are using along with the grade level.

Does Kindergarten have a response sheet?

Mountain Math has suggested questions for the beginning of the year and then moves to a response sheet when the students are ready to use it.

How do the bulletin boards, centers, and online programs differ?

The bulletin board kits and the online subscriptions are meant to be seen by the whole class.
The centers are meant for small group (5-6 students) instruction. Centers measure 13"x19" and will not be able to be seen by the entire class.
Each product version covers the same concepts and uses the same response sheets.

What grade levels are available in Mountain Math?

Mountain Math Kits are available from Kindergarten to Algebra.
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and Algebra.
COMMON CORE

How do I change my grade level?

Please contact us with your username and new grade level and we will update your grade level.

How do I recover my password?

Click on the "forgot password" link on the log in page. We recommend that you save a copy of your order number, username, and password.

How do I renew a username?

You can easily renew your username(s) through our online shopping cart. Before you add the item to the cart, make sure that you have typed in a username into the renewal field. You can also renew by phone, fax or emailed purchase order. Please make sure to include the username(s) that you wish to renew. If you don't include a username on your renewal order, we will likely issue you a new username.

When does my subscription begin?

Your 1 year subscription begins on the first day that you log in. Please begin using your subscription within 1 year of the order date.

Do I need to save my order number(s) and username(s)?

Yes, it's a good idea to keep track of your order number(s), order date(s) and original username(s). In some situations with multiple orders within the same district, or in case a teacher loses or changes their username, we will be better able to retrieve your subscription information if we have your original order number.

Do Math/Language Online subscriptions have an answer key?

Yes, when you isolate a concept and select the "A" button, the answer will appear. Answers are also included with the PDF response sheet.

Do I need to purchase both math and language subscriptions?

Yes, if you want to subscribe to both math and language, you will need to purchase 2 subscriptions. These two subscriptions can be linked together after you log in so that they can be used together.

What computers is the service compatible with?

Most devices with a modern web browser are supported (Windows, OSX, Linux, iOS, Android, Chrome OS).

What's the best screen resolution?

Screen resolution of 800x600 or higher is recommended. If the graphics are too small, click the full screen button near the top right corner. You can isolate 1 or more problems by clicking on the zoom buttons near the top of the screen.

Why is only part of the screen showing?

Some browsers can crop part of screen if your zoom in set to a value other than 100%. Check View->Zoom->100% in your settings or type Ctrl-0 to reset your zoom.

Why can't I log in, or why does it kick me out?

Confirm your browser is set to accept cookies by opening the browser and then clicking 'Tools', then 'Internet Options', then click the 'Privacy' tab. From here you must select a privacy setting that will allow 1st party cookies. (In Internet Explorer, the 'Medium' privacy setting will work.) If you're experiencing problems, please try a different web browser or try deleting the cookies and clear the cache (temporary internet files or downloaded files) in your browser. Sometimes cookies get stuck or cached files get corrupted.

What is the difference between the Online Subscription and the Bulletin Board Kit?

They are both viewed by the entire classroom. The Online Subscription is projected onto any digital media-board or classroom projector that has internet access. It is interactive. It is a virtual bulletin board. Zoom in, isolate a concept or two or three. You decide! The answers can be revealed for quick checking. It is the same great daily review--just in a digital form.

Are the virtual boards in any order?

The virtual boards follow the same layout of the Center Edition; however, the concept can be isolated and another problem can be chosen. This provides you with the flexibility to assess the concept mastery of your students. Some problems are more rigorous.

Do the Online Subscription have an answer key?

Yes, when you isolate a concept and select the "A" button, the answer will appear. A combination of questions (up to seven) can also be grouped together to reveal the answers. Answers are also included with the PDF response sheet.

How long does it take to complete a virtual board?

The short answer: at the beginning of the year, your students might need more time as they are learning new concepts, but by mid-year, it should take your students 10-15 minutes each day to complete the virtual board by the end of the week. At the end of the year, your students should be able to do the entire virtual board in 10-15 minutes, showing their mastery.

The long answer: you teach the concept and use our Online Subscription to master it with daily review. Decide how many and which problems the students review each day. You will be ready to introduce the response sheet to your students after you have taught a few of the concepts. It will take your students longer to finish the virtual board at the beginning of the year when they have to learn the concept. If the students have learned a concept in previous grades and are building on it, start with an easier virtual board. The idea is to spend 10-15 minutes a day on review. As you teach new concepts, those concepts will be added to the rotation. In our daily review, there are between 24-32 different problems. There are enough problems to last all year. Your students should be able to do the entire virtual board in 10-15 minutes at the end of the year, showing their mastery.

Are pretest and posttests included?

For a pretest, have your students do the entire virtual board at the first of the year. A posttest will be done at the end of the year by doing an entire virtual board. You will be able to see exactly what concepts each student knows and what they still need to work on.

The concepts for each number are listed on the coversheet. Having your students do an entirely different virtual board several days in a row, often during the year, provides excellent assessment. This is a great way to provide assessment for Parent-Teacher Conferences.

What if some of my students do the entire virtual board the first day?

With the Online Subscription, you can isolate only the concepts for that day. They will be seeing only the problems for that specific day.

What if I haven't taught the concept yet?

You can choose to do a mini lesson on that concept by choosing an easier problem, or you can display only the concepts you have taught. Add the newly taught concepts to the virtual board as you teach it.

What if I lose the response sheet?

We will send you a new response sheet via email--just let us know. We will need to know which product you are using along with the grade level.

Does Kindergarten have a response sheet?

Common Core Daily Review has suggested questions for the beginning of the year and then moves to a response sheet when the students are ready to use it.

What grade levels are available in Common Core Daily Review?

Common Core Daily Review Online Subscriptions are available from Kindergarten to 8th Grade. Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th.

What are the differences between the Kit and the Center editions?

When our Kit is displayed, it is big enough to be seen by the entire class. Our center is a 13"x19" flip chart. It is meant to be used in small groups (5-6 students). The print is likely too small to be seen by the whole class. It is excellent to use for teachers that do not have wall space available, or have stations set up in their classroom. Our Center edition comes with an answer key. Each page has set problems allowing for an organized and helpful answer key. The Kit has 500+ different board combinations making an answer key cumbersome and arduous.

How long does it take to complete the Center Edition?

The short answer: at the beginning of the year, your students might need more time as they are learning new concepts, but by mid-year, it should take your students 10-15 minutes each day to complete a page by the end of the week. At the end of the year, your students should be able to do the entire page in 10-15 minutes, showing their mastery.

The long answer: you teach the concept and use our Center Edition to master it with daily review. Decide how many and which problems the students review each day. You will be ready to introduce the response sheet to your students after you have taught a few of the concepts. It will take your students longer to finish the page at the beginning of the year when they have to learn the concept. If the students have learned a concept in previous grades and are building on it, start with an easier page. The idea is to spend 10-15 minutes a day on review. As the teacher teaches new concepts, those concepts will be added to the rotation. In our daily review, there are between 32 different problems per concept. There are enough problems to last all year. Your students should be able to do an entire page in 10-15 minutes at the end of the year, showing their mastery.

Are pretest and posttests included?

For a pretest, have your students do an entire page at the first of the year. A posttest will be done at the end of the year by doing an entire page. You will be able to see exactly what concepts each student knows and what they still need to work on. The concepts for each number are listed on the coversheet. Having your students do an entirely different page several days in a row, often during the year, provides excellent assessment. This is a great way to provide assessment for Parent-Teacher Conferences.

Do the Center Edition come with an answer key?

Yes, an answer key is included.

What if I lose the response sheet?

We will send you a new response sheet via email--just let us know. We will need to know which product you are using along with the grade level.

Does Kindergarten have a response sheet?

Common Core Daily Review has suggested questions for the beginning of the year and then moves to a response sheet when the students are ready to use it.

What grade levels are available in Mountain Math?

Common Core Daily Review Center Editions are available from Kindergarten to 8th Grade.
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th.

What is the best way to display my cards?

The cards in our kits are to be displayed on a bulletin board, wall, cabinet, science display board, white board, etc. We suggest you use vinyl mounts which attach to the surface either using staples, colored duct tape, magnets, or pins. You can purchase the vinyl mounts from us or you can follow the DIY instructions that are included in the kit.

Mounting Instructions

The vinyl pockets are grade specific and are labeled to correspond with each set of cards.
The cards and vinyl pockets are labeled in the bottom left-hand corner with a code (e.g. 4-3).
The first number corresponds to the grade level.
The second number corresponds to the problem set.
Use the picture on the coversheet to see a suggested placement of the cards.
Adjust the card placement to fit the size of your bulletin board.
All of the cards fit in the vinyl mounts to provide easy organization and storage throughout the year.

Are the cards in any order?

The cards aren't in any order. This provides you with the flexibility to adapt the rigor to the level of your class each year. Some cards are more rigorous--use your professional judgment when selecting the order.

Do the Bulletin Board Kits come with an answer key?

No, there are over 500 different board combinations. Teachers will be using the cards in different combinations making an answer key cumbersome and arduous. The focus of our products is concept mastery, making the process more important than the final answer. Easy in class solutions: make an answer key at the beginning of each board change, or have the students solve the board together when it is complete. If you have an unique way of solving the problems, please share it with us!

How long does it take to complete the board?

The short answer: at the beginning of the year, your students might need more time as they are learning new concepts, but by mid-year, it should take your students 10-15 minutes each day to complete the board by the end of the week. At the end of the year, your students should be able to do the entire board in 10-15 minutes, showing their mastery.

The long answer: you teach the concept and use our Bulletin Board Kit to master it with daily review. Decide how many and which problems the students review each day. You will be ready to introduce the response sheet to your students after you have taught a few of the concepts. It will take your students longer to finish the board at the beginning of the year when they have to learn the concept. If the students have learned a concept in previous grades and are building on it, start with an easier card. The idea is to spend 10-15 minutes a day on review. As the teacher teaches new concepts, those concepts will be added to the rotation. In our daily review, there are between 24-32 different problems. There are enough problems to last all year--mixing them up gives you endless possibilities. Your students should be able to do the entire board in 10-15 minutes at the end of the year, showing their mastery.

Are pretest and posttests included?

For a pretest, have your students do the entire board at the first of the year. A posttest will be done at the end of the year by doing an entire board. You will be able to see exactly what concepts each student knows and what they still need to work on. The concepts for each number are listed on the coversheet. Having your students do an entire different board several days in a row, often during the year, provides excellent assessment. This is a great way to provide assessment for Parent-Teacher Conferences.

What if some of my students do the entire board the first day?

Instead of changing every card on the board, only turn the cards for that day. They will be seeing only the new problems for that specific day. They will have done the other problems the previous week.

What if I haven't taught the concept yet?

You can choose to do a mini lesson on that concept by choosing an easier problem, or you can display only the cards of the concepts you have taught. Add the concept cards to the daily review as you teach it.

What if I lose the response sheet?

We will send you a new response sheet via email--just let us know. We will need to know which product you are using along with the grade level.

Does Kindergarten have a response sheet?

Mountain Math has suggested questions for the beginning of the year and then moves to a response sheet when the students are ready to use it.

How do the bulletin boards, centers, and online programs differ?

The bulletin board kits and the online subscriptions are meant to be seen by the whole class.
The centers are meant for small group (5-6 students) instruction. Centers measure 13"x19" and will not be able to be seen by the entire class.
Each product version covers the same concepts and uses the same response sheets.

What grade levels are available in Mountain Math?

Common Core Daily Review Kits are available from Kindergarten to 8th Grade.
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th.
MOUNTAIN LANGUAGE

How do I change my grade level?

Please contact us with your username and new grade level and we will update your grade level.

How do I recover my password?

Click on the "forgot password" link on the log in page. We recommend that you save a copy of your order number, username, and password.

How do I renew a username?

You can easily renew your username(s) through our online shopping cart. Before you add the item to the cart, make sure that you have typed in a username into the renewal field. You can also renew by phone, fax or emailed purchase order. Please make sure to include the username(s) that you wish to renew. If you don't include a username on your renewal order, we will likely issue you a new username.

When does my subscription begin?

Your 1 year subscription begins on the first day that you log in. Please begin using your subscription within 1 year of the order date.

Do I need to save my order number(s) and username(s)?

Yes, it's a good idea to keep track of your order number(s), order date(s) and original username(s). In some situations with multiple orders within the same district, or in case a teacher loses or changes their username, we will be better able to retrieve your subscription information if we have your original order number.

Do Math/Language Online subscriptions have an answer key?

Yes, when you isolate a concept and select the "A" button, the answer will appear. Answers are also included with the PDF response sheet.

Do I need to purchase both math and language subscriptions?

Yes, if you want to subscribe to both math and language, you will need to purchase 2 subscriptions. These two subscriptions can be linked together after you log in so that they can be used together.

What computers is the service compatible with?

Most devices with a modern web browser are supported (Windows, OSX, Linux, iOS, Android, Chrome OS).

What's the best screen resolution?

Screen resolution of 800x600 or higher is recommended. If the graphics are too small, click the full screen button near the top right corner. You can isolate 1 or more problems by clicking on the zoom buttons near the top of the screen.

Why is only part of the screen showing?

Some browsers can crop part of screen if your zoom in set to a value other than 100%. Check View->Zoom->100% in your settings or type Ctrl-0 to reset your zoom.

Why can't I log in, or why does it kick me out?

Confirm your browser is set to accept cookies by opening the browser and then clicking 'Tools', then 'Internet Options', then click the 'Privacy' tab. From here you must select a privacy setting that will allow 1st party cookies. (In Internet Explorer, the 'Medium' privacy setting will work.) If you're experiencing problems, please try a different web browser or try deleting the cookies and clear the cache (temporary internet files or downloaded files) in your browser. Sometimes cookies get stuck or cached files get corrupted.

What is the difference between the Online Subscription and the Bulletin Board Kit?

They are both viewed by the entire classroom. The Online Subscription is projected onto any digital media-board or classroom projector that has internet access. It is interactive. It is a virtual bulletin board. Zoom in, isolate a concept or two or three. You decide! The answers can be revealed for quick checking. It is the same great daily review--just in a digital form.

Does Mountain Language correlate with Common Core?

Yes, Mountain Language does correlate with the Common Core. In addition, add our Write Away Center to address your writing requirements.

Are the virtual boards in any order?

The virtual boards follow the same layout of the Center Edition; however, the concept can be isolated and another problem can be chosen. This provides you with the flexibility to assess the concept mastery of your students. Some problems are more rigorous.

Do the Online Subscription have an answer key?

Yes, when you isolate a concept and select the "A" button, the answer will appear. A combination of questions (up to seven) can also be grouped together to reveal the answers. Answers are also included with the PDF response sheet.

How long does it take to complete a virtual board?

The short answer: at the beginning of the year, your students might need more time as they are learning new concepts, but by mid-year, it should take your students 10-15 minutes each day to complete the virtual board by the end of the week. At the end of the year, your students should be able to do the entire virtual board in 10-15 minutes, showing their mastery.

The long answer: you teach the concept and use our Online Subscription to master it with daily review. Decide how many and which problems the students review each day. You will be ready to introduce the response sheet to your students after you have taught a few of the concepts. It will take your students longer to finish the virtual board at the beginning of the year when they have to learn the concept. If the students have learned a concept in previous grades and are building on it, start with an easier virtual board. The idea is to spend 10-15 minutes a day on review. As you teach new concepts, those concepts will be added to the rotation. In our daily review, there are between 24-32 different problems. There are enough problems to last all year. Your students should be able to do the entire virtual board in 10-15 minutes at the end of the year, showing their mastery.

Are pretest and posttests included?

For a pretest, have your students do the entire virtual board at the first of the year. A posttest will be done at the end of the year by doing an entire virtual board. You will be able to see exactly what concepts each student knows and what they still need to work on.

The concepts for each number are listed on the coversheet. Having your students do an entirely different virtual board several days in a row, often during the year, provides excellent assessment. This is a great way to provide assessment for Parent-Teacher Conferences.

What if some of my students do the entire virtual board the first day?

With the Online Subscription, you can isolate only the concepts for that day. They will be seeing only the problems for that specific day.

What if I haven't taught the concept yet?

You can choose to do a mini lesson on that concept by choosing an easier problem, or you can display only the concepts you have taught. Add the newly taught concepts to the virtual board as you teach it.

What if I lose the response sheet?

We will send you a new response sheet via email--just let us know. We will need to know which product you are using along with the grade level.

Does Kindergarten have a response sheet?

The Mountain Language worksheet is done orally and has suggested questions for each concept.

What grade levels are available in Mountain Language?

Mountain Math Online Subscriptions are available from Kindergarten to a 7/8 Grade Combination. Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th/8th.

What are the differences between the Kit and the Center editions?

When our Kit is displayed, it is big enough to be seen by the entire class. Our center is a 13"x19" flip chart. It is meant to be used in small groups (5-6 students). The print is likely too small to be seen by the whole class. It is excellent to use for teachers that do not have wall space available, or have stations set up in their classroom. Our Center edition comes with an answer key. Each page has set problems allowing for an organized and helpful answer key. The Kit has 500+ different board combinations making an answer key cumbersome and arduous.

How long does it take to complete the Center Edition?

The short answer: at the beginning of the year, your students might need more time as they are learning new concepts, but by mid-year, it should take your students 10-15 minutes each day to complete a page by the end of the week. At the end of the year, your students should be able to do the entire page in 10-15 minutes, showing their mastery.

The long answer: you teach the concept and use our Center Edition to master it with daily review. Decide how many and which problems the students review each day. You will be ready to introduce the response sheet to your students after you have taught a few of the concepts. It will take your students longer to finish the page at the beginning of the year when they have to learn the concept. If the students have learned a concept in previous grades and are building on it, start with an easier page. The idea is to spend 10-15 minutes a day on review. As the teacher teaches new concepts, those concepts will be added to the rotation. In our daily review, there are between 32 different problems per concept. There are enough problems to last all year. Your students should be able to do an entire page in 10-15 minutes at the end of the year, showing their mastery.

Does Mountain Language correlate with Common Core?

Yes, Mountain Language does correlate with the Common Core. In addition, add our Write Away Center to address your writing requirements.

Are pretest and posttests included?

For a pretest, have your students do an entire page at the first of the year. A posttest will be done at the end of the year by doing an entire page. You will be able to see exactly what concepts each student knows and what they still need to work on. The concepts for each number are listed on the coversheet. Having your students do an entirely different page several days in a row, often during the year, provides excellent assessment. This is a great way to provide assessment for Parent-Teacher Conferences.

Do the Center Edition come with an answer key?

Yes, an answer key is included.

What if I lose the response sheet?

We will send you a new response sheet via email--just let us know. We will need to know which product you are using along with the grade level.

Does Kindergarten have a response sheet?

The Mountain Language worksheet is done orally and has suggested questions for each concept.

What grade levels are available in Mountain Language?

Mountain Math Center Editions are available from Kindergarten to 7/8 Combination.
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th/8th.

What is the best way to display my cards?

The cards in our kits are to be displayed on a bulletin board, wall, cabinet, science display board, white board, etc. We suggest you use vinyl mounts which attach to the surface either using staples, colored duct tape, magnets, or pins. You can purchase the vinyl mounts from us or you can follow the DIY instructions that are included in the kit.

Mounting Instructions

The vinyl pockets are grade specific and are labeled to correspond with each set of cards.
The cards and vinyl pockets are labeled in the bottom left-hand corner with a code (e.g. 4-3).
The first number corresponds to the grade level.
The second number corresponds to the problem set.
Use the picture on the coversheet to see a suggested placement of the cards.
Adjust the card placement to fit the size of your bulletin board.
All of the cards fit in the vinyl mounts to provide easy organization and storage throughout the year.

Are the cards in any order?

The cards aren't in any order. This provides you with the flexibility to adapt the rigor to the level of your class each year. Some cards are more rigorous--use your professional judgment when selecting the order.

Do the Bulletin Board Kits come with an answer key?

No, there are over 500 different board combinations. Teachers will be using the cards in different combinations making an answer key cumbersome and arduous. The focus of our products is concept mastery, making the process more important than the final answer. Easy in class solutions: make an answer key at the beginning of each board change, or have the students solve the board together when it is complete. If you have an unique way of solving the problems, please share it with us!

How long does it take to complete the board?

The short answer: at the beginning of the year, your students might need more time as they are learning new concepts, but by mid-year, it should take your students 10-15 minutes each day to complete the board by the end of the week. At the end of the year, your students should be able to do the entire board in 10-15 minutes, showing their mastery.

The long answer: you teach the concept and use our Bulletin Board Kit to master it with daily review. Decide how many and which problems the students review each day. You will be ready to introduce the response sheet to your students after you have taught a few of the concepts. It will take your students longer to finish the board at the beginning of the year when they have to learn the concept. If the students have learned a concept in previous grades and are building on it, start with an easier card. The idea is to spend 10-15 minutes a day on review. As the teacher teaches new concepts, those concepts will be added to the rotation. In our daily review, there are between 24-32 different problems. There are enough problems to last all year--mixing them up gives you endless possibilities. Your students should be able to do the entire board in 10-15 minutes at the end of the year, showing their mastery.

Does Mountain Language correlate with Common Core?

Yes, Mountain Language does correlate with the Common Core. In addition, add our Write Away Center to address your writing requirements.

Are pretest and posttests included?

For a pretest, have your students do the entire board at the first of the year. A posttest will be done at the end of the year by doing an entire board. You will be able to see exactly what concepts each student knows and what they still need to work on. The concepts for each number are listed on the coversheet. Having your students do an entire different board several days in a row, often during the year, provides excellent assessment. This is a great way to provide assessment for Parent-Teacher Conferences.

What if some of my students do the entire board the first day?

Instead of changing every card on the board, only turn the cards for that day. They will be seeing only the new problems for that specific day. They will have done the other problems the previous week.

What if I haven't taught the concept yet?

You can choose to do a mini lesson on that concept by choosing an easier problem, or you can display only the cards of the concepts you have taught. Add the concept cards to the daily review as you teach it.

What if I lose the response sheet?

We will send you a new response sheet via email--just let us know. We will need to know which product you are using along with the grade level.

Does Kindergarten have a response sheet?

The Mountain Language worksheet is done orally and has suggested questions for each concept.

How do the bulletin boards, centers, and online programs differ?

The bulletin board kits and the online subscriptions are meant to be seen by the whole class.
The centers are meant for small group (5-6 students) instruction. Centers measure 13"x19" and will not be able to be seen by the entire class.
Each product version covers the same concepts and uses the same response sheets.

What grade levels are available in Mountain Language?

Mountain Language Kits are available from Kindergarten to 7/8 Combination.
Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th/8th.
 

What teachers are saying about Mountain Math and Mountain Language:

"Our school has been using the Mountain Language as a center for a few years now and we were curious what the online version would be like. At this point we plan to get the online version for our fourth grade for next school year."
-Sara Barton