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**Baseline test**. Students complete a 40-item timed test at the computer for each new math level. Immediate on-screen feedback provides students with their time and accuracy data, and shows any missed problems, establishing a personalized baseline.**Personalized practice**. Using any of Accelerated Math Fluency's variety of tools, students then practice a mix of known and unknown facts, including those that typically cause the most difficulty at their levels and any missed on the previous test, and receive immediate corrective feedback.**Timed test for mastery**. Students complete 40-item timed tests for additional practice until all problems are answered correctly within a mastery time goal. Students quickly develop the confidence they need to succeed with the program.**Automatic advancement**. As students master their current levels, the program automatically assigns the next math levels to fit any curriculum. Students can also challenge their best times on previously mastered levels at any time.**Instant information for teachers**. Detailed reports give you an instant snapshot of how each student is progressing toward grade-level benchmarks or responding to intervention. At last, you'll know which math facts each of your students has mastered with automaticity.

Accelerated Math Fluency helps students build automaticity of foundational math skills. Newly expanded fraction and decimal levels better prepare students for algebraic thinking.

Addition and Subtraction

**Addition**

- Addition of 0, 1
- Addition of 2, 3
- Addition of 4, 5
- Alternate Forms: Addition of 0 to 5
- Review: Addition of 0 to 5
- Addition of 6, 7
- Addition of 8, 9
- Addition of 10
- Alternate Forms: Addition of 6 to 10
- Addition Review 1
- Addition Review 2

**Subtraction**

- Subtraction of 0, 1
- Subtraction of 2, 3
- Subtraction of 4, 5
- Alternate Forms: Subtraction of 0 to 5
- Review: Subtraction of 0 to 5
- Subtraction of 6, 7
- Subtraction of 8, 9
- Subtraction of 10
- Alternate Forms: Subtraction of 6 to 10
- Subtraction Review 1
- Subtraction Review 2
- Subtraction Review +, -

Multiplication and Division

**Multiplication**

- Multiplication by 0, 1
- Multiplication by 2, 3
- Multiplication by 4, 5
- Alternate Forms: Multiplication by 0 to 5
- Review: Multiplication by 0 to 5
- Multiplication by 6, 7
- Multiplication by 8, 9
- Multiplication by 10
- Alternate Forms: Multiplication by 6 to 10
- Multiplication Review: 6 to 10
- Multiplication by 11 to 12
- Alternate Forms: Multiplication by 11 to 12
- Multiplication Review 1
- Multiplication Review 2
- *Review: +, -, x

* Multiplication and Division review levels will not include items containing the numbers 11 or 12.

**Division**

- Division by 1, 2
- Division by 3, 4
- Division by 5, 6
- Alternate Forms: Division by 1 to 6
- Review: Division by 1 to 6
- Division by 7, 8
- Division by 9, 10
- Alternate Forms: Division by 7 to 10
- Review: Division by 7 to 10
- Division by 11, 12
- Alternate Forms: Division by 11 to 12
- Division Review 1
- Division Review 2
- *Review: +, -, x, /

Squares

- Squares to 15, 20
- Squares Review
- *Review: +, -, x, /, squares

* Multiplication and Division review levels will not include items containing the numbers 11 or 12.

Fractions, Decimals, & Percents

**NEW Levels**

- Compare Fractions
- Order Fractions
- Add Fractions
- Subtract Fractions
- Identify Equivalent Fractions
- Simplify Fractions
- Fraction Review
- Compare Decimals
- Order Decimals
- Fractions to Decimals
- Decimals to Fractions
- Percentages to Decimals
- Decimals to Percentages
- Fractions to Percentages
- Conversion Review
- *Review: +, -, x, /, fractions, decimals, conversions

* Multiplication and Division review levels will not include items containing the numbers 11 or 12.

You can't argue with proven research. Students perform better when parents are actively involved in the learning process. By logging onto Renaissance Home Connect* from their home computer, parents can access real-time information in English or Spanish to help them stay up to date and keep their children motivated. Students and parents can:

- See progress toward math facts goals.
- View performance on latest practice session—including problems answered incorrectly.
- Practice math facts using the same program as at school.
- Register to receive email notifications when a child has mastered a level.

*Does not allow testing for mastery in Accelerated Math Fluency from home.

ELLs are able to greatly increase math skills with Accelerated Math Fluency. It fully supports math instruction in English and Spanish and is a great starting place for ELLs. Although reading is not required to answer the problems, the student interface can be navigated in both English and Spanish. And Accelerated Math Fluency keeps Spanish-speaking parents informed with Renaissance Home Connect and Parent Reports available in English and Spanish