Frequently Asked Questions
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What grade level is Math Antics appropriate for?
Our math lessons are organized by subject, rather than grade, and they are designed to help students of any age. That said, the concepts that we currently cover on the website are typically covered between grades 3 and 5.
Is Math Antics a complete curriculum?
No, at this time, Math Antics is not a complete curriculum. Because math is a very broad subject, we focus on the key math concepts students need to succeed. As a result, Math Antics is best used as a supplement to more complete math curricula.
What makes Math Antics videos different?
We believe that math does not have to be boring or confusing for any student. By presenting clear explanations in a fun and friendly manner, and by using modern motion graphics to bring math to life in our Video Lessons, we hope to make math more interesting and accessible than ever before.
Do you have a video about ________?
All of the math topics we cover are currently visible on the website. If you do not see a topic you are looking for, it means we have not made a video for it yet. We are working hard to expand the topics we cover, and we always welcome suggestions about what subjects you might like to see next.
What’s included with a Math Antics subscription?
When you subscribe to mathantics.com, you gain access to additional content that goes with each of our free Video Lessons. That content consists of Printable Exercises and Worksheets, Answer Keys, and Example Videos that show students how to do the Exercises.
Can I share my subscription?
Families: You may share your Math Antics subscription only with members of your immediate family living in your household.
Teachers: As a subscriber, you may use Math Antics in your classroom to show videos and distribute printed materials to your students. We ask that you do not share any Math Antics subscription content beyond your own classroom, but rather encourage your colleagues to also become Math Antics subscribers.
Will my subscription automatically be renewed?
No. After a year has passed, your subscription will expire and must be manually renewed.
Where did the quizzes go that used to be on this website?
The previous version of mathantics.com included some online quizzes that went with each Video Lesson. We removed the quizzes for two reasons. The first reason is that online multiple choice questions really aren’t a very good way to assess math skills. The computerized format can discourage students from actually getting out paper and pencil to work through problems and to simply try guessing instead. The second reason is that we wanted to focus our efforts on creating more Video Lessons to cover even more math topics.