Understanding the activation process (1st and 2nd grade)
The activation process is a short procedure that needs to be completed once a year in order to make sure that an account is linked to the ongoing school subscription.
The activation process for 1st and 2nd grade students is different from the method used for all other grade levels.
No activation code is required for those students. The teacher will complete the process for them.
Those students won't need passwords or email addresses in their profile, only a first and last name is needed for activation.
Once the activation is completed, write down the Class Code, the students will need it to log in. You can also download and print out the Class Kit to display the information in your classroom and give it to the students.
Understanding the activation process
The activation process is a short procedure that you should only complete once a year in order to make sure that your account is linked to the ongoing school subscription. Note that the process is different for 1st and 2nd grade students. You will ...
What is the purpose of the activation codes ?
There are no activation codes in both of the following cases: for a family account, and for 1st and 2nd grade school accounts. The activation code is a set of 8 random alphanumerical characters sent to a teacher using Netmath, to activate their ...
How to find your student activation codes
Please note that 1st and 2nd grade students do not use activation codes. This procedure applies only to 3rd grade and up. The student activation codes have never been easier to find! When school starts, the registered teachers will receive an email ...
How do I complete my membership in order to receive my activation codes?
Once the invoice for your school subscription has been sent, we will need a detailed list of the classes that will use Netmath in your school this year to produce your activation codes. You can download the spreadsheet needed for us to create the ...
Understanding the sharing of collections between teachers
Note: This feature is not yet rolled out to all of our users. If you are interested in trying it, simply write to us at email@example.com. As you know, it is possible to create collections of activities that you can then share with your ...