Upon login in, I'm receiving a message that my account is inactive even though it has been activated.
3 Options will be available to you:
- Activate with an activation code - You will be redirected to our Netmath activation page in order to complete the activation process.
- Subscribe to benefit from all the advantages - We will guide you to our subscription pages for Netmath family accounts and school subscriptions to provide you with more information and possibly complete your registration.
- Use Netmath's free activities - You will be redirected to our free activity page: Ready set Math!
If you are certain your account is activated, bare in mind that it is possible the login information you have entered is not the same as the information you have registered at the activation of your account.
How do I log in to my family account (child)?
To obtain the login procedure for a parent's access, please click on the following link. The family account uses a centralized login method for all users present on the account. The parent will use the same login credentials (full name or email and ...
How do I log in to my family account (parent)?
To obtain the login procedure for a child's access, please click on the following link. The family account uses a centralized login method for all users present on the account. The parent will use the same login credentials (full name or email and ...
How to activate a student account?
In order to activate a student account, you need an activation code. The code is sent to the teacher by email when the subscription is completed and can then be found in his account once logged in his profile. Note that the activation process for 1st ...
How to log in a teacher's account?
First and second grade elementary teacher access their profile in the same way as other teachers. You will find the procedure on how to log in, by clicking on the following link : How to sign in to a Netmath account. Take note that if by mistake ...
What is the difference between a school account and a family account?
A family account gives you access to the same Netmath content provided in a school account. We currently offer content for the Grade 1 to Grade 10 curriculums of most provinces in Canada. Besides a centralized login under the parent account for the ...