Worksheet Program

Paper-and-pencil program structures oral practice with a partner and written testing daily.


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Online Game 

Fast-paced computer-delivered game format structures practice with auditory corrections and testing for mastery milestones. FREE 30-day Trial


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What is the difference between the Worksheet Program and the Game?

With the paper-and-pencil Worksheet Program you print out and assign a careful sequence of worksheets.  Students practice saying facts aloud while a partner corrects.  After practice students take a one-minute test daily to see if they are ready for you to give them the next worksheet. With the the Online Game the computer provides immediate corrections and times student responses for fluency.  The computer moves students along only when they are at mastery.  Teacher intervention is not required for students to learn.

Is the Online Game different from the iOS Game?

Yes. Well sort of. You asked for a version of the game that could be played online (rather than just on iPhones and iPads). The NEW web game is the same rocket math game your kids have grown to love but it empowers teachers, schools to track progress of all the students in a single interface.

How to use the worksheet program as a tutor?


Tutors and Homeschoolers!  
A $29 basic Rocket Math annual subscription gives you access to all the worksheets in all four operations in our “filing cabinet on the web.”  Open a drawer for multiplication or subtraction, and print out whatever forms and worksheets are needed, and no more than you need.   No files to create and store, no piles of paper to manage!
Watch the video to get a quick outline of how to tutor using Rocket Math.
You can upgrade a Basic to a Universal subscription for $20 more, whenever you think it’s worth it!

What is the worksheet program?


The Rocket Math Worksheet Program is a ten-minutes-a-day, paper and pencil, worksheet-based, supplemental, math facts practice curriculum. It is a uniquely structured curriculum for the sequential practice and mastery of math facts.
  • Students learn 2 facts and their reverses on each worksheet in a carefully controlled sequence which enables mastery at an individualized pace.
  • Students practice orally with a partner every day.
  • One minute timings assess when students are ready to move to the next set of facts.

How to use the worksheet program in a classroom?

  1. Make up student folders.
  2. Give writing speed test & set goals.
  3. Teacher models correction procedure for days.
  4. Checker has answer key in color.
  5. Correct hesitations as well as errors.
  6. Students practice 2 or 3 minutes.
  7. Test in center (1 min) to meet goal without errors.
  8. Teacher checks papers of those who pass.
  9. Students color in their Rocket Chart.
  10. Students take and graph a weekly 2-min timing.

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