CapJaxMathFax

Does your child need math drills beyond what they can get in their textbook? Do you want your child to have the benefit of math drills, but you would love to have a fun way for them to learn without flashcards?

Meet CapJAxMAthFAx!

This computer program will do just that.

CapJaxMathFax will drill addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. You can either download the program online, or with a CD.

CapJaxMathFAx is easy to navigate and is easy for you as a teacher to set up for your child-

To begin, you need to click the yellow “Go For It” button. From there you are taken to a screen that allows you to choose what is drilled and how.

As you can see-everything is explained for you as you begin. For my child, I was moving the “super seconds” answer time up, as she is still unsure with her multiplication tables.

To start the drills-just click “Get a Fact” and the learning begins! With CapJaxMathFax, there is no tutorial needed, as with other programs I have tried. It really is self-explanatory!

In addition to how easy CapJaxMathFax is to setup for teacher and student, it will also do the following for you as a teacher:

  • Displays an overall performance report at the conclusion of each exercise.
  • Prints reports for teacher review and for use as certificates of achievement.
  • Displays and prints item diagnostic details.
  • Uses a rating system that allows students to keep personal scores and
  • set goals.
  • Charts student rating progress graphically.
  • Maintains a database of student activity over time.

I think this is a fabulous supplement to any math curriculum. Our student who tried it out didn’t cry while using it- which says a lot, and is a first. If I had a negative to give it would be visually. In my world of aesthetics, CapJaxMathFAx could be prettier, but that in no way hinders its helpfulness in our homeschool.

Purchase info:

You can download a CapJaxMathFax license for $29.95, or order a CD for an extra $5.95.  You can read what other crew members thought of CapJaxMathFax at the Crew Blog.

Disclaimer: I received CapJaxMathFax in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

 

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  1. Miriam says

    We use XtraMath (www.xtramath.com) which is a free math facts program. Thre are no “video game elements,” just pure simple flashcards for the kids to practice with. The kids take a assesment quiz each day and that determines which facts the program focuses on. Then they do two rounds of Beat the Teacher, in which they have to answer the facts within 3 sec to get a smiley face or 10 seconds to get it right. If they don’t answer before then, they are prompted with the answer and they still have to type it in. My kids love to do this on the iPad. As the teacher, I can log in and track each students’ progress. It only takes 10 minutes a day.

  2. says

    We got this at a homeschool convention a few years ago. Love it! It’s not currently loaded on our computer (hubby had to wipe out the computer and just never reloaded it), but my kids liked it a lot.
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      • says

        It was very overwhelming, but fun too. I even researched many of the places that interested me and studied the map of the entire place. The first day Eric said “We’ll go row by row and look at everything.” He wasn’t kidding! LOL We walked through that place all day long and I took notes of the places I actually wanted to buy from and we returned the 2nd day and made our purchases. It was exhausting, but great! :)
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          I had highlighted maps, notes, highlighted speakers…I only heard Huckabee. I never made it to any of my planned stops. I got sucked into talking to moms at the GeoMatters booth and stayed there! I loved it!
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