What an exciting month it's been! We’ve changed our name from Front Row Education to Freckle Education, and we hope the new name will serve as a reminder to our community that every student is a unique individual. To help you reach each of your students at their unique level, we've made several product improvements in the month of April. Take a look!
Comprehension questions for Decodables
K-2 students will now get to answer two short, level-appropriate questions after they finish reading a Decodable. All questions and answers have an audio play-along option to guide students along and reinforce word patterns.
Financial Literacy videos
Our Financial Literacy curriculum now includes instructional videos to help introduce concepts to your class. You can find these videos in the Standards (or Topics) pages for Financial Literacy.
Arizona math standards are now supported
Arizona has joined the growing list of individual state standards that are supported in Freckle! To start using Arizona standards, simply go to your Settings and choose Arizona Math Standards under your Math System.
9 new Science and Social Studies Units
You and your students now have access to three new Science units:
- Weather and Climate (3-5)
- Land, Water and Changes on Earth (K-2)
- Climate and Human Activity (6-8)
...and six new Social Studies units:
- Landmark Supreme Court Cases (9-12)
- Ancient Rome (6-8)
- Medieval Europe (6-8)
- Sustainability (6-8)
- Globalization (9-12)
- Rights and Responsibilities (K-2)
View report cards more easily
Teachers can now go straight from one report card to the next without having to go back to the summary screen.
K-1 math questions are all multiple choice
All math questions for K-1 students are now multiple choice. This will help students focus on the math concept instead of struggling to input answers.
67 new ELA articles
We’ve added 67 new adaptive articles to the ELA library, including:
- George Washington Carver
- Plate Tectonics
- Claude Monet
- Arches National Park
- The Liberty Bell
- and many more!
Integers in Fact Practice
Math Fact Practice now includes integers for middle school students. You can assign Fact Practice to have your students practice with integers, and all students in grade 7 and higher who are new to Fact Practice will automatically see integer problems.