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**Teachers**- Getting Started Guide
- How should Freckle be implemented in K–2nd grade? 3rd–5th grade? 6th–12th grade?
- How do I create a Freckle account?
- How do I get my students started with Freckle?
- How does Freckle fit into my math class?
- How does Freckle fit into my ELA class?
- How much time should my students spend on Freckle?
- How can I share Freckle with my friends and colleagues? Do you have any training materials I can use?
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- Pro Tip: Using Freckle to keep parents informed
- How and when should I get started with Freckle for the first time?

- General
- To what states does Freckle align?
- How to Exercise GDPR Rights
- Pro Tip: Using Freckle over the summer
- What features of Freckle are free? What do I get with Freckle Premium Edition?
- Is Freckle offered in Spanish?
- Can I have my students retake the pretest to see growth over time?
- Is Freckle research-based?
- How do I change the email address affiliated with my account?
- Why does my weekly email report say that my students didn't use Freckle?
- How do I delete a teacher account?
- How does the coin system in Freckle work?

- Setup & Login
- Why can't I sign in as a student automatically from the Teacher Dashboard?
- How do my students use QR codes to sign in?
- How does importing students from Google Classroom work?
- How do I confirm my email address with Freckle?
- How do I create accounts for my students?
- How do students login to Freckle? Is there an option for password protection?
- Why can't my students log in to Freckle?
- Why can't I log in to my teacher dashboard?
- How do I change the password to my teacher account?
- I did not receive a password reset email. Why?
- How do I print login cards for my students?
- How do I edit a student's name or grade level?
- Why do students have to enter the class code each time they log in?
- How do I merge my existing Freckle students with admin-managed ones?

- Teacher Dashboard Guide
- What data can I see on the Student Goal Setting report?
- What are Constructed Response prompts? How do you use them?
- How do you calculate time spent on Freckle?
- How are the scores in the activity feed calculated?
- How does Focus Mode work?
- What can I do on the Roster page?
- What can I do on the Assignments page?
- How can I assign adaptive math practice to my students?
- How can I assign targeted practice assignments to my students?
- How can I assign benchmark assessments to my students?
- What math reporting and data is available on Freckle?
- What data can I see on Report Cards?
- What data can I see on the Class Grouping Report?
- What Fact Practice data can I see?
- What data can I see on the Assessments Report?
- What can I do on the Printables page?
- What can I do on the Standards page?
- How do I choose my school affiliation?
- How do I transfer a student or roster to another teacher?
- How do I share a student's data with another teacher?
- How do I separate my roster into multiple classes?

- Student Dashboard
- Math Practice Program
- Depth of Knowledge (DOK) Challenges
- What is Freckle Math Practice?
- How do the math pre-tests work?
- What types of problems will students see in Freckle Math Practice?
- What content and topics does Freckle cover in Math Practice?
- What is Fact Practice?
- What is Number Basics?
- What is Number Facts?
- How are math practice questions selected for students?
- What instructional supports are offered within the Math Practice Program?
- How do the Algebra 1 standards in Freckle align with the Common Core standards?
- What should I do if I encounter an error or bug in a question?
- How do I reset a student's work in a particular math domain?
- How does Freckle determine whether a student has mastered a level? How can students master a level with a low percentage correct?
- How can students choose their own math work?
- What data can I see in the Standards/Topics report?

- Inquiry Based Lessons
- What are Inquiry Based Lessons?
- How do I use Inquiry Based Lessons in my classroom?
- What's in each Inquiry Based Lesson?
- How long does an Inquiry Based Lesson take?
- How do I use the inquiry sheets with the Inquiry Based Lessons?
- What should group work look like during an Inquiry Based Lesson?
- How do I lead a Number Talk? How do I lead a Dot Talk?

- English Language Arts
- What are Articles and Stories and how do I assign them to my students?
- What is ELA Skills Practice and how do I implement it?
- What is Grammar Skills Practice?
- How are Freckle's ELA programs standards-aligned?
- How do Freckle Text Levels work, and how do they relate to other measurements of reading level?
- How do ELA Pre-Tests work?
- What is Word Study? What levels are in the Word Study program?
- What are Decodables?
- What is Sight Words?
- What instructional supports are offered within the ELA Practice Program?
- What Individual ELA Reports do we offer?
- What Class-Wide ELA Reports do we offer?
- What Additional ELA Reports do we offer?
- How do teachers and students use Freckle Writing Prompts?
- How do I grade student responses to writing prompts?
- What can I do if the reading level my student is assigned on Freckle is not right?
- What are ELA Benchmark Assessments and how do I assign them?
- How do students complete ELA assignments?

- Social Studies and Science
- Devices/Equipment
- Troubleshooting: generating a HAR file
- On which browsers and devices is Freckle supported?
- Is there a list of URLs that we should whitelist in our firewall to make sure Freckle runs smoothly?
- Can I use Freckle if I don't have a class set of devices?
- How can I help Freckle debug an issue I'm having with Google Chrome?
- On Chromebooks and laptops, the screen gets stuck on the loading spinner. What should I do?

- Freckle Implementation Ideas
- Using Freckle to Plan Your Calendar Year
- Using Freckle for Warm-Ups
- Using Freckle for Differentiated Practice
- Using Freckle for Formative Assessment
- Using Freckle for Homework
- Using Freckle for Blended Learning
- Using Freckle in Stations
- Using Freckle for Intervention and IEPs
- Using Freckle for Project-Based Learning
- Using Freckle for Enrichment
- Using Freckle for Summer/Winter Breaks

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- What options does Freckle offer for training/professional development?
- Getting Started: Administrator Dashboard
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- What information can I see on the Assessments page?
- As a school administrator, how can I notify my teachers that I want them to administer a school-wide assessment?
- As a school administrator, can I add students to teacher rosters?
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- As a school administrator, how can I invite new teachers at my school to join Freckle?
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# What is Fact Practice?

The Fact Practice component of Freckle allows students to do just that: practice their math facts. Students build math fact fluency by testing their ability to recall the basic facts in all four operations, accurately and quickly. Think of Freckle Fact Practice as computerized, adaptive flash cards.

Students can practice their math facts up to twice a day.

Once on the Fact Practice screen, students can select the first box and solve the first fact by using the number keys to enter their answer. Selecting the **Enter** or **return** keys on the keyboard to submit each answer will move them through Fact Practice. There is no need to select each box.

Students earn coins for correct answers, just as they do in the Independent Practice program. The coin amounts are randomized and are in no way associated with the difficulty of the fact. Students gain immediate feedback after answering each math fact and are shown correct solutions if they answer incorrectly.

*What math operations will a student see in Fact Practice?*

The default behavior for Fact Practice depends on a student's grade level.

**Kâ2:**Addition and Subtraction**3â5:**Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division**6â12:**Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division with Positive and Negative Integers

Students will begin with simple examples of each operation. They can "level up" each operation by scoring 100% for three sessions in a row. If a student scores less than 60% on an operation, their next session will have a simplified set of questions for that operation. For example, a student who does well on Addition and Subtraction questions but scores low on Multiplication questions will have their Multiplication complexity reduced.

Students will not "unlock" new operations by advancing in a different one. For example, a 2nd-grade student cannot independently move to Multiplication and Division by reaching the highest level of Subtraction.

This document details the specific progression of each Fact Practice operation.

*How can I change which operations a student is working on?*

The operations a student sees can be changed if a teacher assigns Fact Practice to a student directly. If it is the first time a student has done Fact Practice, then the operations they are assigned will become their "default." For example, if a 5th-grade student is assigned Addition and Subtraction for their first-ever Fact Practice session, those operations will be all they see in future independent sessions.

If a student has already been using Fact Practice independently, a teacher can assign them a new operation and it will begin showing up in their independent sessions as well. For example, a 2nd-grade student who is assigned Multiplication will see Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication from then on.

*How can I fit Fact Practice into my daily schedule?*

The most common way Fact Practice is incorporated into the math block as part of the independent practice program. Fact Practice can also be done as part of the Daily Review, be incorporated into math centers, or be assigned as nightly homework. Since Fact Practice is relatively quick, students can practice any time they have a few minutes to jump on a computer or iPad.