How do I log in to my family account (parent)?
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 password) whether it is for their own access or a child's access.
To sign in to your parent access, simply follow these steps:
2) Click on Login, located at the top of the page.
3) Click on Family Account.
4) Enter the full name or email address and the password you've created upon subscribing to the family plan.
5) From the users' lobby, select your profile, which will be designated by your name beneath your avatar.
At all times, the parent profile will be the first one located at the far left.
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 : How do I log in to my family account (Parent)?. The family account uses a centralized login method for all users present on the account. The parent will ...
How do I add a child to my family account?
A Family account allows you to have one parent account and up to four child accounts. You can add a child at any time during your subscription by logging in to the parent account ( See the procedure here ) . On the profile screen, click on the + to ...
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 ...
How do I change the password associated with my parent account?
Note that this procedure applies to the parent profile linked to the Netmath family subscription. In the Child account, children cannot change their passwords but they can still have fun (see below). Go to the MY ACCOUNT section by clicking on your ...
Do I need a family account to track my child's progress at school?
We consider Netmath to be a valuable resource for teachers in their teaching of mathematics, but it is even more so for students learning mathematics. We encourage schools to adopt our resource and provide access to students, even if their teachers ...