Support provincial curricular standards across Canada.
Run on PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, iPads, and Android devices.
From blended learning to whole group to 1:1.
Adaptive and individualized, ExploreLearning's Reflex is the most effective system for mastering basic facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Fun! Game-based Reflex keeps kids coming back
Intuitive and powerful reporting. Detailed usage and fluency growth reporting
Anytime, anywhere access. Students build fluency on any internet device
Full access for one teacher and 35 classroom students or 5 homeschool students.
Reflex is fun... and it works!
Assessment, coaching, and practice is delivered via a fun, game-based approach. And because it is fully adaptive, students get the individualized instruction they need to be successful.
Students start in Reflex at Crabby's Fact Fair with a quick check-in on their fluency.
Coach Penny helps prepare students for success in Reflex games using a fact family approach.
Engaging Games and Rewards
Through a variety of exciting, fast-paced games that require answering math facts to succeed, students quickly build math fact fluency in Reflex. Students earn tokens for effort and progress. They can spend their earnings on clothes and accessories for their customizable avatar or to decorate their Progress Tree.
Reflex includes intuitive and powerful reporting for teachers, schools and districts. It’s simple to monitor student usage and progress and to celebrate student success.
Over 400 math and science simulations give everyone something to graph, measure and compare. That's hundreds of opportunities where students don't just act like scientists and mathematicians. They are:
Alien Genetics Gizmo
Create aliens with with specific traits to learn how they are passed on via sexual or asexual reproduction.
Weather Climate Gizmo
Observe the connection between wind, humidity and temperature in Canadian and world weather stations.
Fractions in Distance Gizmo
Race robots in a garden to predict and divide distance in equal fractions.