Your teaching resources

Thanks to our list of teaching resources, discovering the potential of Netmath is as easy as 1-2-3!

Start with Netmath

The perfect place to make sure you know the basics of the platform or even deepen strategies to maximize your use!

Need help?

Here you will find answers to your questions about activating your account, how to use the platform, managing your classes, and much more!

Video tutorials

You will find short videos here that explain in detail how to activate your students, how to adjust the number of available licences, and much more!

Aligned with your curriculum

In this section, you will find the list of outcomes covered on our platform by curriculum, and will be able to access the activities by grade level. This is an effective tool for planning your course at the start of the year!


This is the perfect place to find articles written by our experts on various mathematical concepts and current instructional techniques to help keep you informed on certain math topics that can spark questions and discussion with your students.

Math glossary

A clear and complete math glossary created for teachers, parents and students.

Netmath allows me to present activities to my students that are already prepared. The time I’d spend looking for or building lessons or other exercises I can use instead to prepare more manipulation exercises. Netmath also helps me present content adapted to everyone's needs (differentiation). I love Netmath!

Véronique Magny, teacher of children aged 10,

Netmath is an incredible bank of diverse and well-grouped activities. Quick and easy to use.

Katya Ouellet, teacher of children aged 11,

It's rooted in my students' weekly routine. I can’t touch this period without getting a strong reaction from them. Netmath periods do not get moved!

Geneviève Blanchet, teacher of children aged 8,

Excellent tool! I’ve been using Netmath every week for 6 years. It's fantastic!

Isabelle Cormier Richard, teacher of children aged 9,

It's a tool that students really like, and it makes me a better teacher! When students are motivated, everything’s easier and more enjoyable. I see math as a game with rules that you have to learn. To be more skillful, you just have to practise the rules. Netmath supports my way of presenting math. I like its playful context. In real problem-solving situations, I make connections with games or characters when possible.

Lucie Beauvais, teacher of children aged 8,