New Canadian Mathnasium and Extension Checkups for Levels 4 through 6 are now available! You will find the following new assessments on Radius:

  • Mathnasium Checkups 4, 5, 6
  • Extension Checkups 4, 5, 6

The new Prescriptives and Answer Keys that correlate with these new Checkups can all be found on Radius. The redesigned Checkups and curriculum are intended to replace those that currently exist for Levels 4-6. All other assessments and associated curriculum, particularly for Levels 7-11 and Higher Math Materials (HMMs), will not change for the time being. Additional Mathnasium and Extension Checkups will be released to the system in phases, as they are completed.

For more information on the new Assessments and curriculum, and how to implement these Assessments in your centres, please read the Mathnasium Checkups Administration Directions and the Extension Checkups Administration Directions documents which can be found under “Business Documents” on Radius.

For further support, please refer to the updated resource documents:

Please note that Progress Checks and PostAssessments will be released in the upcoming weeks, along with Related and Extension materials.

Retirement of Assessments and Relevant Materials

With the release of the Mathnasium and Extension Checkups, any other Assessments for Levels 4-6 will no longer be supported. This includes the Original and Core series: Canada Core Assessments 4-6, Canada Original Assessments 4-6, and US Core and Original Assessments 4-6. The new Mathnasium Checkups are to be administered to all new students.

The upcoming retirement of these older assessments and their associated materials will take place on July 1, 2019. Older assessments will remain available until July 1, 2019 to complete currently open Learning Plans and post-assess students. All Prescriptives mapped to these assessments will be evaluated to determine which materials will remain available in Radius. Steps should be taken for students to be transitioned off these Learning Plans and be post-assessed (with the corresponding Post-Assessment).

You will receive ongoing updates on the transition process to phase out and retire older Assessments and curriculum. Please direct all questions to, and keep watching Mathnasium Matters for more information from the Education Department!