Has anyone tried XtraMath? I somehow stumbled upon it this past week while I was on spring break. It looks like just the thing I need to individualize my students' math fact fluency practice in my classroom! I'm hoping to start using it when we return to school on Monday. If you've used it, what did you think? Did you like it or not? Do you have any advice for how to best introduce it to and/or implement it with the students? I am in a sped resource room working primarily with 2nd and 3rd grade students. I'm considering using the "Extended Six Second" program for my students that have a slow processing speed rather than the default three second program, even though the XtraMath FAQ states that the extended program isn't really for fluency practice. They say that six seconds is too much time to be considered fluency practice because it allows the students to "calculate" the answer rather than "recall" it. I understand and agree with that statement in general, but for a few select students in my math group, six seconds still won't be enough time for them to go through the process of calculating with their fingers or a number line. Thoughts on that? Is is appropriate for me to still call it "fluency practice" if I give them them six seconds per problem instead of three? Also, if any other sped teachers have used the program, I'd be interested in hearing a) how you might have used the reports for collecting data towards IEP goals, if you did that, and b) how you structured your small math groups to incorporate Xtramath. I have 3-4 students in my group, depending on the day of the week. I appreciate any insight you can share.