Customize number of questions per practice.
I have children with attention difficulties and while they enjoy scootpad it is difficult for them to remain focussed at times. It would be great to be able to customise the number of questions in practices and assignments and the number of coins that each practice is then worth.
Hi Everyone,
Thank you for your very insightful feedback – we greatly appreciate it. With the new release of Practice 2.0, you can customize the number of questions per practice session. Check it out in your accounts!

Mark.mccrory commented
Teachers and students would love the ability to have the number of assignment questions drop to 10 questions per assignments. By requiring 20 questions per assignment, many of the students are getting frustrated or burned out which leads to them not completing the assignment. Teachers can tell after only 10 questions if the students understand the concept. Please consider dropping the number to 10 for the assignments.

Rachel commented
We would like to be able to lower the math questions from 20 to 10. Or better yet, we would like to be able to choose the amount of questions per practice.

lpechin commented
Please make math assignments adjustable so that we can choose the number of problems assigned. Ten would be much better than twenty.

ckirby commented
You guys talk a lot about putting the teacher in charge. One way you can do that is by giving the option for less than 20 problems on a practice. Often, students who need help also have learning disabilities. One common accommodation is to give them fewer problems. When I have a student struggling with multiplication, 20 problems is a life sentence. I need to have more flexibility  at least on assignments and concept builders.

Anonymous commented
I would like to have an option of how many # questions I want my students to practice. We dont have time to do 20 questions. I would like the option of 10 or 15 please.

Zoch commented
I would love the ability to control how many questions are on each assignment. Some days all I need is a quick 5 question check instead of 20 questions. :)

jonas1600 commented
This is a great Idea! As the students get used to the program and usage teachers could have the ability to increase or decrease the amount of questions they want the students to answer.

Cj F commented
Agreed!

Kim commented
Agreed! Some of the upper level CC math questions are rather lengthy. Kids are taking 2 hours to complete 1 assignment.

There is not a way to customize the number of questions per practice, but we are considering adding this option in the future.

Jodi B. commented
I agree! I would like 10 problems per Math practices for my SPED students! Is there a way to manually change the number of problems?

Anonymous commented
I would love this as well! 20 questions is too much for some kids.

S. Leong commented
I like the 20 as well. If it's too much for kids they can always do half and save and do the other half the next day.

Jennifer Auten commented
I like having 20, I think an option for the teacher to choose is good.

Allyson commented
20 problems is too much for math practice some nights for my second graders. I suggest making the number of problems per practice be lowered to 10.