Using the Pause screen to access data and options in Imagine Math Facts

A student can pause Imagine Math Facts at any time in order to access data and settings. 

From the Pause menu you can: 


To enable the Pause menu features, you must be logged in as the student or looking over the student's shoulder as they work in Imagine Math Facts. Some student settings can also be managed from the educator portal

Accessing the Pause window (instructions for students)

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  1. Log in to Imagine Math Facts.
  2. Select a math operation and click Play


  3.  Press the ESC key at any point in the game to access the Pause menu. You can also press the "M" key on the keyboard.  



Updating the Imagine Math Facts settings

  1. On the Pause menu, select Options


    The Options window displays.


  2. From the Options menu you can: 
    • Change the screen Resolution. The resolution of 1920 x 1080 is the default.
    • Adjust the Brightness and Volume
    • Switch between Normal and Widescreen views
    • Switch the game into Friendly mode which disables intense effects when
      students answer incorrectly.
    • Switch the language between English and Spanish.
  3. Click Apply Changes

Restarting a Level

  1. On the Pause menu, click Quit


  2. Click Restart.


Challenging a Level


Challenging an Imagine Math Facts level before a student has played it all the way through is not recommended.

Imagine Math Facts is designed to carefully monitor and track student progress to determine when they are prepared to challenge the level they are currently working in.  With this in mind, a student can attempt to pass off a level at any time without playing all the way through.

  1. On the Pause menu, click Challenge.


  2. The student is teleported to the entrance of the final boss for the challenged level.


Viewing a Student's Progress

A student's progress can be easily checked via the Progress Board in the top left corner of the Pause screen. 


  • Green - Student showed proficiency/mastery for that fact and its reciprocal.

  • Yellow - Student showed proficiency/mastery for that fact but missed the reciprocal.

  • Blue - The fact is currently in progress and the student is actively working on that in their current level.

Viewing Usage Data

The Pause menu tracks Active Time Played and Time Remaining.