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Yes, all Cazoom Math Worksheets have been aligned to the Common Core State Standards, and we have worked with a panel of experienced educators to align the worksheets as accurately as possible to the common core standards.
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You need to have a school licence in order to save the math worksheets to your school computer. Please contact us at [email protected] to find out more about getting a licence for your school.
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I am experiencing this error when I try to login, "503 Error: Too many IP addresses accessing one secure area". Help!?
Our system automatically disallows users from logging into the site from too many locations. This system prevents users from unfairly sharing their account details. If you are sharing your account details at school it may be because you really love cazoom! Which is great, but your school will have to purchase a school license. If you have experienced this error message email us, we can typically get you logged in again within an hour if our records indicate fair usage.
Check that someone else is not logged in using your account details. Otherwise please email us and we will get the issue quickly resolved.
When I try to download it says the site does not exist, or "unable to open this internet site. The requested site is either unavailable or cannot be found...". How can I resolve this?
This is most likely due to your internet browser settings. Clear your browser data history, including cookies and cached data. This can be done through the browser settings tab on Google Chrome and the Internet Options tab on Internet Explorer. Using Internet Explorer you will find under the general tab the section Browsing History, click “delete..” and choose cookies and temporary files. Using Google Chrome choose settings and then history, click browsing data and then choose cookies and cached data. Alternatively, try accessing our site using another internet browser entirely, such as Google Chrome, Mozilla FireFox, Safari etc.