Sumdog for teachers
Sumdog's free educational games motivate your students to practice math, reading and writing - while you have full control over what they learn.
Students play educational games against others worldwide, while teachers control what they learn.
Our powerful learning engine understands each student, tailoring questions to their individual needs.
Set up your school free, then use our automated live class tools to monitor your students' work.
The results were amazing! 88% of the students got 70%
or above. The class average was 86%!! (more)
Victoria Sabelli, John Winthrop Elem, CT, USA
You only need your e-mail and a few seconds. Here's what you get:
- Play math games
- Set up or join your school
- Create free student logins
- Monitor your students live
- Run 10 progress reports
- Create 5 activities
I cannot say enough about how user friendly it is.
We have so much fun... Thank you!
M.R., Teacher, Florida, USA
It's free for your kids to play Sumdog - but to help you incorporate Sumdog into your teaching, there's also lots of free stuff that's useful for teachers.
Use Sumdog's live class tool to monitor student activity. See who is doing well - and who needs help.
Our free math contests have prizes on offer - and our adaptive engine gives everyone a fair chance.
We track hundreds of CCSS aligned skills, tailor each student's learning, and deliver progress reports.
the range of games... I loved the ability
to set activities to their level.
D.S., Teacher, Australia
You can buy subscription places to let you and your students get even more from Sumdog - though there's no obligation to do so.
Sumdog Reading adds thousands of questions covering grammar and vocabulary .
Subscribed students get to play new games months before non-subscribers, while activities motivate your students, and reports track their progress.
Students write together with their classmates and friends - while Sumdog's learning engine guides the students, helping them progress.
class competition. Imagine middle school
students excited about math!
K.K, Teacher, Maryland, USA