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.
Victoria Sabelli, John Winthrop Elem, CT, USA
Students love playing Sumdog's multiplayer games against others worldwide - while their teachers keep control over the skills they work on.
As students play, we ask them questions, selected from hundreds of $bodyCommon Core aligned skills.
Our powerful learning engine builds an understanding of each student, tailoring questions to their individual needs, and guiding their progress.
M. Reid, Marsh Pointe Elementary, FL, USA
Sumdog's questions are drawn from hundreds of Common Core aligned skills, covering grades 1-6.
Sumdog's math questions are free to use, without any time limit. They include word problems, and cover a broad range of topics.
A Sumdog Reading subscription adds thousands of questions covering grammar and vocabulary .
A Sumdog Writing subscription lets students write together with their classmates and friends - while Sumdog's learning engine guides their progress.
D. Simpson, St Helena Secondary College, VIC, Australia
Teachers can sign up for a free login.
This lets you create free logins for all of your students, and access some cool features:
Use Sumdog's classroom activities to motivate your class - and focus them on what they need to practice.
Sumdog's Live Class tool gives you constant updates, telling you who's doing well - and who needs your help.
Take part in Sumdog's inter-school contests: a great way to engage students in math learning.
Lots of Sumdog is free, without time limit, but if you wish you can subscribe to get even more.
Subscribed students can play the latest games months before everyone else.
Thousands of questions covering grammar and vocabulary.
Unlimited classroom activities help you motivate your students.
Let students practice writing together with their classmates and friends.
Unlimited reports to monitor your students' progress and target your intervention.
Unlimited assessments to test what they've learned and report on progress.