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NEW: Try a different game every week

With a free Sumdog account, children already have access to 6 fun and exciting adaptive math games. To celebrate the last semester of the school year and get all children excited to practice math, the game developers here at Sumdog will be releasing a subscriber-only game every week for children to try out.  We’ll be […]

NEW game: ‘Pocket Racer’ has arrived

We’re excited to introduce the latest addition to the Sumdog games library, ‘Pocket Racer’. This now makes a grand total of 26 fun and engaging games available for subscribers to play! How does the game work? Pocket Racer is a single player game. Once the game starts, students have the opportunity to choose between two […]

Eight key strategies for successful remote learning

Deliver high-quality and effective remote teaching with these easy-to-implement strategies. With schools across the country now closed to the majority of pupils, remote learning is taking centre stage once again. Whilst this may all feel like a bad dream, a huge amount was learnt in that first lockdown which can now be implemented to improve […]

A Simple Guide to Hybrid Learning for Teachers

2020 has presented remarkable challenges for educational continuity. Crowded classrooms have given way to eerily quiet schools, as previous educational constraints were quickly overshadowed by an unprecedented global health crisis. As we navigate through this unpredictable and challenging time,  education access in this environment continues to require a careful balance of social distancing and innovative […]

Welcome back! Sumdog’s top tips for Back-to-School

Back-to-school is going to look a little different this year, both for teachers and students. With many children being away from the classroom for almost six months, and some children remaining at home in some US states, the return to learning needs some careful planning. All students’ experiences will have been slightly different, as will […]

5 top tips for home learning

Before reading this blog, we need to understand that every teacher is different, every school is different, every context is different, and everyone has different expectations.  With this in mind, here are 5 tips to help you teach during lockdown. 1. Don’t teach anything new Schools should see this an opportunity to review previously taught […]