Welcome to Sumdog's math contests!

Sumdog’s online math contests are a fun way to motivate your students as they compete against other classes and schools, locally or nationally.

Over 48,000 classes take part every year, answering over 3.5 billion questions! It’s a great opportunity for students to practice math, have fun and boost their confidence.

Request a 30-day trial to take part in your next local contest

How do the contests work?

Whether they’re learning in school or at home, your students can play alongside their classmates using a smartphone, tablet or computer.


Easy to try

You can try out Sumdog and enter your next contest by requesting a trial for your school.

Fair and adaptive

Sumdog’s questions are based on accuracy and are tailored to each student’s level – so everyone has a fair chance of winning.

Fun and engaging

Students simply answer math questions while playing Sumdog’s super fun online activities – they can even do it as homework.

Prizes to be won

You can win prizes, as well as Certificates of Achievement for your students (scroll down to bottom of page).


Sumdog March Mathness

Sumdog’s March Mathness contest is taking place March 3rd – 9th! Will your class be national champions?

Regional contests

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Printable resources

Contest certificate


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“Even within one contest period I can see growth in my children”
Deb Milka, Michigan, Mattawan Early Elementary School