Sumdog is now free for schools and low-income families.

Personalized math & spelling practice that students love

Engage your students with adaptive learning where each question is tailored to their level. The more they play and answer correctly, the harder the questions get.

The multiplayer games align to all major curricula for ages 5 to 14.

Proven to accelerate growth.

Standards alignment

Sumdog’s in-game questions cover standards for K-8. The games complement teacher-led lessons or instruction to reinforce learning or offer extra support at school or home for areas that need improvement.

What’s different about Michigan?

On some Sumdog webpages, you might be prompted to sign up for a subscription. For all Michigan users,  all Sumdog educational content including all 27 premium games and teaching tools are free during school hours until July 31st.


Sumdog works!

A recent study demonstrated that using Sumdog for just 30 minutes a week almost doubled children’s proficiency. With Sumdog, you can easily see student activity at a glance and the powerful diagnostic tool enables you to quickly identify strengths and areas for development.


27 exciting games!

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Maths games
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How Sumdog Supports Students

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Download our infographic to learn about Sumdog improving learning and why Michigan teachers love using it in the classroom.

“If anyone doesn't use Sumdog, they should!”
Sarah Fiala, Teacher, Airport Community Schools

“I'd recommend Sumdog because it's easy to use, you can seamlessly integrate it into your curriculum and the data it offers is really useful - it gives you both a broad overview as well as specific details!”
Mr. Andrew Esterline, Teacher, Tekonsha Community Schools, Michigan
“Sumdog's mission is to narrow the achievement gap - by helping every child reach their full potential.”
Andrew Hall, Sumdog CEO