Different students need different rewards, so we’ve got lots to encourage students to stretch themselves and adopt a growth mindset. From avatar credits for improvement, to points for correct answers. A weekly target of 1000 points earns a certificate, building through bronze, silver and gold across the year, promoting long-lasting engagement. Top-scoring students are showcased on the Mathletics global Hall of Fame!
Including a range of extra learning resources to excite and engage…
The Concept Search is an interactive and visual dictionary of mathematical terms. Explore and learn through modeling and pictorial representations.
Join Max and the Times Tables Toons band as they sing, dance and rock their way through the times tables. A fun way to learn multiplication facts!
A range of problem solving puzzles, encouraging students to solve real-world math problems through exploration and open thinking.
Designed for younger students, Rainforest Math is a wildly bright, colorful and vibrant area of Mathletics with a selection of simpler activities.
Take a look at Mathletics in action…
Over 4 million Elementary-aged students are using Mathletics to help them with their math, in schools and via home subscriptions. We hear every day how much they genuinely love it!
Don’t take our word for it
We recently asked our huge community of parents what they thought about Mathletics
of parents said that Mathletics makes math concepts easier to explain to their child.
of parents said that Mathletics had improved their child’s understanding of math.
of parents said their child showed increased enjoyment in math through using Mathletics
Average student score when starting a Mathletics activity: 68%
Average student score after completing a Mathletics activity: 92%
*Data taken from 2016 survey to Mathletics-subscribed parents. Student improvement statistic references first vs. latest attempts as individual Mathletics activities, covering student data throughout the 2017 academic year.
“My daughter, who has never liked math, now loves it. She often asks me to go on Mathletics, she loves to “play” Live Mathletics against other kids and seeing all the different players around the world. It’s so fun it doesn’t feel like learning. She even raised her math grades!” – Parent