Our core content is focused on grades 2 - 8 including addition, arithmetic, fractions, and algebraic thinking. However, kids and adults of all ages can have fun exploring and creating math machines and unique challenges in Super Math World. We encourage kids to play at school and at home.
Our lessons are still a work in progress while we test over the summer, but you can see what we have so far:
Yes, we are. Please note that if you follow another standard, Super Math World is just as compatible -- we teach math from first principles, so any mathematical standard would be aligned with our game. However, we have only done the work to document our learning outcomes with Common Core because it is the most popular one. If you would like us to code to document with another standard, please contact us!
You need a Chrome or Firefox browser to play. The game works on PC, Mac, Linux, and Chromebook. If you are using iPad, check out.
Create your free Teacher Account atand follow the steps to set up a classroom.
Yes! You can purchase a subscription at our.
Students do not have accounts per se at Super Math World. Instead, students join a class and play as a group. We encourage your students to use the same name each time they play (do not use their real name) so you can track their progress in the Class Reports tab at
Levels you create are saved to the classroom, and can be managed at the. If you create a level without an account, you must save the unique level link -- this will let you share and edit the level.
Class level is your current progress as a class in Super Math World. You level up by having more play sessions for your class, creating new levels, and sharing -- this will happen automatically with regular use of the game. Leveling up your class will unlock more items inside the editor and additional levels as well.
Yes, you canthe demo without creating an account. Progress will not be saved.
Yes, while playing the game you can open the editor from the pause menu. After editing or creating a level, just push Save and you'll get a link to your level.
Recent research indicates that students learn math very effectively while in a playful, stress free environment. During play students will discover and use mathematical properties of the world which strengthen core understanding. We do our best to follow what the research says for our game under the guidance of our chief educational advisor, Jo Boaler.