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    Helping Children
    become proficient in
    math!
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    Targeted video tutorials that don’t shame, but rather build confidence and self esteem, while making math fun!
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    The stats page offers a motivational tool where children monitor their progress. This gives them an intrinsic motivation to learn.

This game covers the essential standards of mathematics from the Common Core Standards for students in 3rd through 6th grades.

This game adjusts to each child’s individual level of ability and provides a video tutorial any time that child gets a problem wrong.

Teachers, Parents and Students can see exactly how they are progressing through the essential standards by looking at the STATS Page.

Plans & Pricing

Your first month is free! You will not be billed until your 30 day trial has expired.

One Child
pay monthly
$12
After your 30 day free trial
Five Children
pay monthly
$20

After your 30 day free trial

Class of 32
pay monthly
$ 129.28

After your 30 day free trial

One Child
pay yearly
$ 115

After your 30 day free trial.
Save $29 every year compared to the monthly plan.

Five Children
pay yearly
$190

After your 30 day free trial
Save $50 every year compared to the monthly plan.

Class of 32
pay yearly
$ 250.24

After your 30 day free trial
Save $50 every year compared to the monthly plan.

I love playing The Teacher's Dugeon, because I learned so much this year. The game really helps me understand the math.

The Teachers' Dungeon is awesome because it helps me understand the math. The tutorials are funny and super helpful! This game makes learning fun!

The Teachers' Dungeon keeps students focused, engaged, and motivated in learning grade standards.
Cristina - 3rd grade teacher
My students were recently introduced to Teachers' Dungeon. The moment we started exploring the game they were all very excited. They were interested in winning the quests and being able to add new characters. All of my students were actively participating with the game and enjoyed answering the questions. Many of my students wanted to know how they could access it from home because they wanted to continue playing! I have found that this game is not only educational, but the students love to play it.
Melissa - 5th Grade Teacher