Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Common Core Math (Grade 4) zondle Pack released!

We are pleased to announce the release of zondle Common Core Math (Grade 4). This brand new zondle Pack contains more than 600 questions for teachers to choose from when delivering Common Core Math to their Grade 4 students.

Zondle has been working with expert teachers in the USA to develop resources that meet the needs of schools delivering the Common Core. For Grade 4 Math (there are more grades on the way), these teachers have created zondle topics (sets of questions) for EACH standard. All you need to do is to choose the standard that you would like your students to play in games, or which you would like to assess.

And don’t forget, with zondle, there’s absolutely no marking!


How it works

1.      Purchase zondle Common Core Math (Grade 4) on the zondle Extras Marketplace or via Edmodo.

2.      Choose the standard that you want your students to engage with, and set them the appropriate zondle topic(s) – either for playing in games or for summative assessment.

3.      Children play the topics you’ve set them in any one of zondle's games on the web and mobile, or they answer the questions in a summative assessment.

4.      No marking!

5.      Teachers can review student progress in the grade book (including weakest questions and progress over time).

Another NEW Feature! All zondle topics can now be printed as a worksheet (includes an answers sheet for teachers).

Click here to download a FREE starter pack (so you can check out exactly what’s included). And remember, if you purchase on zondle, we have a no-quibble 100% money-back guarantee!

Click here purchase zondle Common Core Math (Grade 4) in Edmodo. Visit Math and then search for zondle Common Core.


About zondle

zondle is a unique web and mobile platform that empowers teachers, engages students and enhances learning. Among many other features, teachers can create games to match exactly their teaching aims (any subject, any level, any language) and their students’ learning needs (to consolidate classroom learning, for formative or summative assessment, or to prepare for high‐stakes tests and examinations).