How Motion Math Will Benefit Your Students

Improved Mindset Towards Math

  • Our designs differ from most: they are actually games rather than animated flashcards and multiple-choice worksheets! This leads to more delightful learning and student engagement.
  • A published study by USC Professor Michelle Riconscente found that students attitudes towards fractions improved by 10% and student mastery improved 15% after playing our fractions game for 20 minutes a day over the course of five days.

Improved Conceptual Mastery
We design our games to help students gain a deep conceptual understanding and visual sense of the most challenging and fundamental K-6 math concepts:

  • The number line, including decimals and negatives
  • Addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication
  • Fractions, decimals, percents, proportions
  • Estimation and measurement
  • Money and economics
  • Coordinates


  • Our games span more than 400 levels covering key foundational concepts for grades K–6.
  • Students and teachers can directly select difficulty levels to provide the proper challenge.

Analytics and Classroom Management

  • Our dashboard allows teachers to see how students are progressing in concepts strands based on their performance in games.
  • Teachers can also monitor student activity in real-time to gain visibility into which games students are playing at which difficulty levels.

Seamless Integration, Great Support

  • Motion Math is easy to get started in classrooms and doesn’t require any special technical knowledge or setup.
  • Students can easily find their level of challenge with intuitive gameplay, built-in tutorials, and scaffolded hints.
  • Technical and instructional support with live chat and phone help during business hours.

An Instructional Tool Backed by Experts

  • “A wonderful resource that shows students the visual and creative nature of math.” – Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education, Stanford Graduate School of Education, Motion Math advisor.
  • “Great gameplay and great learning. Highly recommended.” – Dan Meyer, math teacher, Chief Academic Officer, Desmos
  • Motion Math was founded at the Stanford Graduate School of Education.
  • Our games have won numerous awards including the 2014 ON for Learning Award from Common Sense Media, an American Association of School Librarians’ Best App for Learning, 6 Parent’s Choice Awards, and 6 Children’s Technology Review Awards.
  • We have been featured by top media outlets including ABC News, The New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal.
  • We are backed by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Noyce Foundation.

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