Managing Your Content

Woot Math has content for K-12, so regardless of what you are looking for, you’ve come to the right place! To get started, you can first select your grade using the left-hand navigation or search.

You can further filter search results by selecting a specific number of tasks and subject, as shown:

To view the Adaptive Learning content, select the Grades 3-7 option as shown:

Any of this content can be added to My Content, which will allow you to edit, assign, preview, and more. Learn more about how to assign content to your students here.

How to preview an assignment?

There are a couple of ways to preview an assignment before you assign it to your students. For any of the formative assessment assignments (warmups, exit tickets, quizes, homework, etc), you can simply hover over the assignment to get the options for that assignment. To preview a formative assessment assignment, simply press the Preview, as shown here:

The Preview mode will allow you to play the assignment just like a student. The preview includes full access to the student scratchpad, correct/incorrect answer reporting, and much more.

To make a formative assessment assignment, simply pick either Teacher-Led or Self-Paced to send the assignment to your students.

For any of the Adaptive Learning assignments, you can play an assignment by assigning it to yourself (learn how to make yourself an account here). Note that because it is adaptive in nature, your experience will not be exactly the same as your students’. The other option is to use the Problem Bank. The Problem Bank removes all of the adaptivity, but lets you explore the problems and problem types your students will be asked to solve. You can access the Problem Bank from the More menu on the teacher dashboard,

or directly using this link.

The Problem Bank allows you to select by topic or standard, and explore the various levels inside each assignment. No data is stored while you are exploring these problems (since it is primarily used to review scope & sequence, project for the class, and enable small group discussions).

How to play an assignment as a teacher?

There are a variety of ways to play as a student.

Formative Assessments

To run a quiz, exit ticket, warm up, or formative assessment as a student, you can:

  • Preview an assignment using the Preview button
  • Run the assignment in either self-paced or teacher-led mode. In either case, you can run the assignment with either a class roster or by typing your name when you join

Adaptive Learning

To play through Adaptive Learning as a student, you will first need to create a sample student account. To do this, create a new student called Teacher from the Manage Roster tab on the teacher dashboard. You can either add the new student account to an existing class, or you can create a new class and then add a new student to the new class.

You can also use the Interactive Problem Bank to quickly share the hands-on, model-rich Adaptive Learning problems using a projector or interactive whiteboard. You can also explore specific topics or problem types to review scope & sequence.

How much does Woot Math cost?

Much of the content in Woot Math is entirely free, and teachers can sign up for a free account here. There is no time limit to your free account, and you can use it with an unlimited number of classes and students.

Formative Assessment

Running Formative Assessments in your classroom is entirely free. You can choose from existing quizzes, exit tickets, warm ups, and formative assessments, you can modify and edit them, or you can even create your own.

Adaptive Learning Free Tier

The Adaptive Learning Free Tier provides you with hours of in-class content, all entirely for free. You can review the scope & sequence  to learn more about Adaptive Learning.

Adaptive Learning Premium Tier

The Adaptive Learning Premium Tier provides you with all of the Adaptive Learning content, as well as in-depth analytics and real-time reports. It is licensed per-student, per-year, and can be purchased for district, school, teacher, and even homeschool use. You can review the scope & sequence  to learn more about Adaptive Learning.

Please visit the pricing page for additional information on purchasing Woot Math’s Adaptive Learning content.

What is the best way to use Adaptive Learning with my class?

Woot Math’s Adaptive Learning delivers a personalized progression of lessons for your students. It can be used to supplement your core curriculum, or for intervention and remediation to help students catch up. Our recommendation is for students to use Woot Math’s Adaptive Learning 2-5 times per week, with at least 20-40 minutes of use per session. For more specific recommendations, please see the implementation guidelines for grades 3-5, or grades 6+.

There are many options for integrating Woot Math into your classroom. Some teachers use Woot Math with the entire classroom at once, others rotate students through it at a center. Others have students complete levels outside the class (at study hall or as homework).

To get started using the Adaptive Learning content in your classroom, create your first assignment and get going! Not sure how to start? Learn more here.

What do the stars mean on Adaptive Learning?

As students are working through the Adaptive Learning assignments, they are awarded stars for completing levels. They can earn between zero and three stars for each level that they complete. If they fail to earn at least one star, they will need to repeat that level before they can move on. Depending on their progress, supplemental levels may also appear to help enable the student to succeed at a given level.

In order to earn three stars, students must answer all the problems correctly. If a student does particularly well, they may also unlock the bonus question, which is presented at the end of the level. In this case, they must also correctly answer the bonus question in order to obtain 3 stars.

While teachers implement a variety of strategies in their classroom, we typically recommend that teachers tell their students to obtain 2 stars on all levels. Note that students can (and are often motivated!) to repeat a level to earn additional stars.

The teacher dashboard Analytics section provides detailed information on students’ progress through the Adaptive Learning units.

Where should my students start with Woot Math Adaptive Learning?

Woot Math’s Adaptive Learning provides students in grades 3-8+ with the foundational materials that they need to be successful with mathematics. There are generally two ways in which teachers implement Woot Math in their classroom, either as a supplement to the core curriculum, or as an intervention or remediation for students that need a little extra assistance on these challenging topics.

Woot Math was designed to support both scenarios. More details about each are below. If you have questions on the best implementation for your students, please review our case studies to see how other teachers are implementing Woot Math. And always feel free to contact us if you have specific questions.

Grade Level Supplement (Grades 3-7)

Woot Math is a grade level supplement for foundational material (fractions, decimal, ratios, negative numbers, and more). Woot Math enables students to succeed by helping them build conceptual understanding of the most challenging concepts in rational numbers. Woot Math uses multiple representations and leverages interactive models to help shore up these critical areas, so they become ready for Algebra and beyond. Implementation guidelines are available for grades 3-5 and grades 6-7.

Intervention and Remediation (Grades 6-8+)

For students in grades 6+, Woot Math is used for intervention and remediation to ensure your students develop a strong foundation of rational numbers (fractions, decimals, ratios, rates and proportions, negative numbers, etc) so they can be successful in all types of mathematics. Woot Math enables students to succeed by building conceptual understanding of key rational number topics. View the implementation guidelines for grades 6-8.

What content does Woot Math cover?

Woot Math provides tools for teachers in the math and STEM-related classrooms. It is appropriate for grades K-12+, and is aligned to both state and Common Core standards. Woot Math provides both Formative Assessment and Adaptive Learning content for teachers to utilize with their students:

Formative Assessment: Grades K-12+.  The formative assessments are designed to help you effectively leverage technology and identify gaps in student learning with real-time insights into trends, make student thinking visible, and bring joy (after all, Woot is in our name!) into the math classroom.

Adaptive Learning: Grades 3-7, intervention grades 8+. Help your students master critical concepts with the award-winning, research-based, interactive personalized learning platform that is proven to increase student outcomes.

Which grades is Woot Math appropriate for?

Woot Math is designed to be used with K-12+ classrooms. There are FREE grade-appropriate quizzes, warm-ups, exit tickets, polls and formative assessments that teachers can utilize today. Explore some of the free high-quality math- and STEM-based content here.

Woot Math also provides an Adaptive Learning platform for use as a supplement to your core curriculum, as well as intervention and remediation. The Adaptive Learning platform provides grade-aligned content for grades 3-7, and also as a supplement for grades 8+.

Some of the Adaptive Learning content is available for free as part of the free tier, and an additional premium tier is available for purchase.  You can learn more here.

Woot Math in a 4th Grade Classroom

Fraction bar digital manipulatives
Fraction Circle Digital Manipulatives

– Digital Manipulatives –

Not having to search for a half, third, and sixth piece (that accidentally got knocked on the ground and now is under someone’s shoes, or what color was the twelves piece?!) To model a problem quickly and efficiently for a learner still at the concrete level of fractions is a teacher’s dream come true!

Woot Math provides an opportunity for students to have access to manipulatives and models of all sizes and types (fraction bars and circles are available to students) while working on problems that cover all grade level standards. This is exactly what I have always wanted to be able to provide for my students. The question types are varied with kid friendly fonts, graphics, and animations to keep students interested peeked. Additionally, the writing tool is fantastic for showing how to make groups, separate, divide, and give meaning to word problems – every kids’ nemesis. Woot Math has built in positive reinforcements and rewards to keep students engaged while offering rigorous common core aligned curriculum. Students are presented with problems that mirror our state test and their confidence is built as they see themselves as experts to help classmates working on similar question types.

Student engagement

– Student engagement includes badges and stars –

Like most classrooms across the nation, my class is composed of students performing multiple grade levels above and multiple grade levels below in math a well as other subjects. Woot Math is a perfect match for every student in our class. Students with IEPs are able to watch the instructional videos and receive curriculum starting with third grade standards. Students who are advanced in math can progress on their own above our grade level and continue to learn fractions and decimals into sixth grade level.

We use Woot Math in class for 15 to 30 minutes a day while we are working in the fractions domain. I assign each student to start at the beginning of the program, which is third grade standards. As a fourth-grade teacher it is a dream for me to have no assumptions of what the students remember from last year. Every child is able to work through last year‘s fractions and decimals standards. (You can find a useful example of Woot Math problems  on their Equivalent Fractions page.)

Woot Math gives students the opportunity for additional practice if they make mistakes, so mastery is the focus of each assignment. I love that Woot Math ensures that each student is able to be successful before moving on. The focus is on mastery, not on getting the assignment completed as fast as possible. If students rush through with careless errors they are given more opportunities to try those problems again. Students learn that focus and accuracy are more important than speed. The immediate feedback students receive let’s them know right away if they are understanding the standards or not.

Completed Book Tile

– Completed Book Award –

Each week on Monday I set a goal for students to complete one or two “books” by Friday. I love that the curriculum is broken down into small parts so students are celebrated frequently and receive recognition for their hard work. Everyone feels like a winner with Woot Math. Kids love receiving a new highlight color and being awarded their stars at the end of a section. I reinforce to my class not to guess and to rewatch the video that comes at the beginning of the section which models, describes, and outlines exactly how to complete the work.

The Mastery by Books report is a quick way for me to scan who has completed which books and to what degree of mastery. The color-coded grid is simple, straightforward, and a breeze to use for the busy teacher with multiple subjects to teach a day. Being able to see 32 students work on individualized assignments that have been personalized to meet their needs is so rewarding. Every student is learning the next thing they need to know. That’s the power of Woot Math! Woot!

Adaptive Learning Reports

– Sample Report –

If you haven’t already, sign up for your free tier today!

About Christi:
Christi Tucker is a 4th grade teacher with her masters degree in curriculum and instruction. She has ten years of experience in preschool through 8th grade. Christi loves the Southern California sunshine, color-changing sheep on Minecraft, kayaking in the bay, and taking on a challenge to learn something new. Embracing change, she loves to integrate technology into learning and utilizing it to make learning an adventure everyday.