Lymboo Math — the only personalized, structured, and rigorous online math program.
» Rich K–5 curriculum – beyond Common Core Standards
» Personalized, adaptive, and dynamic
» Practice structure promotes mastery & retention
» Self-paced program develops independent learning skills
» Most effective program for blended learning
25,000+ classrooms use Lymboo Math!
Teachers and parents use Lymboo Math to provide personalized and differentiated learning to their students.
Comprehensive and rigorous, yet a fun learning environment!
Lymboo Math's comprehensive diagnostic tests
allow teachers to know their students and understand their needs in order to tailor learning strategies to maximize student outcomes. Students in differentiated classrooms have better learning experience
and are more excited about their work.
Children have diverse instructional needs. While Lymboo Math differentiation sets the stage for an effective teaching and learning strategy, the program's adaptive learning system adjusts to the student's learning needs, resulting in a better and more effective learning experience.
The rich and comprehensive K–5 curriculum
covers every math concept from multiple perspectives resulting in 360° of real, useful math — facts, basic concepts, application, word problems, critical thinking, and problem-solving.
Starting with the initial diagnostic test, through daily practice and periodic, progressive spiral review assignments, to year-end standardized test preparation, Lymboo Math structure provides continuous reinforcement of math concepts and builds a strong foundation in math.
Lymboo Math provides a rigorous and focused learning environment for students to excel in math. Unlimited practice problems, valuable feedback on strengths & weaknesses, and timely and up-to-date performance reports, help students to become independent learners and excel and thrive.
I am using Lymboo Math in my high school Discrete Math and Algeo 1 Math classes. I love it! The kids are motivated to do well and are finally asking questions.."how do you do this?" instead of just guess and check. I am using it to fill in the basic skills that the students should have acquired but haven't.
Carole Buelter, Steamboat Springs High School, CO