Guest Post - Wowzers, Math is Fun!

Posted by Alexey Kudashev on May 25, 2012 3:00:00 AM


Earlier this week we ran a guest post by Mrs. Straith, who wrote about how she uses Wowzers every day with her 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade gifted classes. She loved Wowzers for it's robust classroom management system and how easy it was to differentiate and individualize each student's learning while still leaving room for group discussions. One of her 4th grade students has written a piece about Wowzers that will be published in their school newsletter this summer and she was so nice to let us share it with you! 

Wowzers, Math is Fun!

by Maya G.-4th Grade Math Trailblazer

This year, the 4th grade Math Trailblazer students have been using an online math program called Wowzers, which is a virtual world.  Each day we have a variety of activities to participate in including a tryout, a lesson, a practice, a game, a quest, and a quiz.  The activities prepare us for the day’s quiz, which shows our teacher the results of how we did during the day.  There are four lessons a week and on the fifth day we have a 20 question quiz, which assesses the whole week.  Here is what my classmates had to say about Wowzers:


“Wowzers is an amazing program because it is so fun, adventurous, and smart.” Jacob S.

“Wowzers helps ensure that you are getting your education and have fun while learning.” Emily F.

“I like Wowzers because it makes math more fun!” Eli G.

“I love the new Wowzers program because then I can’t leave my stuff at school.” Aydan F.


We thank Mrs. Straith and Maya for sharing her article with us and love hearing from actual students who are using Wowzers! For more information about Wowzers, feel free to check us out on Facebook or Twitter. You can also request more information and begin a free 21 day trial at www.wowzers.com.


Topics: Blended Learning, Wowzers Tales

Wowzers is a comprehensive online math program covering all Common Core State Standards for grades K-8. The research-based program adapts to each learner and allows for an individualized path through the curriculum. Content is presented in multiple ways, and appeals to tactile, auditory, and visual learners. Assessments mirror those found on high-stakes achievement tests and provide teachers and administrators with the information that they need to personalize learning for each student.

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