MobyMax Giveaway!


Hey everyone!  I have super exciting news to share with you today!!  I was recently offered a free account with MobyMax, AND another free account to give away to one of my awesome readers.  Keep reading to find out about this awesome online educational tool, and to enter for your chance to win!

So, you might be wondering…what IS MobyMax?  Well, MobyMax is an online curriculum tool that provides assessment and instruction for students in Kindergarten through 8th grade.  Students take pre-tests so that the program can get a sense of what they know and what gaps may need to be filled.  It covers math (including math fact fluency and number sense), reading (language, literature, informational text, vocabulary), and writing.

The image above is part of the teacher/parent dashboard that you see when you login.  Click on “Roster” to set up all of your kids – that is all you have to do to get them started!  Give them their login information and passwords, tell them to get started, and they can work completely independently!

When the kids log in, there is often some funny little cartoon or image to catch their attention!  Then, they see this:

When they’re first getting started, they take a placement test that allows the curriculum to adapt to meet their specific needs.  THIS is the part that’s so exciting to me.  When I had an entire classroom of students, I found it really challenging to try and meet all of their needs.  MobyMax is such a powerful tool for differentiation – it can really change the game for your students, especially the struggling ones.  

After students have taken their placement tests, they can start in on the lessons.  One great feature is that the lesson tells the kids what they will be learning before the computer starts teaching.

The lessons include images and the computer reads aloud the text to students (at least it does in the younger grades, anyway, which I was experimenting with):

Colored highlighting (such as for the word “who” above) helps draw students’ attention to key words.

In addition to being engaging and fun for the students, MobyMax is also easy to use for the teacher.  You can get lots of helpful reports about student progress, like how they are doing and how long they are spending on MobyMax (great if you use it as a homework assignment/option).

I could go on, because there are a lot of other cool features, but I want to let you enter to win!

a Rafflecopter giveaway
{You can enter to win without doing any blog post commenting or Pinterest following, but doing so will earn you more entries}

Good luck!  I’ll announce the winner next Monday, November 24th, on my Facebook page.


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I’m Alison, a literacy specialist. I love getting kids excited about reading and writing – and sharing teaching ideas with other teachers!

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