Our mission is to empower children with mathematics. We cover from counting through Algebra and accept students of all ages. The curriculum is delivered via gamification, think "Angry Birds" but for mathematics. We help with mathematics anxiety through coaching.
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We examine the effectiveness of the Elephant Learning Platform for teaching mathematics. From 2017-2022, Elephant Learning has had over 140,000 students come through their proprietary math learning system. We analyzed the data within the database to get a large sample of students to determine effectiveness.Download
We examine the effectiveness of the Elephant Learning Platform for teaching mathematics. From 2017-2022, Elephant Learning has had over 140,000 students come through their proprietary math learning system. We have gone through the case study data already published on the website to provide a cross-sectional examination of the data.Download
Riley is an 11 year old that struggled with mathematics. In just 6 months, not only did Riley go from a 3rd grade level to Algebra, but she gained confidence in mathematics as well. Learn more by downloading the case study above.Download
Jack is a four year old that is now doing fractions In just 6 months, Jack went from counting to understanding equivalent fractions.Download
Eight-Year-Old Woodrowe learns 3 years of mathematics Eight-year-old Woodrowe came into our system at about grade level and advanced 3 years over the course of five months. He is now working with advanced concepts such as functions and Algebra.Download
29 students in a refugee after school program in Tulsa, OK. Data was analyzed, recommendations for changes to the Elephant Learning system were analyzed and implemented including feedback to teacher about interventions.Download
Within six months of playing on Elephant Learning, Chyanne was hooked. More importantly, she was understanding the language of mathematics and rapidly building her skills. In this short time, Chyanne went from being behind most of her peers in terms of mathematical understanding to surpassing many of them.
Yalitza has empowered her daughters with “a strong foundation” in math — something she wished she had as a child. She’s now able to create math-related activities for her kids that are enjoyable. She isn’t stuck teaching lessons that intimidate her. She’s not letting her own negative experiences influence her daughters any longer. She’s replacing those seeds of anxiety with lasting, positive math experiences. She’s found a way to help her daughters “thrive in this very important subject.”
Before Kaustubha started playing on Elephant Learning, “I knew he was already behind in math for his age,” says Divya. Elephant Learning started assessing Kaustubha’s math concept skills by introducing various types of games.He had the same math concept mastery as a 4-and-a-half-year-old.So the Elephant Learning app adjusted to this baseline.
Which scenario would you rather find yourself in? Being asked, “What is 5 times 4?” or “Why does 5 times 4 equal 20?” There’s a reason teachers go through extensive educational training before they attempt to teach math to others. But what if you could do it yourself – at home?
Elephant Learning was what Heather was looking for and exactly what Kaden needed. Gamification provided the differentiation and engagement Kaden required, and the algorithms driving the program ensured that he mastered the four skills he was missing and continued to build on those foundations.
The Elephant Learning app assessed Penelope’s math skills using engaging math games. Based on her first few games, the app determined Penelope had the equivalent math skills of a 4-year-old.The app then provided Penelope with math games that were appropriate for her existing math skills, making the playtime easy and fun. As she began to master those math skills, the app began introducing more challenging concepts for her to learn.Along the way, Harlow could log in to Elephant Learning and see the data insights she was so desperately craving. She could see which math concepts Penelope had already mastered, and which ones she was still struggling to learn.That made Harlow’s job easier.
Needless to say that the Elephant Learning app exceeded all of Paris’ expectations. Confirming Paris' concerns, Trent, Garet, and Trevor tested below their age groups when they began using the app.However, within just six months of using the app, all three boys' progress showed an understanding of mathematics that far exceeded their peers. They leveraged the fun and challenge of the math games for kids, designed to aid in mastering math concepts, as they continued to move through the learning sequence. When Trent first tried Elephant Learning, he had an Elephant Age of 6.3 years. In just six months, he had gained 3.1 years of mathematics and was testing at 10.4 years. Garet's progress was even more remarkable. Within the six months, he had gained 3.5 years of mathematics. Even four-year-old Trevor gained just over two years' worth of mathematics understanding!
Both children loved Elephant Learning. It offered the differentiation required by both Lee and Delilah, and the non-threatening, adaptable approach that allowed both children to excel. Lee was no longer terrified of learning new concepts. Delilah found help and success without the perceived risk of having to put herself out there as she might in her traditional classroom. The program also gave Mom the time to spend with both of her children.
When Izy started with Elephant Learning, she was more than five years behind other students her age in terms of understanding mathematics. But in just six short months, she had caught up by an additional 2.4 years! Izy wasn’t just gaining ground in understanding math. Elephant Learning was also restoring her love of school. Her anxiety and frustration over math were disappearing, and she was once again back on track for graduation.
Math tends to be like mental gymnastics: it exercises your mind. Children who are doing more math are practicing mental skills more often; just like you might practice a simple skill like chewing gum and walking at the same time, children can practice counting while holding a number in their head.When she started Elephant Learning, Brooke lagged behind most of her peers.
Catherine’s gamble worked. The games in Elephant Learning immediately engaged both Zoey and George in math homework. Better yet, both children immediately found success with the program. George is now performing at a math age that is beyond most of his peers, and Zoey is quickly catching up. In just six months, George gained 2.5 Elephant Years in math, while Zoey gained 1.8 years!
It turned out that Hannah was right. Annabelle was not reaching her full potential in the classroom setting. When Annabelle started with Elephant Learning, she was a full two years behind other children her age. Within just six months of using the app, Annabelle had surpassed her peers and gained over three years in mathematics!
Zara never wanted to go inside, especially for math homework. But her mom found the perfect game that made math just as fun as playing outside.
Learn how Shannon broke the stigma of a win/lose when it comes to math, and showed her kids how they can improve no matter where they start.
How does this math games app uncover a student's positive growth mindset? Read more to find out Julia's journey with Elephant Learning!
Find out Katie’s realization when she brought the magic of Elephant Learning into her household. Hint: it didn’t just help her kids.
Learn why visual tools like Elephant Learning are appropriate and effective for teaching math to students with disabilities.
Makayla’s positive attitude got her a great start-- and now, Elephant Learning pushed her to the finish line.
Discover the math homework help app that brought Sarah the freedom to relax and her daughter the independence to do math on her own!
Discover how Jamie's kids started learning math with Elephant Learning, shifted their mindsets, and ended up having their weekends back to do what they love!
Discover how Amber found the perfect math app for her daughter, even during their family’s financial turmoil.
Here’s how Stephanie found the best resource for her son, even as his teachers were still maneuvering virtual learning.
Learn how grandparent and caregiver Debra taught 6 children an average of 2 years of math in just 7 months with Elephant Learning.
The results were everything Melissa imagined and more! In just the first six months of using Elephant Learning, the five children who used the app, all made remarkable progress. They were soon doing math at or near their grade level. Elephant Learning provided the extra help in delivering mathematics that Melissa needed but also delivered on its promise to ensure users would gain at least one year's worth of math in six months. Several of Melissa's children, including Benjamin and Ivy, gained well over two years' worth of math!
Sherri’s daughter might not have struggled with math concepts, but she did need more confidence in her abilities. Learn how she got it.
Finding resources for homeschooled children is a challenge for many families. For military families living overseas, however, it can be insurmountable. Four-year-old Amelia and two-year-old Evelyn’s mom joined a small homeschool group on the base. However, most of the children were older, so the shared resources the group offered were not age-appropriate. Their mom also tried to locate local and online resources but found very few were available in English. The girls’ close relationship also posed a bit of a problem when it came to homeschooling. “Amelia has trouble focusing for more than a few minutes at a time,” says mom, “and Evelyn only shows interest when Amelia is doing work with her.”
Learn why kids need visual games to understand subtraction and other math concepts.
Christina’s tears at math time fueled her mom to find anything that would help. She realized her daughter wanted to excel past the frustration and anxiety and finally learn mathematics. After reading reviews and case studies about the success that other students with learning disabilities had on Elephant Learning, Christina’s mom decided to sign her up.
Elephant Learning helped Senna and Talaia understand mathematical concepts and begin to learn and excel in a way that neither Tani nor their teachers had been able to. Suddenly they were finding success with mathematics, an achievement that could eventually lead to confidence in all aspects of their academics and life.Within just six months of starting the program, Senna had gained 1.2 years of math, while Talaia had gained 1.4 years. Both girls were now almost on par with their peers in their understanding of mathematics.
Playing three days a week for a few weeks boosted Hailee’s mathematics understanding. She is happily closing the mathematics gap — without the anger or anxiety. Her mom adds, “She no longer hates math. When I ask her to get her math finished, she says OK!”
According to her parents, “Nothing has compared with her experience on Elephant Learning.” Over the month of August, Zara picked up more mathematics concepts than she had on any other platform. After her first test in September, she told her parents, “I don’t know what Elephant Learning did, but look at that!” She passed her first math test in years!
Kyle’s first assessment indicated what his mom already knew — Kyle was below grade level in his mathematic abilities. But within a month’s time, he advanced to his actual age plus a few years! The whole family is excited for Kyle to return to school with more confidence and mathematics knowledge!
Jenny tried everything to help her daughter Ambrosia succeed, and finally found something that stuck.
Discover how Hannah learned math by strengthening her memory using online math games.
The U.S. education system is failing kids. Learn how Elephant Learning’s education system can provide math skills for life.
Learn why Elephant Learning is an effective kids’ math program for any age.
Uncover how Jessica helped her three girls improve their math skills while navigating that crazy remote learning using an awesome math accelerator.
Emma's eagerness to learn was evident in every other facet of her life. She loves to read and play the piano and is an active community volunteer. Mathematics was the only thing holding her back academically. That kind of damage to a child's self-esteem, though, can be insidious. It can make them question their intelligence and even their capabilities in other areas, which can lead to poor academic results across the board. Learning to "hate" math can exacerbate this problem. Using a gamification approach, Elephant Learning allows students to become excited and engaged by math, which in turn encourages them to keep trying until they understand and find success.
Discover an effective and lasting way to teach math to kids who struggle with ADHD or learning disabilities.
To their mom’s surprise, all the kids loved playing on Elephant Learning. The games were intriguing and attention-grabbing. Mabel, who struggled retaining new concepts was having more “aha” moments. Concepts were clicking faster and easier. All along, Abner and Zoya were finding it easier to read and understand math without their dyslexia reducing their performance. The game structure meant less reading math problems, and more hearing them for Abner. On the other hand, number visualization helped reduce number errors for Zoya.
With Elephant Learning, Courtney received the extra help she needed to understand mathematics, and Will found the challenge he required. For a girl who loves both technology and animals, Elephant Learning was the perfect fit for Courtney. The animal avatars and the gamification engaged her. She was hooked. In just six months, Courtney gained over two years’ worth of math and is well on her way to catching up to her peers. Will gained almost four years’ in the same period. With the help of the Math Matters scholarship, the siblings are continuing to improve.
Being diagnosed with ADHD, depression, and general anxiety disorder is a lot to take on as a kid. John’s mom did whatever she could to support her son, especially in school. She decided to pull him from the traditional setting to give him extra attention through homeschool. However, the transition was challenging. John’s mom felt ill-equipped to teach mathematics. Plus, she struggled to find the correct balance of medications that would help John focus while learning. On top of trying to manage four other kids, the situation was incredibly stressful. Everything seemed hopeless to help John live up to the amazing potential she knew her son had.
Over time, Connor has learned coping skills to study without stress. He plays on Elephant Learning frequently and learns quickly while his parents enjoy watching him excel academically.
Kenesha’s disability didn’t stop her from giving her daughter the best resources for math possible. Click here to learn what she did.
You might have heard “sit still” to your child, but we’ll never tell you that. Read on to learn how Jennifer did it right.
Discover how kids with ADHD and advanced learners both use Elephant Learning as their preferred math accelerator program.
Moms on a budget can rely on Elephant Learning to teach kids who are behind in math.
Learn how a single mom took hold of ADD and her three sons’ struggles and turned it into a solution that saved them all stress!
Learn how a mother of 5 used Elephant Learning’s math games for kids to homeschool her daughters at all different math-levels
Read how a mom of seven kids is relying on Elephant Learning to help her start homeschooling her kids in math.
To Alyssa’s relief, Jacy “Loves the selection of games, especially the ones with her favorite animals.” Jacy’s tears at math time stopped. Plus, Alyssa is pleased that Jacy never needs reminding to practice mathematics. The games keep her learning but provide entertainment to keep it fun. She loves how the avatars grow up as they advance and enjoy their characters. In Alyssa’s words, “They never get bored.”
“Ryan now has the strong determination to rise above and step into his purpose.” - Mom
Find out how Marsha’s decision in bringing Elephant Learning to her three kids changed their relationship to math.
Learn how to effectively teach math in a homeschooling or distance learning environment, even for children with behavioral or learning disabilities.
Elephant Learning adjusted the math games for Brooklyn to meet her at her comfort level, which was at the 9-year-old level when she started. Brooklyn didn’t know that her skills were at that age level, but the app did. Brooklyn didn’t need to feel ashamed about being “behind.” Shame is never a healthy motivator, which is why the Elephant Learning statistics are stored where a parent can review them privately.
Discover how parents mistakenly instill math anxiety in kids and how Elephant Learning can help parents and kids overcome it.
Discover how Gabriel’s remote learning blues were overcome with a small but mighty math game.
Discover what made these two dysgraphic brothers who were struggling in math help each other excel.
A failed test was the breaking point, but Elizabeth found the fix to lasting success.
Learn how to teach kids to think mathematically using Elephant Learning math games online.
Discover how this one special kids math program helped elevate the math numbers without taking time away from these boy's dance competitions.
Rizza and her family know what it’s like to struggle, but they wouldn’t let math get them. Learn how their daughter learned a year of math in a month.
Dillon’s math skills went from basic addition to complex word problems for children his age. Now, math is his favorite subject, and it has made teaching math so much easier and enjoyable for Alise.
“Charlie and Victoria’s comprehension of math increased tremendously,” says their mom. Playing on Elephant Learning five days a week for several weeks filled in their knowledge gaps. Both kids are on the road to mathematic success at their new school.
Melissa was able to offer her three sons the support they needed, even in a rural, minimally-funded public school. Read on to learn her secret.
Samantha’s investment in Elephant Learning had an immediate payoff. With a targeted, gamified approach to teaching mathematics, it took the fear of failure out of the equation for both children. Within six months of using the app, both children had regained much of the ground they had lost in the public-school system terms of their mathematics learning. Shiya gained two and a half years’ worth of mathematics, and Colby gained over three years!
Learn how Autumn relied on Elephant Learning as a cost-effective teaching tool for her two sons with ADD, autism, and a behavioral disorder.
Now, Kaelyb is using the Elephant Learning app five days a week for as much as an hour per day, logging in first thing in the morning. He loves all the games and challenges himself to dedicate as much time as possible to the app, playing on it every day instead of just the recommended three times per week. Nicole loves the app because, while Kaelyb is having a fun time playing games and learning math concepts, she’s receiving charts that give her a good indication of his struggle areas so she can then personally work with him on those concepts.
Persehyas and Elaina were struggling, both with different math issues. With Christina’s help, their math grades went from failing to flying high!
Celina progressed from an elephant age of 4.2 years to 8.2 years in about two months! But more importantly, Celina applies what she learns and understands numbers in a way that she couldn’t last month. Her mom adds, “I’m thrilled with the progress that she’s made in such a short period of time. Now I’m going to really start pushing the two older children!”
The Elephant Learning app did not disappoint. When Charlize first started with Elephant Learning, she had an Elephant Learning age of just 3.5 years, over two years lower than most of her peers. Within six months, Charlize had gained over two years of work of math and had surpassed many of her peers. Makayla and Alexis had similar results, gaining one year and almost two years, respectively!
In addition to helping all three children with their math lessons, Elephant Learning managed to engage even a reluctant learner like Liam. It also alleviated the stress of delivering math lessons to six homeschooled children, for busy mom Stephanie.
Cameron’s success with Elephant Learning has confirmed his aunt’s assessment of her nephew’s natural intelligence. It has also accomplished the goal of putting Cameron’s mathematical abilities on par with his peers. Within a few short months, Cameron had mastered necessary mathematical skills and was challenging himself to do more.
Learn how Elephant Learning builds kids math confidence by making their mistakes less scary.
This app for math word problems helped Kim work from home full-time, while still giving her kids the math education they needed to thrive. Read her story here!
Alana loves math, so when her parents signed her up for Elephant Learning she immediately loved the program. It has piqued her interest and gives her feedback on where she can grow. Learning at her own pace helps caters to her individual needs and allows her to enjoy school with ease. Her younger brother even loves learning more math and playing with his sister!
After being let go, Ana decided there was a better way for her son to learn math. Discover what app worked for him… and for her.
After only a month playing on Elephant Learning, Riley was able to boost his understanding of algebraic operations by a year and a half! Merryn was able to improve her ability to do fractions and has learned almost two years of math understanding in two months! Though Riley is no longer playing, Merryn continues to and is starting to tackle exponents and negative numbers. In fact, Merryn’s Elephant Age has surpassed her actual age, meaning she’s beginning to learn math concepts ahead of her class!
Your child will learn at least 1 year of mathematics over the course of the next 3 months using our system just 10 minutes/day, 3 days per week or we will provide you a full refund.