Which grades are the missions intended for ?
Mission are special activities unlocked by student through their progress.
However, the mathematical concepts at play correspond to about grade 6 at minimum. That said, nothing is stopping a grade 4 student from trying these activities!
How to log in a student account (1st and 2nd grade)?
1st and 2nd grade students will use a different access method than the one used by the teacher or students of other grade levels. The first time students log in, They have to choose, individually, an avatar that will serve as a gateway to each of ...
Here, the objective is to explore the different types of books available on your home page. This will help you find the content that meets your needs during the year. The map icon represents Brain Teasers. It is the book that contains Sonya's puzzles ...
What's the difference between sharing a collection and assigning activities?
Sharing a collection with students and assigning an activity are two very different things. A sent activity is one that is selected in the BOOKS section and then sent to the students. They will receive the activity in the ASSIGNMENTS section of the ...
What is the class code and how can I find it?
Students in 1st and 2nd grade, unlike those in higher grade grades, do not have passwords to log in to their profiles. Instead, they use a six-letter class code. For example: LUNOMU. Note that the code is the same for all students in the same group. ...
What are the differences between a school account and a family account?
A family account gives you access to the same Buzzmath content that you would find in a school account. We currently offer content for grades 1 to 8, aligned to TEKS and Common Core State standards. Besides a centralized login under the parent ...