SpringBoard is an annual K-5 math challenge that turns year-end math practice into a fun competition that any class can participate in.
SpringBoard helps your students collaborate and learn in out-of-the-box ways, which helps you make math fun for your class. And the fact they get to compete against other classes around the country? That’s just the cherry on top.
If you’re a new teacher, create a free SplashLearn account and set up your class. Existing SplashLearn teachers can just enroll and start playing.
Yes, just start playing and every problem your students answer will automatically begin counting toward your SpringBoard score.
All points your students earn (both during and after school hours) in the contest period will count toward your total class score.
The best performing classes win weekly prizes. The grand winners will be announced at the end of SpringBoard.
This year's challenge is unique—while there are no year-end assessments to prepare for, SpringBoard will help students collaborate, bridge learning gaps and help educators draw insights to inform their formative assessments.
SpringBoard is an annual math challenge that turns year-end math practice into a fun competition that any class can participate in. Your students get to work together as a class and compete against other classes around the country.
In this 10-week challenge, your students band together to practice math and climb to the top of the leaderboard. Doesn’t that sound like every teacher’s dream come true?
SpringBoard is designed to help your students polish their current grade skills and prepare for end-of-year tests. With hundreds of standards-aligned games to explore, you’ll not only keep your class engaged through the weeks, but also help them master the curriculum effortlessly!
With free SplashLearn subscriptions and Amazon vouchers worth $20,000 up for grabs, there’s something for everyone. Weekly prizes will be given to the best performing classes, both at the state and national level. At the end of 10 weeks, the top three classes will win the grand prize - Amazon gift vouchers worth up to $1000 each.
Find out why teachers around the world are super excited for this 10-week practice fest.
You can sign up and participate in SpringBoard 2022 any time between 1 March - 8 May.
We’d love to hear from you. Write to us at email@example.com with all your questions, concerns and feedback.
SplashLearn SpringBoard 2022 will run for 10 weeks from March 1 to May 8. You can enroll now to win special early bird prizes!
SpringBoard is open to all K-5 school teachers (with at least 5 students in a class) across the US & Canada. If you don't already have a SplashLearn teacher account, just sign up for one and enroll in the contest. Participation is completely free!
Online or in your classroom. Along with thousands of other classrooms. All you need is a SplashLearn teacher account and an enthusiastic class ready to make a splash.
You can use computers, tablets, or mobile devices to access SplashLearn.
Points are calculated at the student and class level, which means each student’s progress (both during and after school hours) contributes to the total class score. Each correct answer fetches 10 points. A streak of 5 correct answers earns a student 25 points, while a streak of 10 correct answers gets them 60 points.
"We have had enormous learning in these three or four weeks, we feel great about math – a confidence that will never leave us, and each of us is more than ready to go confidently into 3rd grade."
“Not that they needed any carrots for doing math on SplashLearn, but the fact that we got to the leaderboard was certainly a big motivation. My students love to check the class points and standing on the leaderboard every day, but most importantly (and whether they eventually win or not), they feel immense pride in their work.”
“There’s something about the program that really inspires them to try harder – so my entire class, with no exception, loves math now. Parents of my students are very impressed with the interest and love for math their kids show, even at home.”