Use today’s most popular video games as a vehicle for standards-based math instruction and raise student scores.

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Teach Math Skills Using the Video Games Students Know and Love

GamerMath™ provides a one-of-a-kind, engaging curriculum that uses gaming and esports as a vehicle for standards-based math instruction.

GamerMath is available in two options:

  • GamerMath (Aligned to Elementary Math Standards)
  • GamerMath² (Aligned to Middle School Math Standards)

A 60-hour standards-based math curriculum

Comprehensive data and reporting

Into-Through-Beyond instructional methodology

A gradual release of responsibility framework

Professional development and ongoing support



60-hours of Content


Video-Based Lessons


Self-Grading Quizzes








Teach standards-based math using the games students know and love

Our lessons are aligned to national math standards.

Unit 1:

Lines and Angles with Madden

Unit 2:

Multiplication with Pokémon

Unit 3:

Time and Money with Clash Royale

Unit 4:

Addition and Subtraction with Lego 2k Drive

Unit 5:

Fractions with Fall Guys

Unit 1:

Integers with FIFA

Unit 2:

Ratios with Rocket League

Unit 3:

The Number System with Mario Kart

Unit 4:

Percentages with Super Smash Bros

Unit 5:

Statistics and Probability with NBA2k

Unit 6:

Geometry with Minecraft

Unit 7:

Lines and Angles with Madden

5 Core Principles of GamerMath™

Culturally Responsive Teaching means being aware of the cultural backgrounds and experiences of your students and incorporating relevant examples and contexts into your math lessons.

Why it works:

  • Increases engagement; students love video games
  • Validates students’ intrinsic interests; elevates participation in their studies
  • Fosters positive student/teacher relationships

Gamer Math focuses on developing students' conceptual understanding of mathematics rather than just teaching procedural skills. Helping students understand why mathematical procedures work leads to better long-term retention.

Why it works:

  • Students analyze problems, make connections, and solve challenges rather than rely on rote memorization
  • Learners understand the “why” behind the math problems
  • Concepts that are more deeply understood are more likely to be retained for long periods of time

GamerMath uses visual aids, diagrams, and graphs to illustrate mathematical concepts. Visual representations can make abstract ideas more concrete and accessible.

Why it works:

  • Gaming visuals make math more exciting and enjoyable
  • Makes math ideas and concepts concrete for learners; they can “see” the math
  • Research has proven that visual representations improve long-term retention

GamerMath breaks down complex concepts into smaller, more manageable steps. Our curriculum gradually increases the complexity of problems as students gain confidence and competence.

Why it works:

  • Presents information in digestible chunks; breaks down complex math concepts into smaller, manageable steps
  • Incorporates problem-solving activities that gradually increase in complexity
  • Allows teachers to identify specific areas of struggle and provide additional guidance or resources to address those challenges

Show how mathematics is relevant to everyday life and real-world situations. Connecting math to practical applications helps students see its value.

Why it works:

  • Increases engagement and validates students’ intrinsic interests
  • Fosters positive student/teacher relationships
  • Shows real-world practicality of math
  • Helps students get better at their favorite games

Versatile Implementation Options

Supplemental Instruction
A “Hook” to Engage at the Start of a Unit
Summer School Programming
After School/Extended Learning
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