Polymath gets students excited to practice maths in the classroom! How? It’s adaptive, giving each student the questions they need to focus on, and it’s fun without being distracting!
Polymath was made in collaboration with teachers and is designed to work for your classroom. Play together, independently, at the beginning of class or at the end.Sign up
We really enjoyed playing Polymath today! The kids are really excited to have a new maths game to play and compete with.
WOW! What an awesome game!!! The kids loved it and you'll see that they played 3 full games in total. They really enjoyed it. We loved it and they want to play it again tomorrow! :)
The kids loved it and begged to play more.
We loved the game. I have differentiated for my kids abilities and that worked beautifully.
It was pretty cool.
We loved it! Favourite thing for the learners was keeping the accuracy up and answering more questions than the previous round (goal oriented!!!) Thanks for creating it!
The class made us play 3 times as they loved it!
The students really enjoyed it. It's good how each question is matched to their ability.
The kids absolutely love Polymath. Great job making it engaging for the kids and an easy sell for teachers.
The children absolutely loved playing the games.
I introduced Polymath to three different classes this week. All the children really enjoyed the games and were impressed that it would give them questions to suit their learning.
The kids loved it, it was so easy to set up too.
The game was awesome, we spent a Friday afternoon playing it!! - Maths on a Friday afternoon - unheard of!
It was great. There was a lot of talk about what they found easy and challenging. I really liked the multi level choice of easy or hard.
I have really embraced Polymath since hearing about it last week. We have been using it everyday as a warm up for our multiplication lessons.
Polymath was great! My tamariki loved it and it was easy for them to use.
Hey! I’m Pol, your guide to everything Polymath and your students’ new maths mate! Here’s what makes Polymath a little different…
Polymath’s adaptive algorithm means each student gets the questions they need in order to improve. Whether ahead or behind, they’ll be able to learn at their own pace while still taking part in the class.
Collaborating with the whole class or working independently means students are focused on their own growth or the improvement of the whole team! Making Polymath a positive learning environment.
Share devices between students. Insightful reports. Quick to start. Set students in the same class to different levels. We made this for teachers, with teachers, and your feedback is constantly improving the app.
Choose your curriculum level
Add students to your classroom
Invite your students to the 321.plus website
Choose your topic and length of game
Go! Try to answer as many questions as possible as a class
Go to Relate, the teacher portal
See your students’ progress
Invite your students to practice on their own
Fun fact: the student app is called “321” because when we were working with schools, we needed a super short URL for kids to type! So… www.321.plus was born!
Polymath is a collaborative maths game with personalised questions for each student.
In a game, students connect to your classroom from their devices with a unique code. Once a game has started, the classroom has a fixed amount of time to answer as many questions as possible.
This is the website that children go to in class to access Polymath. We made it super short so that it's easy to type in.
Yes, as a teacher you can turn on independent play. This allows students to practice on their own. You’ll still be able to see their practice in the teacher app, Relate.
You can sign up for Polymath at relate.polymath.how and onboard your classroom right away.
Pretty much everything! Devices from Chromebooks to iPads can load up 321.plus and start practicing maths.
Our AI responds by looking at what questions each student got correct and incorrect, as well as other signals like how long the student took to answer. Based on this, your students will start seeing harder or easier questions. The AI in Polymath knows what topics depend on each-other, so for example a student struggling with skip counting won’t see multiplication questions until they’re ready.
We let you choose a starting point, mapped to the curriculum, for each student to let our AI know what kinds of questions to begin with.
Yes! You can send a unique code home with each student so they can practice at home. All the data is synced, so you’ll be able to see their practices as teachers.
Polymath in the classroom is completely free!
It’s always tricky to provide an age range because kids learn at different rates but our curriculum currently caters to elementary or primary school.
So, there are a couple of prerequisites for your students to properly enjoy the app (e.g. they need to be able to count to 100), but otherwise, any primary school student or student who needs to work on their foundations of maths can use it!
When students are connecting, they can pick multiple names for a single device. There’s no limit to the amount of students that can be on one device. When the game starts, each student is prompted when it is their turn to answer a few questions.
Our teacher app, Relate.
You can see everything from what questions your student gets stuck on, to how frequently they're playing, to what they're really good at, to their weekly progress.
We listen! We want your feedback. If you have some, please get in touch with us either at firstname.lastname@example.org or on our social media at the bottom of this page.