for families & caregivers
We're here to help you support your child’s success with Zearn Math.
Get to know Zearn
Zearn’s research-backed and evidence-based approach to math learning helps kids *get it.*
Kids learn math concepts from their teacher, in the classroom.
They log in to Zearn and are given the opportunity to practice, explore, and put those same concepts into use.
Math magic! The concept sticks and kids gain a deep understanding of math.
We offer resources to help families & caregivers learn more about how they can support math learning with Zearn.
Explore this 5-min video orientation to see how your child will learn in each of Zearn’s digital lessons.
Our Parent Packs offer step-by-step instructions to commonly asked questions about using Zearn.
Zearn Helpers are printable tip sheets to help your child independently work through their Zearn Math lessons.
Zearn Helpers are printable tip sheets to help you help your child with their math learning.
If your child's school is using Zearn, follow the instructions (and login information) sent home from school. Kids login, press start, and dive right into math learning. Don't know your child's username and password? Ask your child's teacher.
If your child isn't using Zearn at school, our Help Center provides the information you need to create an account for yourself and your child.
We’re a nonprofit, so we’re not driven by dollars. Everything we do, offer, and make has one goal: to help kids love learning math. Our core instructional content is (and will always be) completely free for students and teachers. We offer paid accounts for districts and schools that provide the flexibility and support to implement Zearn Math across a school or district.
Remind your child that making mistakes is how we learn! Encourage them to try their best. Zearn has built-in math help so students can get through tough problems!
Set and track goals. Studies show that completing Zearn Math lessons weekly alongside daily instruction leads to significant learning gains. Many teachers set weekly goals to help motivate student learning. Ask your child about their goal this week!
Celebrate progress. Kids earn “badges” for each lesson they complete. Ask them to show you! You can also reach out to their teacher for more information about their progress with Zearn Math.