Adapted Mind


What They Say: Our K-6 curriculum is research-based, common core aligned, and comprehensive - with over 300,000 math problems and explanations. But even better, students will feel like they're playing a game.

Quick Review: "AdaptedMind is very thorough. In each grade level, skills are broken down to their smallest parts for students to practice, and each grade level has dozens of skills for students to choose from. However, the website does not make it clear how these skills are aligned to standards (Common Core State Standards, NCTM standards, etc.). The major drawback of this website is the design. While the badges are beautiful, the fonts and page layouts are clunky. In fact, some of the text on the page could be mistaken for ads. The fonts are also troublesome when it comes to completing the practice problems - it can be difficult to tell a variable X from a multiplication symbol. Many word problems have multiple boxes for students to fill in with values, but it can be unclear exactly what they are supposed to do. Overall, for adaptive math practice in elementary and middle school, you're better off using one of the many alternatives. " (CommonSense Education)

Cost Range: Under $10/month

Device Compatibility: Web-Based

Can it be used by kids independently? Yes

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About Liz Oertle
Denver, CO
Liz Oertle is the CEO and co-founder of Nanno. A recovering attorney and mother of two, she is passionate about helping parents connect with high quality childcare on demand.