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Thanks to donations, our entire K-5 math curriculum - including over 400 hours of digital lessons with on-screen teachers - is available for free during this time. Kids, teachers, parents, and caregivers can directly access all of our top-rated content 24/7, outside of school, including paper-based materials that can be used without a device.
Below are resources to support parents/caregivers with helping their student use Zearn Math at home.
In this 30-minute session, we walk through each step to getting you and your student set up and working on Zearn. At the end of each session, we answer frequently asked questions. Access the recorded webinar on our Hybrid Learning Page.
Helping your student log in
If your student already has a Zearn account that they use at school: Navigate to https://www.zearn.org/ and sign in with their username and password. Reach out to your student's teacher if you don't have their credentials.
Orient your student to Zearn Math
Now that your student can log in, it's important to take a few minutes to orient them to Zearn Math. We recommend watching the video below, and then logging in and doing the first lesson together. Make sure they have scrap paper and a pencil handy.
Persevering through struggle
Once you've oriented your student to Zearn Math and they've started working through Digital Lessons you may find them asking you for help with a problem. It's important to note that Zearn Math has built-in remediation, and if your student is struggling or gets an answer wrong, they'll immediately experience content designed to help them understand and overcome the challenge. Just remind them that it's ok to get an answer wrong, we're always learning and growing our brains!