What grade/year levels does Sumdog cover?

On Sumdog we aim to cover a large percentage of your school's curriculum. We believe in offering all Elementary and Secondary students a chance to learn.

To help as many students learn through games we offer Sumdog to a wide range of grade/year levels for each of our Subjects:

 

Sumdog Mathematics Grade/Year Levels covered:

With the US Standards and Canadian Curriculum, we cover skills from Kindergarten to 8th Grade.

In the Scottish Curriculum, we cover Early to Third level skills (Nursery - Secondary 2).

With the English and Wales Curriculum, we cover Key Stage 1 to 3 (Year 1 - 9).

In the Northern Ireland Curriculum, we cover Levels 1 to 7 (Year 1 - 9).

With the Australian Curriculum, we cover the skills from Foundation to Year 8.

In the New Zealand Curriculum, we cover skills in Level 1 to 3 (Year 1 - 6).

With the Singapore Curriculum, we cover Primary 1 to Secondary 2 skills. This will include both the Normal and Express system curriculum for S1 and S2 students.

 

Sumdog Spelling Grade/Levels Covered:

With the US Standards, we cover Kindergarten to 6th Grade for Spelling.

In the Canadian Curriculum, we cover Grades 1 to 7.

With the Scottish Curriculum, we cover First to Third level skills (Primary 2 - Secondary 2).

In the English and Wales Curriculum, we cover Key Stage 1 to 2 (Year 1 - 6).

With the Northern Ireland Curriculum, we cover Foundation to Level 3.

In the Australian Curriculum, we cover the skills from Year 1 to 7.

With the New Zealand Curriculum, we cover skills in Level 1 to 3 (Year 1 - 6).

 

Sumdog Reading Grade/Levels Covered:

Currently, we only cover 3 main Standards/Curriculum but we aim to add more in the near future.

With the US Standards, we cover Kindergarten to 5th Grade.

In the English Curriculum, we cover Year 1 - 6.

With the Australian Curriculum, we cover the skills from Year 1 to 6.

 

If you are using the free version of Sumdog you will have access to Kindergarten to 5th grade skills (Year 1 to 6) for Mathematics. Here is how you can find out more about how you can get access to the additional grade/year levels for your school.

 

 

 

 

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