Engaging math curriculum for your entire class
— Christine Aguilar, Gifted Education Teacher K-5, Albuquerque Public Schools
Advanced & Engaging Curriculum
Your motivated students will love their new math challenge. Through a captivating comic-book format, elementary students develop real-life problem solving skills and deep conceptual understanding.
Adaptable to Your Classroom
Use Beast Academy in the way that fits your school and students. It can be set up as a full math curriculum or flexible enrichment resources that help you go above and beyond.
Easy to Implement
You have a lot on your plate. Beast Academy makes your job easier with educator training, robust report pages, chapter overviews, and a recommended flow for planning out your year.
Success Story: Des Moines Public Schools
Power up the accelerated math program, grades 2-5
11 of the district’s 38 elementary schools piloted the program
Students who participated in Beast Academy this spring had larger gains on Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) tests than the past fall.
— Jolene Teske, Supervisor of Gifted and Talented Education
— Erin Lamichhane, Gifted Teacher, Alpine School District
Perfect for any classroom structure or learning style! Ask about our product options — Beast Academy Online or the Books-Online pairing.
Why Beast Academy?
Through productive struggle, elementary students develop the perseverance and problem solving skills to overcome obstacles in school and in life.
With problem solving comes creativity, collaboration, and freedom to figure out tough problems in ways that make sense to each student.
The earlier we introduce students to thought-provoking curriculum, the easier it is to learn and retain. Students develop greater learning capacity each year, compounding their ability for growth.
We designed the curriculum we wish we had growing up — one that is truly engaging, rigorous, and comprehensive. It’s focused on higher-order reasoning skills, not drills and memorization.
Teachers & Students Know Us Best
— Jill Solomon, Director of Studies, Oakwood School
– Kathryn Veldhuizen, Head of School, Acton Academy
– Julie Miller, Gifted and Talented Teacher, St. Anthony-New Brighton School District
– Lisa Friend-Kalupa, Advanced Learning Specialist, Madison Metropolitan School District
– Diana Castellanos, Teacher, Madison Metropolitan School District
– Jen Gruber, 5th Grade Teacher