Our State Story Problem Challenge (an Algebra Challenge event) is taking place again this fall (we are aiming for October). We are interested in partnering with organizations that can publicize and run Algebra Challenges on a state and country-wide level. If you believe you are in a position to do this, please contact us!

We have a lot of plans for this upcoming challenge, based on parents and teacher feedback during our successful Spring 2016 event, which was mentioned in the Seattle Times, and extended for a week due to popular demand. The teacher copilot software is currently limited to our Algebra Challenge events and select times during the year, but you can try a demo of Riddle Books right now! Read more about our Spring Challenge here.

Our current structure uses Riddle Books, which is presently optimized for grades 3 - 7. Students of all levels and grades with an interest in math are welcome, however! There is no limit to how much time each student can use to play during this period, but we recommend at least 2 hours of game play spread throughout the challenge period. This is usually enough time to complete the game, even without any knowledge of pre-algebra. Take as much time you need; this is not a race!

Private schools, home school groups and math clubs are also invited.

Get Involved!

We are interested in partnering with organizations that can publicize and help us run our fall statewide Algebra Challenge. Will you help?

Potential partners, let's chat!

The Software

Free Riddle Books and Teacher Copilot software work on any recent web browser. If you can access a PC, Mac or Chromebook - you're set!

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About Algebra Challenge

Improve curriculum specialization in order to enable every student in the classroom to achieve mastery, not just a subset.

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