We are Boddle!
Hi and welcome to Boddle, an educational game that helps teachers and parents deliver math to their K-6 students in a way that brings out their natural love for learning and allows each student to excel at their own pace.
We believe that the recipe for student success is solid character and the spirit of lifelong learning; and educators (parents and teachers) are the key to making that happen in an academic environment.
Today’s Classroom Reality
How We Help
From experience, we’ve learned that educational technology products are most effective when they can keep students engaged while providing tools that are easy and helpful to educators as well. That’s why we’ve created a game-based learning platform that engages students while empowering educators at the same time!
We’re a team of game designers, educators, and developers who have spent years working together to build fun & interactive learning environments, and we’re passionate about coming alongside you and championing your efforts to help your kids master math skills.
Boddle is made up of:
a) a fun game environment for students to interact with practice and assessment materials, and
b) a platform for educators and parents that helps them assign learning materials through the game, monitor progress, and generate real-time reports. Boddle also helps educators assess each students academic level and provides an easy way to tailor instruction to meet individual student needs.
Overall, Boddle is extremely fun for students and helps teachers identify the kids that need the extra support without needing to do excessive paperwork.
What Device Do I Need To Run Boddle?
Boddle is currently available on web browsers via a Chromebook or Laptop. The Boddle app for iPad, tablets, and mobile users is also available on the Apple App Store.
What Does Boddle Mean?
Boddle (bottle) represents our mission to develop character and the spirit of lifelong learning within our youth. Just like how you’d fill a bottle up with stuff, and value a bottle by the contents on the inside, we tell students, through gameplay, to fill their heads up with knowledge. It also shows students not to judge others by what they look like on the outside, but value people for who they are on the inside.
In the game, we feature unique bottle-headed avatars for students.
What happens when you’ve filled up to the brim?
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