Testimonials

We are using DreamBox to fill gaps in understanding and provide foundational number sense for all our K-4 students. We love how intuitive and easy it is to use.

Dr. Maria Manzola, Principal
Rose Hill Elementary

Dreambox has been a critical component of math RTI for our English Learners.

Cynthia White, Principal
Cleveland Elementary School

DreamBox provides great concept based math learning and a good foundation of number sense. Our contact teachers appreciate how easy it is to see exactly how each child is progressing.

Diane Neal, Online Curriculum Supervisor
Idaho Distance Education Academy

DreamBox is so visual that it provides kids with different ways of looking at concepts and promotes a deeper understanding of the concepts rather than just memorization.

Deborah Miller, Elementary RtI Coordinator
Mt. Health City Schools

After just 3 months on DreamBox I have noticed that almost 2/3 of our kindergartners this year are already completing 1st grade math content. That’s impressive!

Dave Stevens, Technology Specialist
Gilford Elementary

As a technology specialist, DreamBox on the iPad makes my job so much easier. When I know that even our kindergartners can easily access, login and manipulate engaging and rigorous instructional content on their own, I know it’s going to be a successful program.

Dave Stevens, Technology Specialist
Gilford Elementary

A higher interest in math is probably the greatest outcome above and beyond scores.

Cynthia White, Principal
Cleveland Elementary School

DreamBox has helped my teachers bridge the transition to the Common Core by highlighting the mathematical knowledge and understandings needed by our students.

Colleen Shields, Principal
Valentine Elementary School

The DreamBox reports are excellent! My teachers appreciate the progress reporting details that help them to understand exactly where each student is proficient and has reached conceptual understanding.

Colleen Shields, Principal
Valentine Elementary School

DreamBox supports my teaching by “filling in gaps” that they may have in knowledge. As a Kindergarten teacher, students come with a wide variety of skills and on vast different levels. It also helps give students an interactive game that is aligned to the Common Core that I can have them do independently while I rotate teaching math in small, flexible groups

Christine Jimenez, Bilingual Kindergarten Teacher
Oberle Elementary School