Cashtivity Challenges are inquiry-based math lessons solving real world problems.
We've done the hard work for you to create a library of ready-to-go challenges. All Challenges are self driven and standards aligned.
What Cashtivity offers
Ready-to-use digital Challenges
- High quality project-based-learning lessons
- Integrates math concepts with authentic real-world situations
- Self-driven, with step-by-step guidance for application
- Aligned to Common Core State Standards
Interactive platform for teachers & students
- Enables class interaction & engagement
- Students: live poll results for collaborative decision-making
- Teachers: live data for better class facilitation
Overview of some of our Challenges
Browse the entire Challenge Library.
Middle school & high school math. Aligned to Common Core State Standards.
Get started in 3 simple steps
1. Pick a Challenge
Choose a standard or grade-specific Challenge from the library.
2. Bring it into class
Ready to try it with your students? Share the Challenge code.
Students sign up and join the Challenge online using the code.
3. It's live & fun
Complete the Challenge– students can collaborate in teams, or work at their own pace.
View student progress and answers live.
Pause the class to discuss or check for understanding.
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Hear what other teachers are saying
“The interface is easy to use... Our 7th grade students loved the tone and context in which problems were framed”
Wilson Tsang PHD, Cabrillo Middle School, Santa Clara, California
"We love Cashtivity and the work you do. You are creating exciting learning experiences. Our teachers are actively teaching with the Challenges bringing in real-world application and context!"
Meg Stowe, Director of Innovation, Rocky Hill School, East Greenwich, Rhode Island
Teachers rated the Cashtivity Challenges 9/10
Learn how Cashtivity improved student engagement and learning by using Challenges to supplement a STEM-based curriculum.
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