So much more than just a practise game, NumBots is a comprehensive maths platform to teach your child, with motivation built in!
Allow NumBots to take care of your child’s learning and you’ll see their confidence and ability in maths soar.
NumBots adopts the best teaching practises to take children from counting on their fingers, to adding and subtracting two digit numbers.
The programme compliments what your child is learning in school and focusses on securing any gaps in their knowledge before moving onto the next challenge. This self paced journey improves children’s confidence and means they are fully prepared to tackle each new topic.
We recommend playing for at least 3 minutes a day, 4 or 5 days a week. As NumBots is available to play on mobile devices via our app, as well as our play website, your child will be able to learn maths at home or on-the-go, whenever suits your family.
Children LOVE playing NumBots which means any difficulty getting them to practise maths will be long forgotten!
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Follow your child’s progress and join in the fun by logging into the parent area.
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Subscribe today or begin a four-week free trial for your whole school.
During the registration process, our system will recognise if your school already uses TT Rock Stars, meaning that users can login with the same details.
Invite colleagues to join the school's Maths Circle account and easily generate log in details for each pupil by uploading a single spreadsheet via out Pupil Uploader.
School using TT Rock Stars will have their classes set up already.
When they initially log in, pupils choose their own Bot before launching into 'Story' and 'Challenge' modes, where our algorithm takes care of their learning.
For most effective practice, we suggest playing for at leat 3 minutes a day, 4 or 5 times a week - at home or at school.
Statistics enable teachers to keep track of pupils' progress and usage across the school, whilst printable leaderboards and auto-populated certificates allow you to recognise and celebrate pupils' achievements in school.
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No, you don’t. If your child’s school has a subscription, then your child will be able to log in using the account their teacher has created for them.
Please ask your child’s teacher for their username and password/pin. We apologise that we are unable to give out children’s log in details for data protection reasons.
No, however we do offer family subscribers a full refund within the first 28 days if they aren’t entirely happy with the platform.
To cancel your subscription and claim your refund, please email the team at [email protected] within the first 28 days of your subscription.
Once you’ve completed the registration process, you should be automatically logged into your family’s account. If not, please go to play.numbots.com and log in using the email address and password that you provided when you subscribed.
Each family member signs in and plays via their own individual account so that we can log their progress and achievements, as well as grant appropriate permissions and access. Family plans typically include up to three child and two adult accounts.
To set up a child’s account, sign into your parental account, then go to Manage Users > New User > Add Child. Enter your child’s details, then click Save.
Once you’ve created their account, your child will be able to sign in from your family sign in page. Click Switch User to sign out of your parental account so that your child can sign in and start playing.
Absolutely! When you register for NumBots you can choose how many additional child accounts you would like. (Additional child accounts = £2.40 each per year.)
If you need to add more children part-way through your subscription, you can purchase additional child accounts at any time, which will be pro-rated to your subscription’s expiry date. Sign in to your parental account, then go to Subscription > Purchase more accounts.
Your subscription will expire automatically after 12 months, unless you choose to renew, so you don’t need to do anything.