Teachley, LLC is an award-winning edtech company founded by expert teachers with PhDs in cognitive science and funded by the U.S. Department of Education and National Science Foundation. Teachley is transforming teaching and learning by helping schools and districts drive instruction and target interventions with games. Based on cognitive science research, Teachley’s apps focus on teaching important strategies shown to improve learning within fun and engaging games. To learn more, visit their WEBSITE.

Teachley is part of the Tech4Good: Home School Project and has donated approximately $144 in apps.


Teachley has donated the following apps for our giveaway:

  • Addimal Adventure
  • Mt. Multiplis
  • Fractions Boost

Teachley apps (giveaway)

Promo codes are available while supplies last, only available for the United States app store, and expire on May 10th, 2020.

Codes expire on May 10th and is redeemable only on the iTunes Store for United States. Requires an iTunes account, subject to prior acceptance of license and usage terms. To open an account you must be above the age of 13 and in United States. Compatible software and hardware, and internet access (fees may apply) required. Not for resale. Full terms apply; see www.apple.com/legal/itunes/ww/. For more information, see www.apple.com/support/. This app is provided to you by Teachley, LLC.

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  1. Would love these apps to work with my clients with special needs. I’m a speech therapist and this would help me to work on their language skills during mathematics activities

    1. That is wonderful! Always thrilled when I can help the special needs community. One thing, could you comment on the individual pages? It’s how I’m keeping the giveaway organized!

  2. This looks like a fun and engaging way to encourage my reluctant learner to try some new math skills! Thanks for this giveaway.

    1. Yes, I already had a comment from a parent of a reluctant math student that they are enjoying the apps. Can you help me out by commenting on the individual pages? It’s how I’m keeping the giveaway organized!

  3. I would love to use the apps with my students! The fractions app looks amazing!

    1. Yes, the fractions app does look great! And there are fewer apps for fractions and other more advanced math concepts.
      Also, could you comment on the individual pages? It’s how I’m keeping the giveaway organized!

  4. I would use the apps with my students for distance learning options.

  5. Would love a code please my girl needs all the help she can get being 3.5 years behind

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