Since students can access Happy Numbers from any Internet-enabled device (even a smartphone!) you just need to follow these simple steps to ease the challenge of transitioning to online instruction. They can start learning remotely today to ensure they don’t fall behind -- in just 15 minutes a day, 4 times a week.

Don’t have an account yet? Happy Numbers is offering free access for the rest of the school year!

If you have a Happy Numbers teacher account (NOT via Clever)

  • Download the Parent Letter (English or Spanish)

  • Log into your Happy Numbers teacher account

  • Click the "Getting Started" button in the upper right corner

  • Click the "Share passwords with students
    or their parents" or "Download All Passwords as PDF
    and share all at once by email"

Students will enter the Happy Numbers curriculum at the point they last left off, and you can keep monitoring their progress on the teacher dashboard. 

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If you have a Happy Numbers teacher account  (via Clever)

If your students have access to Clever from home, they need to click the Dino icon in their Clever account to continue with Happy Numbers from the point they last left off. 

If your students cannot access Clever from home, here is another login option:

  • Download the Parent Letter (English or Spanish)

  • Log into your Happy Numbers teacher account through Clever

  • Click the "Roster" button

  • Click the "Print passwords" button and save the PDF to your computer

  • Share the student passwords and "Parent Letter" PDFs with parents

Students will enter the Happy Numbers curriculum at the point they last left off. You’ll still be able to track student progress in your teacher account through Clever.

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Check out these other articles on how to track student progress and get the most of using Happy Numbers at home:

How to use the activity stream?

How can Weekly targets help to track students progress?


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