To start using Happy Numbers at home, you first need to create a class with a class number (class code). If you are a parent and want your child to practice Happy Numbers at home, there are two ways to do so:

  1. If your child has a Happy Numbers account from school, please share this article with your child’s teacher:

How teachers can help students to use happy Numbers at home

Using login info from the teacher, your child can keep using Happy Numbers the same way it was used in the classroom from the point where he or she left off.

2. In case Happy Numbers was not used at school, create your own teacher account (we’re working to publish a Parent account soon):

  • Go to HappyNumbers.com
  • Click the “I’m a Teacher” button
  • Enter your email, name, and create a password
  • Choose your child’s grade level (if you have children of different grade levels, create a new class for each child). How can I add more than one class?
  • Add your child as a student (take note of the password)
  • Click the “Done” button
  • Check the “Getting Started Guide” for the class number

Kids can access Happy Numbers from any Internet-enabled device. To avoid glitches, check our technical requirements to choose the best option for you. To log in as a student:

  • Go to HappyNumbers.com
  • Click the “I’m a Student” button
  • Enter your class number (the device will remember this number so you won't have to enter it again)
  • Click on your child’s name/avatar and enter the password 

At first login, your child will take the Placement Test to determine the appropriate starting point in the curriculum. Don’t forget to turn the sound on! We have a significant human voice option in English and in Spanish. 

We recommend using Happy Numbers 15-20 minutes a day 4-5 days a week to keep your child’s progress on track. You can always check this progress in your “teacher” account - to learn more about data available in the teacher account, check out this article.

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