SUPPORT Select your support preferences from the options below: Online Instructions Video Tutorials Email Ticket Live Chat Bottom Right Corner FAQ What devices/platforms does Boddle run on?Boddle currently runs on web browsers— particularly Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Safari — on laptops and Chromebooks.How do I get started with my students?After you have signed up as a teacher, created your classroom, and added your students, they may log into the game here using the username and password provided in the Student Management Page. For more help, visit the support page.What subjects and grades does Boddle provide?We currently have 1st to 4th grade mathematics with the goal of adding Kindergarten, 5th, and 6th by early February, 2020. Additionally, we plan on including more subjects such as phonics and science in the future.How much does Boddle cost?We are currently doing a 45-day free trials for teachers, and paid pilots for schools and districts. Please reach out to email@example.com for pricing on paid pilots.Is Boddle only for classrooms?Boddle is currently designed specifically for classrooms. If you are a parent and are interested in using Boddle for your child individually, please sign up here! We’ll notify you once our home version launches.Will Boddle run on my mobile device?Currently, Boddle will not run on mobile devices. However, we plan on launching Boddle on iOS and Android soon so stay tuned!Why is the company called Boddle?Boddle is named after our unique bottle-headed game characters that fill up as they learn. When their heads are filled up, they pour back out to water plants and trees! Boddles are designed to tell students: 1. To fill up on knowledge 2. To value themselves and others for the content of their character 3. That they have the power and ability to change their environment for the betterDoes Boddle have an initial diagnostic for students?Boddle runs constant diagnostics when students start playing the game, and gets students to the right level after a series of assessment items. You may override the curriculum by changing the level for individual students using the “Differentiate Learning” function, as well as through “Assignments”. For more information on how to do so, visit the support page.