Quizzes and Riddles
A Smart Way for Students to Boost Knowledge

Don't limit your kids to a syllabus. Let them think, discover and get mastery.

Quiz Competition of the Day
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To Face




To Pass

How does Learn@Me! work?

Bring everything for children to be engaged and mastery!

How Parents Can Help to Build The Smartness?



Sign up and connect to your dashboard



Explore hundreds of quizzes and assign them


Track Progress

Handy report card guide you to help your children


Children will make the learning time an adventure



Logging to dashboard and play assigned quizzes by parents



Earn star points, certificates, badges, and more



Your child will improve skills and knowledge with fun

Thousands of parents started using as a homework assignment app with trust
and millions of children improving skills and knowledge

Nothing to Wait, Try Yourself!
  • Are quizzes helpful in education?

    Yes, Iowa State University research has shown that students who are using quizzes as class materials at least once a week perform better than students who did not take quizzes. In addition to that, a senior faculty member in Iowa State University's Department of Psychology mentioned that he believed frequent quizzes help students better grasp classroom material.

  • Are quizzes help students to concentrate?

    When children are reading educational materials, books, watching an educational video, or listening to a lesson, they often fail to grab their attention. But when they are playing a quiz, they should keep their mind on what they are doing. Facing more and more quizzes improves their concentration.

  • Are quizzes help to build confidence?

    At Learn@Me quizzes, students have to face 10 questions and achieve 100 points from each quiz. Imagine, the first time they play a quiz and get 60%. Then again, they can learn more and try 2 more times. At these attemps they will get over 90%. Isn't it they build thier confidence?

    As a teacher/parent you can assign quizzes for children/students. The Leanr@Me report card will give you better idea on how thier knolwadge and progress. The report card will help you to lead your child to correct direction. Isn't it build your confidence on your child/student?

Success Stories

Real Stories from Real Users

I am Joanne and a doctor. I always busy with patients, but I wanted to make sure my child is spending time at home effectively.

I connected to the learnatme.com dashboard and assigned some quizzes to my child.

He is practicing quizzes, earn points, certificates, badges, and learn with fun.

I am still at the office with patients, but I can connect to the learnatme.com dashboard to see how my little one performing with quizzes.

Dr. Joanne, Chicago, Illinois

Contact me if anyone needs to know more drjoanned@gmail.com

I am Adom work in Canada, but my family living in Texas. As a caring father, I always wanted to engage with my child in her education.

I connected to the learnatme.com dashboard and assign some quiz activities to her.

Yeah!!! She is practicing quizzes well, earn points, certificates, and badges.

Even I am in Canada, I connect to the learnatme.com dashboard and see how she is improving her skills. I assign more and more quizzes focusing on the areas she has to improve yet.

Adom, Houston, Texas

Contact me if anyone needs to know more adoms1982@gmail.com

How to Success?
Best Practices to make it a successful investment

Don't Skip Quizzes

Even if the quizzes are easy it's important to solve because continued exercises help to improve your knowledge and brainpower more and more. Quizzes will build your skills and knowledge step-by-step.

20 Minutes a Day

Don't let them spend a long time on screen. Just 20 minutes a day enough time to gain skills, knowledge, and keep their brain fresh. Use our offline activities to spend effectively the rest of the time.

Don't Push to Overdo!

Yes, it looks easy to complete all at once and we can imagine the reaction, but that's not work because too much push can significantly decrease student's interest. Do continuously and consistently.