You can easily create whiteboard lessons by selecting any problem from any of Moby’s K-8 curriculum, creating your own problems, or by selecting existing problems created by our shared community.

  1. After signing in to your teacher account, select “Interactive Class."
  2. Click the "Whiteboard Activities" button.
  3. Click the "Create New Lesson" button.
  4. Choose the “Create a new lesson” radio button.
  5. Click “Next."
  6. Select the subject, grade level, and give your lesson a name.
  7. Click "Add New Problem."
  8. Choose the "Select problem from MobyMax curriculum" radio button.
  9. Click "Next."
  10. Select the subject, grade level, lesson, and skill.
  11. Click "Add" to include the questions in your whiteboard activity.
  12. Click “Save."


How to create your own custom whiteboard lesson:

  1. After signing in to your teacher account, select “Interactive Class."
  2. Click the "Whiteboard Activities" button.
  3. Click the "Create New Lesson" button.
  4. Choose the "Create a new lesson" radio button.
  5. Click “Next."
  6. Select the subject, grade level, and give your lesson a name.
  7. Click "Add New Problem."
  8. Choose the "Create new problem" radio button.
  9. Click “Next."
  10. Write the problem text. You can add an image by clicking the "Attach" link.
  11. Select “Multiple choice” or “Fill in the blank.”
  12. Fill in your answer choices. Be sure to select a correct answer for multiple choice questions.
  13. Click “Save."
  14. Click “Create New Problem” to add another problem to the session. Repeat as desired.
  15. Click “Save" when you are finished.


How to create a whiteboard lesson using problems from our shared community:

  1. After signing in to your teacher account, select “Interactive Class."
  2. Click the "Whiteboard Activities" button.
  3. Click the "Create New Lesson" button.
  4. Choose the "Create a new lesson from pre-existing lesson" radio button.
  5. Click “Next."
  6. Use the tabs at the top to see the shared community of lessons from other teachers.
  7. Click "Clone" on any lesson you wish to copy.
  8. Click the "Problems" tab to pick which problems to keep or delete.
  9. Click "Save."


You can easily create whiteboard lessons by selecting any problem from any of Moby’s K-8 curriculum, creating your own problems, or by selecting existing problems created by our shared community.

  1. After signing in to your teacher account, select “Tools."
  2. Click the "Whiteboard Activities" button.
  3. Click the "Create New Lesson" button.
  4. Choose the “Create a new lesson” radio button.
  5. Click “Next."
  6. Select the subject, grade level, and give your lesson a name.
  7. Click "Add New Problem."
  8. Choose the "Select problem from MobyMax curriculum" radio button.
  9. Click "Next."
  10. Select the subject, grade level, lesson, and skill.
  11. Click "Add" to include the questions in your whiteboard activity.
  12. Click “Save."


How to create your own custom whiteboard lesson:

  1. After signing in to your teacher account, select “Tools."
  2. Click the "Whiteboard Activities" button.
  3. Click the "Create New Lesson" button.
  4. Choose the "Create a new lesson" radio button.
  5. Click “Next."
  6. Select the subject, grade level, and give your lesson a name.
  7. Click "Add New Problem."
  8. Choose the "Create new problem" radio button.
  9. Click “Next."
  10. Write the problem text. You can add an image by clicking the "Attach" link.
  11. Select “Multiple choice” or “Fill in the blank.”
  12. Fill in your answer choices. Be sure to select a correct answer for multiple choice questions.
  13. Click “Save."
  14. Click “Create New Problem” to add another problem to the session. Repeat as desired.
  15. Click “Save" when you are finished.


How to create a whiteboard lesson using problems from our shared community:

  1. After signing in to your teacher account, select “Tools."
  2. Click the "Whiteboard Activities" button.
  3. Click the "Create New Lesson" button.
  4. Choose the "Create a new lesson from pre-existing lesson" radio button.
  5. Click “Next."
  6. Use the tabs at the top to see the shared community of lessons from other teachers.
  7. Click "Clone" on any lesson you wish to copy.
  8. Click the "Problems" tab to pick which problems to keep or delete.
  9. Click "Save."