Grammar. Gamified.

The playful path to fluent fundamentals

Say goodbye to the same grammar, spelling and punctuation errors year after year.

Now, Rollama has gamified grammar to help students build fluent fundamentals.

🧑‍🎓 Students get their own accounts to practise 100s of English skills in our child-centred llamaverse

👩‍🏫 Teachers track effort, progress and achievements, then celebrate successes with ease

💼 Aligned to National Curriculum for England standards for Key Stages 1 to 3 (ages 5 to 13)

🚫 No ads, no spam, no distractions

30 days risk-free trial · no credit card required

Teachers in the world's top schools trust Rollama

Spark SPaG Superpowers
in Your School

Boost your students' English with classroom-tested spelling, punctuation, and grammar games that motivate regular practice.

Join over 1350 teachers · Over 140,000 games played · 1,400,000+ questions answered (and counting!)

30-day risk-free trial · no credit card required

Grammar gamification is the 🔑

That's how we hook students to engage with the regular independent practice they need. Rollama is Times Tables Rockstars for English!

Your class will be asking you if they can spend more time practising their grammar: to earn medals, climb the leaderboards, or buy items for their avatars.

All the while, they'll be internalising those tricky parts of English to improve their writing.

100% free trial until August 1st 2022

Practise little and often

Using Rollama for just ten minutes a day will focus their attention on thorny grammar issues – little things that can add up to a big difference.

Was or were?
To, two or too?
Whose or who's?
There, their or they're?

💼 Aligned to National Curriculum for England standards for Key Stages 1 to 3 (ages 5 to 13)

🚫 No ads, no spam, no distractions

100% free trial until August 1st 2022

Boost your learners' English grammar, spelling and punctuation with Rollama - a system of personalised, interactive exercises with tightly-focused workouts and gamification to build accuracy and fluency.

Take the work out of homework

Rollama accounts for students have rewards and incentives to make daily practice fun; teachers can track and access clear data effortlessly.

No-strings. Free trial until August 1st 2022.

Features for Teachers

Hundreds of language skills to sharpen up, differentiated for broad accessibility

Personal llama avatar for students to customise

Reward points, medals and High Roller leaderboards

Fun solo and multiplayer games for all ages

Tournaments, challenges and Beat The Teacher mode for competition

100s of pages and dozens of game modes to explore

Why Rollama exists

Our solo, multiplayer and whole class games make it childsplay to improve grammar, spelling, vocabulary and punctuation. Painlessly.

Your students will be engaged to return regularly to polish the trickier parts of English.

Meanwhile, you can track and celebrate achievements with our data analysis tools - at-a-glance or deep dive.

Risk free. Full access until August 1st 2022.

Our child-friendly llamaverse makes learning fun to keep children coming back for the daily practice they need.

Access All Areas until August 1st 2022

Why we built Rollama (and why it matters)

English language patterns are unpredictable with many exceptions. Lots of structures have no equivalent in other languages. The terminology can be bewildering.

English grammar is particularly tricky, especially for people learning English as an Additional Language (EAL).

English has many irregular patterns, illogical spellings, and complex verb forms.

Grammar errors can undermine the flow and meaning of a text.

We want to make independent practice of grammar accuracy fun and desirable for students.

Our global leaderboards, personal rewards and daily targets give students the low-stakes incentives to keep practising.

Free trial until August 1st 2022. No strings attached.

Our games and rewards incentivise daily practice to develop fundamental communication accuracy.

Use Rollama to help your students shine up those hard-to-reach corners of English and help their communication sparkle.

The roots of grammar

"Grammar, with its alternative forms gramarye and glomerye, was highly revered [in the 1500s] by the uneducated who regarded it as a form of magic, a meaning that survives in our modern word 'glamour'.

Mark Forsyth ~ The Etymologicon