Wednesday, January 11, 2012

K5 Learning - Because learning can also be taught at home

              I believe that school is an integral part of our kids lives. For learning, socialization and problem solving, they get it all in one single day... add 4 more and they get a week of growth right before our eyes. I've got one child in college, another one graduating in 5 months and another graduating next year. I also have 4 others still in elementary school waiting to take on the world that is provided for them.

 Now, I don't believe that schools are the only teachers around, even with our kids in school we still need to do some extra work at home that isn't always required. Because not all kids are created equal and without parental interaction they can't make it in a fast moving school.

            That being said I'm always looking for new ways to help my kids navigate through school and get the core essentials that will build a stable foundation later on in life. So I am turning to K5 Learning.

K5 Math is an award-winning program which builds self confidence and a deep understanding of math concepts. K5 Math covers numbers and operations, geometry, measurement (including time and money), algebraic thinking and data analysis.
K5 Math Facts uses adaptive technology to help kids develop instant recall of basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts. Progress on each and every math fact is monitored until mastery is obtained.

K5 Spelling is an advanced vocabulary program which improves language skills one word at a time. We feature adaptive instruction, automatic word generation, an optimized visual interface, and a 150,000+ word database.

K5 Reading helps kids become strong readers and develop a love of reading. This award-winning program covers phonemic awareness, phonics, sight words, vocabulary and reading comprehension.

K5 Learning has an online reading and math program for kindergarten to grade 5 students.  I've been given a 6 week free trial to test and write a review of their program.  If you are a blogger, you may want to check out their  open invitation to write an online learning review of their program.

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