I’m always on the hunt for new ways to teach the kids new things. I personally get bored doing the same things all the time. As a result, I don’t want to see my kids lose their interest in learning due to boredom. I literally hunt down online educational gaming systems. For the past three years, I have overlooked using a popular and simple to find educational site— Education.com. I just found out that they also offer an online educational gaming system for teaching Math and Reading called Brainzy. I requested the chance to review this program for them in exchange for an honest blog review, and luckily they agreed to the exchange because my kids have really enjoyed it.
Brainzy is an online educational gaming system that is designed for kids Preschool-1st grade. It offers them hundreds of games, 50 educational songs and videos, and 50 Read-along stories. You can get this program for as little as $47.99 for year membership for up to three kids or you can get the classroom version for $59.88 for up to 35 students. Both of these memberships come with unlimited game play and tracking of your student’s progress. The teacher’s edition does come with lessons for over 30 lessons in math and reading skills.
Personally speaking, I have found this program to be fun and enjoyable to do with Zeva. Delbert enjoyed going through and doing the review of his 1st grade material. Zeva claps her hands and squeals with delight as she does her lessons in this program. The lessons keep her undivided attention. Between this program and her Chalk Preschool, I do believe she’ll be more than ready for Kindergarten.
Personally, I love the fact that Brainzy is filled with enough lessons to keep them having to repeat the same thing over and over. (Of course, for Pre-K student repetition really is king.) Brainzy does it in a manner where isn’t not repetitious to the point that it gets ignored or my kids lose interest in the topic because they’ve heard it so much.
I personally have just as much fun exploring Education.com because it has something for me to use with all of my kids for ALL of their lessons. They have worksheets, activities, and articles and so much more that I can use to enhance our homeschooling lessons. It’s a resource fit for all families.
For a limited time, you can try out Brainzy with your kids with a 7 day FREE trial. Be sure to go check it out for your little ones.You can find out more information about Brainzy by visiting their website. You can also connect with the Education.com crew on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.
Have you explored Education.com lately?