Demme Learning Math-U-See Review

Math is one of my favorite subjects to teach. I am an advocate of using mental math as much as possible. However, one aspect of Math that always stumps me is fractions. Fractions are the part of Math that is like a huge kink in the wonderful system. I was thrilled when we got the chance to review the Digital Pack of Epsilon from Demme Learning’s Math U See as part of the Schoolhouse Review Crew.

Demme Learning Math U See Review
Demme Learning Math-U-See is a program that uses multi-sensory style teaching. It also is designed in such a manner in which the instructions are ideal for one on one or small group teaching. Children are able to learn at their own pace. Kids can advance or fall back based on their level of expertise with the Math concepts.

We were  blessed with the chance to review the physical set of the Epsilon learning system. It was nice to be able to give Jimmy the DVD, textbook, and his fraction cards and have him feel confident in doing his lessons on his own. As a parent who struggles with fractions, it was nice to have the instructors edition break down how my students were to get their answers so I could readily assist them where he made his mistakes.

We were also given the digital version of the Epsilon Level he was able to do this program everywhere on his laptop using the Chrome or Safari browser. The Digital Packs  each come with the instructional lessons, instruction manual, and songs. There also other online resources included with the digital pack. This is like having an online Math class for fractions completely at our disposal. Considering, I’m having issues with teaching fractions properly, this is a lifesaver for me.

Demme Learning Math U See Review
Jimmy stated that this instructor made learning fractions a lot easier. Delbert couldn’t resist watching the digital instruction videos either. They were engaging and straight to the point.

The fact that the instructor recorded the lessons while he was in a live class helped my kids to feel like they were learning with fellow students. For some reason, that makes a difference to them. They were actually yelling out answers like they were competing against fellow students. While Jimmy was watching his class, I instructed Delbert to work on something else altogether, and the fraction class was so entertaining to Jimmy that Delbert couldn’t resist the urge to watch it himself.

As you can see from Jimmy’s work, he did rather well with his assignment. He liked the fact that he could replay the videos if he found that he was struggling with a concept and capture the details that he may have missed.

More Information about Math-U-See

Demme Learning Math-U-See has levels for all grade levels of Math. Kids can start with the Primer level and work their way up to the PreCalculus Level. The Digital Packs start at $31.00 and go up to $61.00 for a year’s worth of access.

You can learn more information about Demme Learning Math-U-See by visiting their website. You can connect with them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

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I'm Crystal. I'm married to Dale, and mother to Johnny.Some might say that my life is perfect because I get to do all the cliché wife things like cooking, cleaning, and decorating - but there's more! I also have many hobbies including needlework (crochet), sewing, and reading. My son's education is important, so we homeschool him together.

3 comments on “Demme Learning Math-U-See Review”

    • That is such music to my ears. My sons seem to enjoy this program too.

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting. I hope to see you again soon.

  1. So cute that they were calling out the answers! It looks like you are new to MUS – do you plan to continue after this level? I’m considering Epsilon for my 11 year old – thinking it would be so nice to have video instruction going into upper level math. When I first saw MUS YEARS ago, I thought it looked so boring and repetitious, but I’m learning that repetition may be key to getting the info down. Glad to see your kids liked it. 🙂


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