I cannot stand our second grade homework. For some reason, its torture for Mini Me and she makes is such an unpleasant experience for me. She does well in school, which is as blessing, but she can so easily get frustrated with all the pressure she puts on herself. She enjoys time on the computer, so when asked if I would like to try a year subscription of Splash Math at no cost to me to review, I said YES! When my daughter is learning with her games, she is most happy and I am always looking for ways to help her learn her math. She wants to go to Georgia Tech like mama, so she better sharpen those skills. It appears Splash Math has tools to do just that, and is mapped to Common Core.
Splash Math is an award winning math program for kids of ages 5-10 which can be used both at homes and in schools. Splash Math has benefited over 9 million kids and has been used in over 50,000 classrooms. Available on iPads, Android tablets and web, Splash Math works across multiple platforms and devices.
Splash Math is an adaptive program. It personalizes math practice depending upon the child’s level of mastery and covers all math skills for all grades – Kindergarten through 5. Splash Math collects the practice data and shares analytical reports with the parents/teachers. Here’s a quick overview.
Splash Math combines the best of both worlds. For a child, Splash Math appears to be like a game which rewards on getting answers correct, keeping them engaged all the time. For a parent, Splash Math covers all necessary math skills for their grade levels and provides crucial insight on the child’s performance.
Here are some screen shots of Splash Math in action!
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I am looking forward to trying this out. I know Mini me will enjoy learning on the computer, and I will enjoy seeing how she is doing. I will post a review once we start using it.
Does our child have issues with doing homework? Do you use any online services to support Math skills? Does Splash Math look like something your child would enjoy using while learning?
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