“My Kids Study Math in Summer”
If you had to pick one subject your kids should study during the summer, what would that be? For many parents, reading is always at the top of the list, together with playing sports and other outdoor activities. But what about math? Latonya from Joy in the Ordinary recognizes the importance of studying math, which is why she was delighted to find out about Smartick.
She proudly states how her girls don’t take any breaks from math:
“Math is the one “school” subject that we continue working on the summer that many people tend to take a break from”.
This Nashville mom also explains the reasons behind her decision to continue to study math during summer:
“Although they both will say math is their favorite subject, some topics do not come naturally to them. The continued practice helps them to get better and retain the skills that have been learning throughout the years. We don’t usually use our regular math curriculum for math, but instead, my girls use online math programs. Smartick is the program that we are using this summer, and it is by far their favorite. We have tried several programs throughout our homeschool journey; both of my daughters have told me that they enjoy Smartick the most. They like the animation, clarity, and interface. It’s pretty straightforward and easy to use.”
We are of course delighted to hear our math learning method is the program her daughters enjoy the most! The Artificial Intelligence behind Smartick gives children exactly what they need to improve their math, so they’re always engaged and motivated. They work at their maximum level of competency so they never get bored and are constantly challenged.
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