Learn Math at Home with Smartick Method
Jesica is a mom of four kids ages one to ten years old. She’s also the blogger behind The Mommy Bunch, where she shares healthy living ideas, technology tips, and fun crafts for the whole family. She recently started using the Smartick Method as an after-school activity to learn math and her kids can’t get enough!
Smartick is a fun and entertaining method to learn math
She goes into detail about the experience each one of her kids has had with the program:
“A 10 yr old boy: My son has never been one to enjoy school. In fact, he’ll probably tell you (if asked) that he really dislikes school, and finds math hard. After using Smartick, I can’t say that he enjoys school any more than before, but he has found that the lessons are easy to understand, and he has found them fun to do.
An 8 yr old girl: My daughter, on the other hand, has always loved school and excels at most things. She was highly motivated to use this program because she loved learning more and more every day. It was a fun way for her to learn, plus she got to earn rewards (set by me) after earning so many ‘ticks’.
A 3 yr old girl: My youngest was thrilled that she got to ‘do school’ just like the older kids, and was really excited that she was able to use the computer and knew the answers to many of the questions. This program really does understand the level that your child is at and adapts to what they need to work on and learn. ”
What she likes the most:
“If I had to pick a favorite online elementary math program, Smartick would be it. We’ve tried lots of other app and web-based services and none are as comprehensive, or as easy to use. The parent dashboard in this program is really well designed.”
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