Smartick: Online Math for New Generation
When we invited Sandra from The Worthier Part to try our online math program with her kids, she suggested we followed a different approach for this review. She wanted to test her kids in math, once before they started using Smartick, and then again after 6 weeks of consistent practice on our program. We were certainly eager to see how her kids responded to our online program!
Tests we have conducted in the past show 94% of children improve their mental calculation skills after using Smartick for just two months. We’ve also seen that 84% of children improve their school grades in Math by 30%. So we know Smartick works.
And these are some of Sandra’s comments on the results of our online learning method, in her own words:
“M made nearly a leap of a year’s level in just eight weeks. Although M missed a few sessions as well, he was far more consistent than his older brother and it shows in his progress. Notably, M had no interest whatsoever in the game options available in Smartick, and in spite of skipping the “extra” practice, showed real progress.”
Parent’s dashboard overview from Sandra: “Smartick results show skill development specifically tied to that game activity.”
She was especially impressed with our interactive tutorials, and she shares a sneak peak with her readers! She chooses the explanation of the commutative property of multiplication for this purpose:
Our interactive video tutorials pop up automatically whenever a new concept, one the child hasn’t worked on in the past, comes up. Children can also access them in the Virtual World, once they finish their 15 minutes of online math practice. They’re always available, whether children need to review the concept or want to watch them just for fun. And they really are fun to watch!
We would like to invite you to try Smartick for free with your family. Click here to learn more!
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