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A few weeks back, I was contacted by the wonderful people at K5 Learning and given the opportunity to review their website.
In case you haven’t yet heard of them, K5 Learning is an online reading and math program geared towards children from Kindergarten through 5th grade. Their website focuses on everything from the simple letters of the alphabet to multiplication problems.
Nicholas, being only 2 years old, is still a bit young for the majority of the site, but he loved the alphabet portions. As we tested out the site, we named each of the letters and worked on some of our numbers as well.
Getting started was incredibly easy as there is nothing to download! Just sign up and get started. Everything is right on their website and available 24/7.
The initial assessment that your child will take will help determine where their strengths lie and which skills may need a little more practice. From there, they will be able to access over 3,000 online lessons and activities that will allow them to build their skills in a fun and educational way.
Following the assessment, your child can work in one of their three areas at any time. These include Reading and Math, Math Facts, and Spelling. Nicholas loved the spelling areas because he could point out the different letters that popped up on the screen.
The best part? You can try before you buy! K5 Learning wants to show you the value in their website by giving you a 14 day free trial! They make it so easy, why not head on over and try them out! Whether your children attend public school or you are a homeschooling family, K5 Learning makes supplementing what they are learning in the “classroom” so much easier! I know that once Nicholas gets a little bit older, we will be returning to the site to try it out again.
Have you tried K5 Learning yet? What did you think?