Daneale Williams, OH

I can’t even begin to tell you how much I love your program. My daughter did not do Level A but has completed Level B and almost all of Level C. We absolutely love this curriculum. Her addition and subtraction are effortless and she does these things better than most kids older than her. In addition, while she doesn’t fully have all of her multiplication table down pat yet, I am sure she will by the end of the year. She loves the games and begs to do math first every day. Math is her favorite subject!

And my son is in Kindergarten this year. We started with Level A but he had some trouble in every subject as he had not yet commit to the idea of “learning” as a whole. He has now committed to learning and is flying right through his math lessons too. I do love each of the Levels so far and can’t recommend this curriculum highly enough. Any child that excels in math will soar with this curriculum. Any child that struggles will gain much confidence and understanding and will struggle no more. This curriculum is so fun for my kids and they have learned so much that I would never switch.

I will say thought -one thing I would love to see is a summer curriculum – kind of a bridging the gap from one level to the next. I work part time from home and homeschool 3 kids. I find my time is fairly limited to doing a significant amount of planning. Last year, I copied all of the practice sheets in the back through out the year and then over the summer had my daughter physically write in the book and complete them. In addition, we randomly would select a game or two each week to play. But I wasn’t as consistent with my schedule as I would have like because I found I didn’t have near the amount of time to do much planning. If you ever come up with a program for kids to do over the summer – just to keep their memories fresh – hands down, I would buy it. I hate how much information my kids lose over the summer and would like to have them do a light summer schedule from here on out.

Daneale Williams, OH
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