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Brainzy Math & Reading Program Review

*Originally posted on our homeschool blog, Benoit Academy

We were able to review the new online Brainzy Math & Reading Program for ages 3-7 recently with Kid Baker. She loved it so much and was asking to play on just about everyday! She hates reading but these games and activities made it fun. Read the FULL REVIEW below.

Brainzy Math & Reading Program Review

  • Over 300 games, teaching videos, educational songs, and stories
  • Kid-safe and ad-free
  • Step-by-step gameplay on 30+ math and reading skills
  • Progress tracking for multiple players
Brainzy, a first-of-its-kind game program for young kids from the team at Education.com. The online program, aimed at children ages 3-7, teaches math and reading through more than 300 games and activities. The program allows up to three children to play at a time, making it an excellent tool for home school educators.
 
Brainzy was developed using rich data gathered from the 20 million worksheets downloaded each year at Education.com, and is also aligned with the Common Core standards for early reading and math. The game follows a methodical, building-block path created to spark curiosity, giggles, and grins while building more than 30 critical reading and math skills. The systematic approach of the new program sets it apart from the thousands of learning apps that take a one-off, episodic approach.
Brainzy Math & Reading Program
Brainzy covers the essential skills needed for early learning success while deeply engaging kids in a world rich with exploration. A lovable cast of original characters guide kids over a year’s worth of learning as they play through more than 300 fun games, videos, and read-along stories!
Brainzy 1st gr Math
1st Grade Math Map
Brainzy 1st Gr Reading
1st Grade Reading Map

Parents can track what each child is doing through the Dashboard:

Brainzy
I let Kid Baker discover on her own…you can see what she liked the best!

With Brainzy, kids are transported to the Land of Knowhere, where they meet and play with friends named Roly, Floyd, Tutu, Officer Ice Cream, Birdee, Cuz-Cuz, Muggo, and Penelope Pegacorn. Their collection of original videos and games are continuously expanding….as of now, there are only Pre-K through 1st grade levels available but there are plans to create additional levels up to Grade 5!

 

Each Brainzy account can accommodate up to three players, making it easy for parents to customize Brainzy for multiple children. There is also a classroom version for teachers that can accommodate up to 35 students.

Brainzy is available by monthly subscription ($6.99 per month) or annual subscription ($3.99 per month), and provides an ad-free environment safe for kids to explore on a tablet, desktop, or laptop computer. Visit Brainzy.com for more information and to sign up for a free 7-day trial.

ABOUT EDUCATION.COM
With nearly five million members and millions of visitors each month, Education.com is the leading one-stop destination for parents and teachers to find the guidance, inspiration, and materials they need to help kids succeed. From printable workbooks to Brainzy learning games to insightful articles and everything in between, Education.com delivers content kids love and resources educators rely on. Education.com is based in Redwood City, California, and was founded in 2007 by a group of parents dedicated to making learning fun inside and outside the classroom. Learn more at www.education.com.


Giveaway

 

I have 10 1-year subscriptions to give away thanks to Education.com!

Entering is super easy using the giveaway widget below.

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GOOD LUCK! 🙂

 

 

 

Jess Benoit

Jess is a homeschooling mama of 3, wife, gamer, Whovian, Nerd

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