Wednesday, March 9, 2011

A better way for you kids to learn math!

As many of my followers already know, my son has ADHD and Pervasive Development Disorder (an autism spectrum disorder). He also has some learning disabilities. Hes not on the same level as the kids in his age group/class.  I am trying to find things that can help him learn and succeed. Its all trial and error.

Well, I am a member of BzzAgent BzzAgent Badge - a great site where brands meet with the consumers, and asks us for our opinion on a variety of things. I have been lucky enough to receive many things here. Recently I joined the Factor Tree campaign. They say its a better way to learn math. Every kid learns differently, and on different levels. What sets Factor Tree apart is the fact that they do a preliminary test of sorts - that you let your kid do at home on the computer (you can help with the clicking/typing), and they design a plan for your kid. This is a great idea! It adapts as your child learns.

This is good for pre-K-6th Graders. So you can start early.

My son is 6. And is in 1st grade. He is struggling because of his disabilities. He took the test, and got right to work on 2 activities afterwards.  I can honestly say, that he really enjoys it, and is doing better in school. I will definitely be paying for the subscription after the trial is over. You have my word that it is worth it!

Heres some information on the Factor Tree.
What makes the Factor Tree so effective?

  • Provides the practive and repetition needed for a child to truly master key math skills
  • Use a skill-adaptive progression algorithm to pinpoint each child's true skill level
  • Provides parents with helpful reports, metrics and notifications to track their child's progress
  • Combines a state testing-compliant curriculum, world class educational theories, and innovated technology to create a better learning tool

You can visit to learn more about its distinct approach and sign up for a free trial! Use the code BZF to get a 2 week trial.

Check it out! What do you have to loose?

PS. This post was created as part of a campaign I am participating in. I received the product for free (for a trial) in return I spread the word and give my honest opinion. This post, is my honest opinion of the product.

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