Out of all of the subjects, math is the one my youngest struggles with the most, so I was excited to get a chance to review the Math Mini-Courses from A+ Interactive Math.
What is A+ Interactive Math Mini-Courses?
- Counting and Identifying Numbers (1st-3rd) - 15 lessons
- Place Value and Number Combinations (1st-3rd) - 15 lessons
- Naming, Comparing and Arranging Numbers (1st-3rd) - 17 lessons
- Early Elementary Fractions (1st-3rd) - 10 lessons
- Early Elementary Addition (1st-3rd) - 17 lessons
- Early Elementary Subtraction (1st-3rd) - 15 lessons
- Elementary and Middle School Multiplication (2nd-6th) - 13 lessons
- Elementary and Middle School Division (2nd-6th) - 15 lessons
- Tables, Charts and Graphs (1st-6th) - 17 lessons
- Elementary Geometry (1st-4th) - 19 lessons
- Elementary Algebra (1st-4th) - 27 lessons
- Advanced Geometry (4th-7th) - 35 lessons
- Advanced Fractions (4th-8th) - 26 lessons
- Decimal Numbers (3rd-7th) - 20 lessons
- Percentages (5th-8th) - 13 lessons
- Time (1st-4th) - 20 lessons
- Money (1st-5th) - 18 lessons
- Number Types and Conversions (3rd-6th) - 35 lessons
- Ratio, Proportions, Probability and Statistics (3rd-6th) - 14 lessons
- Measurements and Conversions (2nd-6th) - 23 lessons
We chose to use the Elementary Geometry and the Elementary and Middle School Multiplication Mini-Courses:
I was asked to use at least one of the two programs regularly with a student. We ended up completing the geometry course and most of the multiplication one.
What Did We Think?
I like the idea of presenting blips of information concentrated on learning one particular area of math where the student is struggling. It makes it not so overwhelming. I also appreciated that there was the option to print the PDF worksheets and tests as well as each of the lessons are also in PDF form if you want to view as more of a textbook or print the whole thing out for use. I liked the immediate feedback as the child would interact with the online work. I think the only thing I would change is that I wish the program automatically recognized when my child had completed a video lesson, but it was not overly cumbersome to manually check each lesson upon completion just sometimes confusing as to what lesson we actually finished.
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