5 Math Programs for Beating Summer Brain Drain

It's summer and this means that probably the last thing kids want to do is schoolwork. But we also don't want them to start to forget all the things that they have recently learned during the last few weeks of school. Homeschool Buyers Co-op has several wonderful math programs that seem more like games than schoolwork that can help prevent learning loss over summer break.

Math-Whizz – Through the use of interactive animations, individualized and adaptable learning paths, and incentive programs, Math-Whizz unique methodology makes learning fun and accessible. Plus, parents can easily monitor their child's effort and progress with instant online reporting.

DoodeMaths – DoodleMaths recognizes and adapts to your child's strength and weaknesses while working through quick and engaging math skills. The opportunity to earn digital rewards to use in building and accessorizing robots keeps kids motivate. The DoodleMaths app works on all devices and computers, online or off.

Mangahigh – This program provides thousands of math games that can help check and build your child's knowledge and understanding of math concepts. Children can earn medals for their achievements and parents can set assignments, review results and track progress. Mangahigh also works on all devices.

Meister Cody – Using a game-based platform set in the fictional world of Talasia, Meister Cody was designed to help children with dyscalculia, but would be a great tool for any child to strengthen their math skills.

Mathseeds – If you have a PreK through 3rd grade student, then they might really enjoy Mathseeds. Children create their own avatars and earn Golden Acorns to purchase items for their character or their treehouse. They also will enjoy collecting pets that they earn after completing a lesson. There are many built in incentives that will keep young ones motivated.

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