Brainzy Math & Reading Program Review
We were able to review a new online math and reading program for ages 3-7 recently with M7 for free for review purposes. 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. ...
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!
Cool Tool - Brainzy
Today, kids can finally play, have fun, and really learn with a new online learning system – and new friends like Officer Ice Cream and Penelope Pegacorn. Education.com has announced Brainzy, a first-of-its-kind learning program now available with over 300 fun games, videos, and stories that teach reading and math skills for kids 3-7. In June 2014, education apps were the second-most popular category of apps downloaded in the iTunes store, as parents looked for supplemental educational activities and games. And they have plenty to choose from – over 100,000 apps are labeled as “educational.” In a cluttered marketplace of one-off educational apps and programs, Brainzy stands apart in following a child’s development, building on previous skills and masteries. With over 300 games and activities, Brainzy will keep kids busy far longer than snack time.
Win Your Grandchild a Two-Year Subscription to Brainzy from Education.com!
Brainzy’s comprehensive program follows a methodical, building-block path created to spark curiosity, giggles, and grins while building more than 30 critical reading and math skills. Guided by a lovable cast of original characters, kids cover a year’s worth of learning as they play through more than 300 fun games, videos, and read-along stories. It was developed using rich data gathered from the 20 million worksheets downloaded each year at Education.com.
Education.com rolls out Common Core-aligned Brainzy
A release from Education.com cites the data benefits Brainzy can provide: One in four U.S. educators uses the site, so the team behind Brainzy is able to utilize real-time data to determine the best approach to designing supplemental learning materials. The company is also currently planning content for second through fifth grades as it continues to expand its existing content.
Game-Focused Math and Reading Site Launches for Young Learners
Supplemental learning site Education.com is starting its own reading and math program for students aged 3-7, featuring mainly games and activities.
Brainzy, as the program is called, is buttressed by data collected by the site into the kinds of materials and worksheets its users were downloading. The program uses a building-block method to ramp students' skills slowly over time. Students move through the activities, which feature a cast of original animated characters like Officer Ice Cream, and can access more than 300 resources--mainly games, videos, and stories.
To learn about short and long sounds, for example, students might watch a short music video. A math game could see them practicing subtraction while controlling a downhill ski racer.
Best of Industry Web Award
The Web Marketing Association is proud to present this 2009 Web-Award For Outstanding Achievement in Web Development to Education.com.
This Week in America radio show
“Education.com’s Kat Eden was recently a guest on Ric Bratton’s This Week in America radio show. In the three part series, Kat shares 10 tips parents should consider during the first months of school to help their kids make the most of a new school year.”
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Grading Neighborhood Schools
Education.com’s SchoolFinder feature is starting with roughly 47,000 schools in 10 states: California, Texas, New York, Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, New Jersey and Georgia. In about two months, the site hopes to have data for all states, totaling about 60,000 public and charter schools. I was granted early access to SchoolFinder, but only Michigan was totally finished during my testing.
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Education.com, “the WebMD of education,” according to the company. Its new SchoolFinder is a service designed to help parents find public, private and charter schools.
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First up is Education.com’s School Finder. A product I wish I had access to in 2002 when my beautiful daughter, the lovely Miss Amanda, was getting ready to go away to college. School Finder is a parent’s dream: it lets you match your kids’ needs to college offerings and the local environment. When School Finder goes live in about two months, it will have information on about 100,000 public and private schools.
Education.com excels as a general education site and will be a comfort to parents in search of reliable advice. Its newly added SchoolFinder, while it's in early stages now, will only improve this resource for parents and students.
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