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Enrolled my 2 kids (son age 5, in kindergarten and daughter age 8 in 3rd grade) here, because I felt they were not getting enough education from their regular school. So I use RemoteLearning School to supplement their regular classes so that they don't fall behind. This school goes deeper on the materials and offers lots of other subjects such as Astronomy and Music. Also I have my kids take the French course as a second language.
What I also like about this school is that they provide a student ID which can be used for discounts, a free school email address, as well as JuniorFolio which is a portfolio of the kids achievements.
Customer service is great they always reply fast through email or when I send them a message through their facebook page.
When you have a child as creative as my son, you are not shocked to hear that he is more impressed with a gift of live 1:1 online coding classes than he would be with a toy that would thrill other kids. We are proud of our son and grateful for what BYJU'S is teaching him.
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My kids have improved.
I really like this site! They have countless education games and it's completely free. It's not just math games but it also includes other subjects (spelling, geography, etc) My daughter has been using it for a few months and never seems to get bored with it.
We've been homeschooling our son since his second week of kindergarten. Reading Eggs and Math Seeds were the first apps we used and we continue using them over two years later. The lessons are well done and cover a mix of counting, adding, subtracting, telling time, sorting, etc What I love most about the app is that doesn't involve a whole lot of participation from the parents. I typically do sit with my kiddo while he's doing a lesson but he rarely needs help.
EdHeads is one of the best science/math curriculums I've come across. It's typically hard to find something interesting for my older kids to do but the lessons disguised as games on this platform are phenomenal. Highly recommend.
Bedtime Math gives you a template to use for various different math projects. They do typically involve 5-10 minutes of planning on the parents part (making cards, drawing a diagram, printing something, etc) but they're well worth the time. My boys really enjoy the activities we've done.
This is a great educational site for virtual field trips. We've watched quite a few and my favorite, from a parental standpoint, was a video done on happiness skills. I'm so glad that resourses like this exist. It's very thoughtful and my kids actually don't hate it.
I'm such a big fan of this site. It's completely free and I used it almost exclusively for preschool for all of my kids. They have so many options and they're really well done.
It's a website for scammers and hackers, it's not only bad, It's dangerous it gives your computer a virus, I highly recommend staying away from this website for the safety of you and your love ones