April 17, 2013

MathLab Review

MathLab makes learning fun and is part of SchoolCountry.  They have set out to help students ace math while making sure learning is fun.  MathLab offers games and activities aligned with your child's grade level.  Students get to learn and play at their own pace and there are rewards to help motivate.

My daughter, Rachel, is 9 years old and in the 3rd grade.  We will be reviewing MathLab for a full year and I will be posting regular updates throughout the year.  Rachel has always done well in school and is on honor roll, but I still thought this would be good for her.  She does well on her math homework, but struggles more with tests.  Testing makes her nervous and she sikes herself out.  I thought this would be a great way to make her more comfortable with Math and less nervous taking tests.

MathLab Hall of Fame

She's only recently started using Mathlab and likes it so far.  She really likes that she can see her progress as she plays.   She's already striving to get on the Hall Of Fame list.  It's very kid friendly and easy to navigate even if they haven't had a lot of computer experience.  

MathLab Genius Meter 
In addition to seeing your progress as you play, you can check the Genius Meter.  This will show what level your child is at in each part of math and help determine what things she may need to work more on than others.   I will be posting periodic updates of Rachel's progress and if it is helping her in school.

If you have a child in grades 1-5, you can try MathLab for FREE.  Just click the image below to get started.  I would love it if you'd come back and comment with your thoughts after trying.

MathLab play for free

Disclosure:  I was not financially compensated for this post.  I received a sample for review purposes.  The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

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