All kids are different. For example, both of our children, Kora & Logan both excel in school, however if you ask Logan what his favorite subject is, he replies with “math!” When you ask Kora what her least favorite subject is, she replies with “math” as well.
So much about math depends on the child and the teacher. Every child learns and retains information differently. How we teach them can influence their success.
Revolution Math offers the perfect resource to get kids excited about math. Right now with summer break, it is also the perfect way to get kids stoked about going back to school at the end of summer.
Revolution Math engages kids by having so much fun following along with a story that they don’t even realize they are learning! This makes a perfect tool to help prevent the summer slump and also is great for those kids who want or need a little more math practice during the school year. It is great for your 2nd – 5th graders and follows the common core curriculum.
What makes Revolution Math different?
The story-based curriculum delivers an interactive experience that your child partakes in once a week. The adventure story is entertaining and gets your child involved. I sat in on the class with my son Logan, who is going into 5th grade. He loved it!
Logan and his teacher took turns reading the different characters sayings throughout the lesson. The teacher was fun, very supportive and engaging. He had some fun impersonations of the characters he was playing and kept everything moving very well.
Revolution Math makes for a perfect after school activity, it is sooo much better than having your child watch TV or play video games. Your child will learn and have fun. The best thing is that you have an opportunity to try out Revolution Math for yourself with a FREE 14-day trial offer . . . how cool is that?!?!
Also, for a limited time, when you sign up for Revolution Math you can receive 50% off your first month with our promo code 2WIRED50
So when Logan got signed up for Revolution Math, he received a workbook, which has a fun, comic book feel to it. He burned through that workbook in a couple of hours. Logan had fun following along with the story and solving the problems in there. He was so engaged, he didn’t feel like he was doing math problems, he was just having fun!
The story-based class sometimes involves rolling dice and other activities. So when you sign up you receive a package from Revolution Math which contains all sorts of different dice – 4 sided, 10 sided, 12 sided, 20 sided and of course your more conventional 6 sided dice. Also included are some fun masks representing the 4 primary characters in your story, cards, chips and tokens which are used at different times of your story.
How Does Revolution Math Compare To The Competition?
So if you have ever considered signing your child up for any outside learning centers, like Mathnasium or Kumon, you MUST check out Revolution Math first. The price is incredible and a bargain compared to the others. Plus, you can do this right in your own home and it feels much more personal thanks to the smaller group and having the same teacher every time.