How does your child learn the best? My son is a hands-on visual learner. He LOVES to play games, get creative and have fun while he learns. When I told him about Power My Learning, he was very excited to try something new. He usually complains that the site is for little kids and he gets bored quickly. At Power My Learning, he found games and activities that would keep a high schooler happy!
Here are a few of his favorite finds on Power My Learning:
Ice, Ice Maybe has to be a favorite since it features penguins.
About the game: In this math game your aim is to help four waddles of penguins reach the holiday paradise of Summer Isle. The penguins’ have to get across the perilous Estim Ocean, without falling into the sea with Killer Whales Kids have to use their estimation and approximation math skills to put the iceberg in the right place so the penguin can bounce to safety.
I tried this game out on addition and subtraction level and it was fairly easy. Then my son tried it on fractions, he did great. Estimating was something they were working on last year in 4th grade. So this game is perfect. I wish we would have known about it during the school year!
Make Beliefs Comix is a fun way to show your creative side. Most of the application is click and drag. You can add backgrounds, word bubbles, funny characters and more. It’s a fun way to take a break from math games!
Animals and Pets was another favorite. It takes you to Nat Geo for great videos and resources. We like to learn facts about all types of animals. In fact, we have a learning journal that we write in every day. We write a fact we learned that day. It is a great resource for science projects, story ideas and more. The weird but true facts are a favorite. Did you know that days were only 18 hours long a billion years ago?
Overall, Power My Learning has an endless supply of games, videos and creative apps to keep kids of all ages happy. They don’t even realize they are learning because they are having so much fun! I highly recommend Power My Learning for children of all ages. I can see how it would be a great help to homeschoolers as well.
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