The site allows you to sign on as the parent and creates a secondary set of log in information so that the children who learn through it are able to log themselves in and out to work on their latest endeavor.
My daughter is very smart for her age and, while the need to log in and out on her own was not necessary, it was still fun to look over the site with her and to get a feel of whether what they offer would be a good fit for her and, it was, but I think it might be something she could grow with and grow into.
My 10 year old step son has Aspergers and this is a great tool in aiding him with learning outside of school without any added pressures or commitment and in a home-friendly environment
The site is easy to navigate and allows you to take on a short trial to see if it would be something for you! If it is, GREAT! If not, you can sign off without any obligations.
You are able to get a free assessment of your children's ability and the free trial by visiting their main page. I personally enjoy the interaction, but for now the lessons are a little too advanced for my 3 year old to do on her own, but suit my 10 year old step son very well.
If you have ever thought of giving online learning a go, then I would definitely start with K5 Learning to test the waters and see where it goes from there! It might surprise you!
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