A+ Interactive Math – Adaptive Placement Test and Individualized Plan Review

A+ Interactive Math Review

Are you concerned about learning gaps in your child’s math progress? You can now monitor and close those learning gaps with Adaptive Placement Test and Individualized Plan from A+ Interactive Math. One of my concerns about my sons learning gaps is due to his autism/cognitive disability. We go through stages of regression. Sometimes I think he has learned things and I know it’s in there somewhere but sometimes it just isn’t the time to come out. So we do a lot of reviewing at times so he keeps using things so he doesn’t loose them.


The simplicity of this program is really nice. You set up an account so you have a parent/teacher account and then you set up your students by grade. One thing I really like about this is that you can switch between grade levels. Once you have your child’s account set up then you have them log in. The child then takes a mini test for each major concept to identify the current skill level. For example, my daughter is in first grade and we started with addition. She took her mini test and that is where we stayed to learn more. It’s not that she had a learning gap she hasn’t learned to carry two digit numbers yet. The nice thing is that from this she learned. If you would have known it and passed it we would have tested into the next concept.

One you identify the concepts you need to work on you go to the lessons. You watch a video and take a interactive video quiz. There are worksheets to practice that goes along with the lessons. They are in two different areas. You can review the video lesson/interactive quiz as many times as you need to. Once you have all the lessons/worksheets complete you go back to the mini test and retake it to see if you pass or need more work.

The child can see their progress by looking at the reports. You can also see your child’s progress under your parent/teacher account.

From May 5th to May 18th 2015 the Family Math Package and Adaptive Placement Testing with Lessons are on sale!


How We Used This: 

I used this with both of my children. I added this into our current math curriculum. We started out by each one taking the mini test and then we went through the individualized plan. So each day my child watched a video, did the interactive quiz, did the corresponding worksheet. Once the concept was completed we took the mini test again for that concept and it was passed.

I didn’t think about this until now but to make it more individualized for the concept it would be nice to omit what they already know and just focus on what they need to work on. We did all the lesson in that concept to review things. For my daughter it was only a matter that she didn’t learn the concept before the mini quiz. So there was stuff she already knew that in a way kind of bored her because she already knew that. Yet at the same time it did give her confidence because she got things right.

I really do like that you can focus on struggling concepts. I like how the tests are broken up into different categories. The lessons are really not all that long for the category. Being able to redo the video and interactive quiz as many times as you need is a great thing too. I also like that it can show completed by marking it complete. By marking it complete when you click on it at the top of the lesson you back out and click the next.

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I do like that they can see their progress. It gives them a visual as to how they are doing. I don’t really think that my kids did access that a lot as they knew how they were doing. I sat in the same room as them as they were working on the projects so I was able to see as well how they did as they were working.

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Another nice thing that I wanted to point out is that you have an option for multiple students. To me that is one added bonus instead of having to buy a program for each student at a different level.

Here are some freebies that are offered. The first two freebies offered are to make sure that the program is a good fit for your child/student.

Free Math Placement Test: http://www.aplustutorsoft.com/get-free-homeschool-math-curriculum-placement-test-online.jsp

Free Family Math Packages: http://www.aplustutorsoft.com/get-free-homeschool-math-curriculum-program-package-online.jsp

Other Freebies people love are:

Free Software Download:  http://www.aplustutorsoft.com/get-free-homeschool-math-curriculum-software.jsp

Free Single Grade Level: http://www.aplustutorsoft.com/get-free-homeschool-math-curriculum-program-online.jsp

Free eBook: http://www.aplustutorsoft.com/get-free-homeschool-math-curriculum-ebook.jsp

Additional Information:

Top 12 Reasons to use “Adaptive Placement Test & Lessons” program: http://www.aplushomeschool.com/2015/03/top-12-reasons-to-use-adaptive-math-placement-test.html

Top 12 Reasons to use “Family Math package” program: http://www.aplushomeschool.com/2015/03/top-12-reasons-to-use-family-math-packages.html

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