A+ Interactive Math – Math Mini-Courses Review

Math Mini Courses Review

Does your child have areas in math that they struggle in? Maybe you are looking for something that would be great for review. A+ Interactive Math now has Math Mini-Courses. For this particular review I was able to take a look at two different courses: Time and Money.

The Math Mini-Courses are affordable and allow you to a one year access. The price range on the course ranges from $9.99 to $19.99. This would be an ideal way to bridge any learning gap that your child may struggle in. The courses are online and are good for one year. Everything you need to teach is available at your finger tips. The program even does the grading for you so you don’t have to. The programs offer a very basic in-depth review to a more advanced level. There are a total of 20 courses.

How I Used This: 

I used both Time and Money four days a week with my son. We did one lesson a day. If I didn’t think he did well on the worksheet then we reviewed it again the next day. We started off with money. My son struggles with coins. This has always been a problem and he is so easily frustrated. When I say frustrated it has nothing to do with this program at all. He forgets the value and sometimes forgets how to count them. When I saw he was getting frustrated to much, I switched over and started time. I am glad I did as we can go back to the coins and we can switch back and forth.

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The money started out learning about what each coin was and the value. The next couple lessons was counting coins and converting them to pennies. The next was converting pennies to the other coins. It’s not the exact name of the lesson but you get the just of it. We didn’t get to far into the money as there was to much frustration and I can go back to that. Again the frustration isn’t with the program.

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So far I really like the time. It goes over months, years, days, and weeks. I love that because it goes into detail as to how many days of the week, what day is missing, how many months in a year, how many weeks in a month, and how many days in a year and in leap year .My son struggled with this at first because it’s not something I really taught him. So it was really good for him to learn this as it is something he will need to know with daily living skills. Then later it goes on to telling time.

There are many things to like about this math program. For me the biggest thing is I don’t have to teach it. Each lesson is taught by a video and interactive quiz. I love the fact that the quiz explains what the correct answer it. It allows them to go back and fix it. Then after each lesson we work on a online worksheet. If he passes then he is able to move to the next lesson. The nice thing is I can print full text versions of the lessons so he can have a visual if he needs it. Sometimes all it takes is a visual to get him to remember.

You can choose to print the worksheets and the tests or you can do them online. It’s your choice what way you would like to do it.

I also really like the fact that their is automatic grading as well. I don’t have to enter anything at all. It does it for me.

So far I am seeing a slight improvement in Time. He has made gains on things he hasn’t done before. We still have plenty of lessons to work through so I am sure that by the time the lessons are over I will see a even bigger improvement.

Money (Grades 1 – 5) 18 Lessons

Time (Grades 1 – 4) 20 Lessons

I also want to mention you have a parent log in and a student log in. You set the program to launch when your ready to have your student use them. You can log into the parent account and see everything your child can see. You can even look at the reports to see how many attempts were done and the scoring of each of them. I like that the log ins are separate.

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