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I have been a home school mom and my kids now go to public school. One thing that they have in common is that kids need practice and they need fun ways to learn. Testing has become a large part of our education system. It helps teachers to understand where our kids need help. It may also help a school to understand where they need to invest more time and money.
Learning should be fun. Kids retain more when they enjoy what they are doing and that is why I love what TestingMom.com has to offer. It’s like a learning portal for every subject. You really can find any subject that your child may need extra help with: reading, math, ELA, Chess, Foreign Language, ect.
In Kentucky we have a test in the Spring called the KPrep. I love our school and they do a wonderful job helping the kids to understand how the testing works and in what areas they can improve on. TestingMom.com has sample test questions that are similar to the tests my kids will be taking at school so they can practice at home and feel more confident and comfortable on test day. They have practice test for all 50 states and common core.
Does your school have different types of tests? When you set up your profile you will have the ability to add your state and find any of these tests. For example, New York has a few different test. This program allows you to practice for the NY Common Core test, NYC Gifted Testing (G & T and Hunter), and NYC Private School tests.
Click here and you can sign up to receive the 100 free practice questions.
TestingMom.com is around $100 to join but you have unlimited access to websites that cost more than that. They have access to educators discounts and they can pass the savings along to you. It is a fun website that will have your kids begging to play (and learn).
My kids have Christmas break soon and even thought they aren’t in class, I want their brains to be working. Now that I have access to Testingmom.com and all the cool programs, my kids will feel like they are playing and I will know that they are still learning.
Why not give your child the gift of learning this holiday season. Check it out and see if it’s right for you!