I know we’re only a few weeks into summer break, but I am already looking at ways to keep my son from forgetting some of his math skills. Right now, Revolution Math is offering tutoring (by grade level) for only $1 with my link. (Use code LOVEJAIME at checkout to get this special price.) This promotion ends July 1.
When you go to sign up, you’ll actually select a day and time for the math tutoring. My daughter isn’t around on Tuesdays, so my son is able to get some fun math work done on Tuesday afternoons.
The benefits of Revolution Math are:
- the interactivity
- small class size of 4 (or fewer) kids
- consistent teacher each week
- they work with Common Core
- they work with grades 2 through 5
- it’s online!
You aren’t losing out if you try it for a month (for a DOLLAR.) After that, the price increases to $149, but you’re able to cancel at any time. When you sign up, they will also send you a kit with materials and supplies for the class.
This photo? This is my son and husband working in a math workbook a couple months ago. My son had math assignments on his iPad every day, but he finished them so quickly that we knew we had to get him extra work. My husband purchased this workbook a while ago, and while it’s fun, it doesn’t beat interacting with other kids.
I have a feeling that we’ll be doing school virtually again this fall or winter – at least part-time. If that’s the case, I want my son to learn new math skills. The spring semester was a lot of review versus learning new things. My son’s biggest complaint was not learning the next level. He’s been anxious to learn more about fractions, multiplication and division and I feel confident with Revolution Math he will stay on top of the skills he learned last year, and may even be a little ahead when he starts school again in August.
Sign up using this link, and the code LOVEJAIME at checkout. You’re essentially paying a quarter per week of sessions, and can cancel at any time. (My husband and I are already looking at August, though. If my son does end up back in school face-to-face, then we’ll adjust his day/time with Revolution Math.)