By Angela Morris
(Tampa, Florida, USA)
The actual lessons are really put together well. The verbage is age appropriate and there is a lot of visual aids used to draw the child in.
For the most part I liked the content and the cost was reasonable. What I did not like was the set up of the tests and sometimes the unit questions. The questions are sometimes to broad and leaves the child wondering what they are asking.
This was not just the case for my child, I often had to open the answer book to see what they wanted. I also do not care for their method of matching. They offer more answers then questions which I feel can confuse a child, especially if they have any sort of learning disability.
Overall we liked the course enough to use them again next year, and have made changes to the curriculum to meet our needs.