After many years of doing this homeschooling thing, I very recently discovered that one of my boys (Mr. Loquacious) much prefers to use worksheets and regular lessons. Of course, he COULD have said so long ago, but you know boys, right? So I was pleased to be put on the review for Educeri Lesson Subscription Service. We received a twelve month subscription to this service for the purpose of this review.
From the company Educeri ……. Educeri a division of DataWORKS, this is a vast assortment of lessons (over 1000 lessons!) which you can use from pre-kindergarten all the way through twelfth grade.
Within those 1000 plus lessons, you will find the following:
- Math – 413 lessons covering all grades
- English Language Arts – 525 lessons covering all grades
- Science – 22 lessons which will cover mostly middle through high school
- History – 26 lessons which will cover mostly fifth grade and higher
- Art, PE and Music – there are one or two lessons in each of these catagories
With all of this available, there is simply no way you would not be able to find useful lessons, whether to add them in as part of your regular curriculum, to use as a supplement.
I like that each lesson is already laid out for you, the parent/teacher. I have never been very good at lesson planning, so I much prefer having it done for me. At the same time, I long ago let go of the whole “school in a box” sort of curriculum, because i felt stressed when we couldn’t keep up with days in the lesson books!
Older kids can probably do this on their own, but in my case, I have special needs kids. In this case, or the case where your kids are much younger, you will want to sit with them at the computer to go through the actual lesson of your choice (for us, we used mostly early math, telling time, and counting money.) After doing the actual lesson online, there are generally printable pages to go with it so that the child will have extra practice.
Although we don’t do testing, there will be quizzes coming soon, and we may use them, just to see how each child is retaining what they learn.
This subscription is very well organised, in my view. The lessons are categorized by grade AND subject, making it extremely simple to browse, or to just look up a specific thing that you want your child to work on.
The primary concentration on Educari at this time is in Math and Language Arts, and while I do hope they will expand their offerings in the other subjects, the fact that they have a great number of lessons (and worksheets!) in these two areas are great for us! These are topics that will greatly benefit my boys for the next year. I’m very pleased to be able to wholeheartedly recommend Educeri Lesson Subscription Service from Educeri ……. Educeri a division of DataWORKS
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