HelpTeaching Pro Subscription {Review}

(Disclaimer: I received a FREE copy of this product through the HOMESCHOOL REVIEW CREW in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way.)

I have been using the HelpTeaching Pro Subscription from HelpTeaching.com to help my sons improve thinking skills in writing, and also to work on vocabulary skills.

Worksheets with questions helped “The Artist” to think about the answers before just throwing something down as a guess.

“The Batman” has very poor fine motor control skills, so I kept his work to a minimum, as far as writing. Here are some worksheets he did, one about his favorite movie and one with simple addition, which because of his developmental disability, he’s still learning.

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Here are some of the word search puzzles he has done so far:

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And he’s looking forward to having me use the word search generator to create some based on specific interests, such as Marvel movies or anything Batman (go figure!)

Here is a screen shot to show you just SOME of what is available in the HelpTeaching Pro Subsription.

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There is a lot available on the free side of HelpTeaching.com, but the HelpTeaching Pro Subscription offers a good deal more. With more flexibility when it comes to the  creation of and scheduling of unlimited online tests and worksheets, you can endlessly provide your students with new topics and interests. You can also access and use online lessons for a plethora of topics, and you can even send up to 500 students into their Test Room. I only have two, but you know, maybe you want to share what you have created with other teachers and homeschoolers!

You can browse tests and work sheets fromthe following topics:

  • All Worksheets By Subject

  • Arts
  • Early Education
  • English Language Arts
  • Life Skills
  • Math
  • Physical Education
  • Science
  • Seasonal and Holidays
  • Social Studies
  • Study Skills/Strategies
  • Vocational Education
  • Word Searches new!
  • Common Core ELA Worksheets

  • Common Core Math Worksheets

  • Math Worksheet Generators new!

  • Printable Game Generators new!

One of my favorite area is titled:

30 Things I wish I learned in High School

Why? because there are quite a lot of things that it would be great for young people to learn which really have very little to do with academics, such as:

  1. Basic study skills
  2. Time management
  3. How to practice self-care
  4. How to Navigate the healthcare system
  5. Healthy habits
  6. How to prepare a meal
  7. Simple household tasks
  8. Basic car maintenance
  9. How to buy a car
  10. Get a credit card (and use it wisely)
  11. The basics of saving and investing
  12. How to get through college without student loans
  13. Setting and achieving realistic goals
  14. How to handle failure and rejection
  15. Negotiation skills

And that is only HALF! With each one, there is information to help you. this section would not be a bad thing to check out if you are an adult, and either need a refresher or simply never learned these things.

HelpTeaching.com even has their own blog!

Here is a nice little chart from HelpTeaching.com to show you the difference between the free membership and the HelpTeaching Pro Subscription:

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I love using the HelpTeaching Pro Subscription for my boys! It enables me to both create and use already created materials at a moments notice, which works in our household.

Please don’t just take my word for it, go and see what 29 other Review Crew families think, and how they are using HelpTeaching Pro Subscription with their families by clicking the banner just below.

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