DreamBox Learning


As a homeschooling mom, I am constantly on the look out for good content for my children. A couple of years ago, I signed my son up for an account with DreamBox Learning and he played for the length of our free trial and then sadly I forgot about DreamBox Learning.

Recently, my daughter has been struggling with the math curriculum that I currently have for her. I do not want to switch gears mid-school year with a new curriculum so I have been looking for other alternatives to help aide her as she struggles to enjoy math. Currently, math is bringing her to tears and we can't have that. Math is fun and I want her to realize this once again.

I remembered DreamBox Learning and how much "fun" my son had "playing" this interactive math web-based game. I knew it was time to revisit DreamBox Learning for my daughter and bring back her love of Math. 

By playing a Math adventure, my daughter willingly performs addition, subtraction, and other concepts necessary for math skills.  Additionally, there are games to play, rewards to earn, tokens to play and achievement awards to print. I think this is the perfect break from our regular curriculum for now.

DreamBox Learning assesses my daughter’s skill level as she plays the games then adjusts the curriculum for adaptive learning. When my daughter logs in to "learn", she is given activities that are at an appropriate level of challenge geared towards her math level. She is gaining more confidence again and becoming less frustrated. The games are fun, the graphics are engaging, and the set-up is designed so perfectly for her to navigate the tasks independently.

I personally love the fact that the DreamBox Learning program automatically sends me a progress report every time my daughter plays as well as updates with helpful tips!

Lastly, DreamBox Learning is a PTPA Award Winner.

If you are a homeschooler, you may sign up for a free trial. There is no software to download. All that is needed is an internet connection.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. My opinions are my own.