Computer-based games | Classroom Reviews

Readorium – Ingenious & Affordable Web-based Reading Comprehension & Science Literacy Program

https://www.readorium.com/homeschool/ 201-836-8403 by Michael Leppert Readorium is a revolutionary, web-based reading comprehension and science program (for students in grades 3-8) that allows any student at any reading level to develop his/her skills and knowledge, while enjoying it at the same time. Recent brain research has demonstrated that in developing or improving a skill, new synapses […]

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Help Your Students To Get Ahead with Mercury Learning Systems

by Matt Barnabei Memory, from a psychological standpoint, is the process in which the brain receives, records and recalls information. In regards to learning, the better a child’s memory is, the faster s/he will grasp a concept and be able to move forward. Mercury Learning Systems LLC has developed a number of techniques that are […]

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Math Gym — Improve Math Skills the Fun and Effective Way

http://www.themathgym.com/ and www.amoebamath.com Amoeba Math and the Math Gym board game, make learning, practicing and understanding math entertaining and non-intimidating for kids (and adults) of all ages and skill levels. Amoeba Math, a computer game, does not teach concepts, but reinforces the memorization of math facts by presenting various types and difficulties of math problems. […]

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Talking Fingers

Read, Write & Type Learning System (RWTLS) Talking Fingers Software, Inc. 830 Rincon Way San Rafael, California 94901 Ph: 415.472.3103; Toll Free: 800.674.9126 E-mail: contact@talkingfingers.com www.talkingfingers.com by Michael Leppert Fortunately for all homeschoolers who enjoy using their computers as educational assistants, software designers never seem to rest! There are great educational products constantly being developed […]

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