Skip to main content

CTC Math Review

CTCMath Review

Hey neighbors!

Here is another one of our homeschool reviews.  This time we have CTC Math.  This is an online math curriculum where there is a 12 Month Family Plan that works great for homeschoolers.  It is $118.80 for the entire family for a year!  You will be able to create accounts for each of your children, up to ten students.  Each child will have their own sign in and password.

I created an account for both of my daughters, M and M.  They each have their own sign in and I receive emailed reports of their progress.  I can also sign in my own account and review their work.  With the 12 Month Family Plan you receive unlimited access to Kindergarten through Trigonometry.  That means all grade levels through high school.

CTC Math allows your child/children to learn at their own speed.  They can stop at any time and rewind any lesson they want.  This allows them to watch the lesson over until they feel like they have mastered the skill.  I really like this feature.  I can remember with my older children getting frustrated when they did not catch on and I had to explain the process over and over again.  This has made teaching math a little easier.  Most lessons are approx. 5 minutes in length. Once the video lesson is over there is a set of questions to be answered.  You can also print off a worksheet if you desire.  We never used this option ourselves, but this would allow a physical worksheet to be used.

Both of my daughters have enjoyed using CTC Math.  Since quite a bit of our school is already on the computer this fit in perfectly with our school schedule. and set up.  The girls stated that they both feel like they are learning more than they did when we worked out of a physical math book.  They have actually chosen to do several lessons in one day!  Another benefit of the CTC Math is that you can do the class on an iPad.  This is so convenient for us when traveling.  On a side note, my daughter enjoys the teacher's accent!

The program is also perfect for review work for students who need improvement in a certain area.  We used this for my older daughter to review a few areas she felt the need for some extra work in.  She is able to skip a lesson and move on to another at any time.  She does not have to work straight through.  The younger of the two girls has been working through from approx. where she was in her previous math class.  She has shown a marked improvement.  I definitely recommend CTC Math.

Oh, and lest I forget, there are also speed drills.  These are fun to do!  Here they are competing with the clock.  There are several levels to choose from and they cover different skills.  Your child can practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, division with remainder and operations.

You can visit their website and sign up for a free trial to get a feel for the program.  This will allow you and your child to see what you think.

Be sure to check out their Facebook page!

Take a moment to read what other Crew members thought of the program by clicking on the banner below.

CTCmath Review

Crew Disclaimer


Popular posts from this blog

Prilosec OTC $25 Rebate plus a $100 AMEX Giveaway

Hey Neighbors! Do you suffer from heartburn? I do sometimes. I personally can not eat really spicy foods. Problem? I LOVE MEXICAN! So does my whole family. My husband enjoys really spicy foods and sometimes suffers from it. Solution? Have you heard about Prilosec OTC? If not perhaps you would like to try it. Prilosec OTC has a special offer going on right now through February 15th. Buy 2 Prilosec OTC and get $25 back. Now, I personally have not tried Prilosec OTC yet. But according to the site: "How and Why Prilosec OTC® Works Prilosec OTC Blocks Heartburn When you eat, millions of tiny pumps in your stomach lining create acid to break down food. Normally your lower esophageal sphincter (LES) works as a door, opening and closing to let food pass from your esophagus HEARTBURN GLOSSARY Esophagus: Tube connecting the mouth to the stomach; a passageway for food; part of the digestive

What To Do About Those Fuzzy Uninvited Guests In The Home

When we talk about pests in the home, the most common that we tend to deal with are the creepy-crawlies that find their way in. Ants, termites, and spiders, for instance. Occasionally though, you have a real chance of getting a much bigger, fuzzier unwanted guest in the home. What do you do about the fact your home is at risk of becoming a wildlife sanctuary for some truly unhealthy and even dangerous beasts? Picture by Alexas_Fotos Know the signs It doesn’t matter if you’re in a suburban home, a country cottage, or a fourth-floor apartment. Some animals can find their way just about anywhere. It’s worth knowing the signs of pest infestation so you can confirm it and act on it immediately. Spotting droppings, keeping an ear out for scratching, and looking for signs of nesting like shredded paper, scrunched leaves, and grass clippings around the home without explanation can help you start fighting back. Picture by wolfgang_vodt Cleanliness is key If there’s

10 Things You Need To Do Before Moving Abroad

From There is nothing more fulfilling than travelling the world and visiting new and exciting places. If you’re a fan of travel , then you might have thought about moving abroad at some point. Unfortunately, there is a lot to do before you can get on the plane, with finding accommodations and a job being the most important. If you’re moving abroad soon, or think that it’s something that you’d like to do in the future, then here are ten things that you need to do before you start your new life. 1. Visit The Country Plenty of people move abroad without visiting the country first. Although this is fine to do, as long as you’ve done plenty of research on the country, it makes much more sense to visit the country first. This way you can get used to the culture, and will know in advance whether or not the country is somewhere that you’d actually like to live. 2. Research The Country You need to do lots of research before you move abroad, especially if you haven’t visited the count