Would you like to start teaching your child at home, but you’re not sure where to start? Would you like to do something educational with your child that doesn’t take a great deal of time?
La La Logic was developed by a homeschooling mom of three who was dismayed at the emphasis placed on academics for early learners at the cost of cognitive development. La La Logic curriculum is based on a number of IQ tests including The Bracken School Readiness Assessment and Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence, just to name a few.
La La Logic takes a multi-sensory approach and will encourage your child to become a lifelong learner. Best of all, the curriculum is not entirely online based and only takes a few minutes a day!
More Details about La La Logic
La La Logic targets children 3 to 6 years old, though I imagine a 2.5 year old could do this program with more help from a parent. The program consists of 100 weeks of curriculum, with each week consisting of 4 to 5 days of work. The fee is $29 for a lifetime subscription, which I find very reasonable for the content.
How Does a Child Use La La Logic?
On Monday, the child, with the parent’s assistance, does an online Brain Challenge. Activities include things like dropping all of one letter from a tree into a bucket or matching a geometric pattern shown. Especially for younger children, the parent’s help on this day is essential.
On Tuesday, the child is assigned an enrichment set. This is done offline. For instance, the parent might be given a short story to read to the child (included in the program), and then one of the enrichment activities asks the child to retell the story to the parent.
On Wednesday, the child does the Brain Challenge independently on the computer and then does an offline worksheet.
On Thursday, the child does another enrichment activity offline that is related to, though not the same as, Tuesday’s enrichment.
On Friday, the child can do another Brain Challenge, if she chooses.
The program also has a continuous Brain Challenge mode, so the child can spend time going through as many brain challenges as she would like.
In total, the program takes no more than 10 to 15 minutes a day, yet your child’s brain is growing and developing during that time. In addition, the program gradually increases in difficulty to reduce your child’s frustration.
If your child really likes the program, you could do two activities in one day and complete the program in less than 100 weeks. The most important thing to do is to do the program at your child’s pace.
Have you tried La La Logic for your child? Would you be interested in doing so if you haven’t already?