We have received a free membership to Smartick to share our personal experiences with you. Today’s post is about the Daily Smartick Reporting & Smartick Parent Page. Our opinions are our own.
I have begun to love Smartick and what it’s doing for my children. They greatly dislike it right now because they think it is below them. They don’t realize how important the math foundations are and that it is solidifying their basic skills. They are improving so so much. They would improve even faster if they would do it every day like they are supposed to and I know when they don’t do it. I get an e-mail of their results every day. If they don’t log in then I get an e-mail that says the failed to finish their daily assessment.
Results of Zoe’s session (10:02 AM – 10:23 AM) OUTSTANDING.
She completed exercises related to the following content:
Adding and Subtracting Fractions
- 38 solved exercises: 36 correct and 2 incorrect (94%).
- Response speed: Extraordinary.
Multiplication and Division Algorithm
- 18 solved exercises: 14 correct and 4 incorrect (77%).
- Response speed: Standard.
Word Problems with Addition and Subtraction
- 1 solved exercise: 1 correct and 0 incorrect (100%).
- Response speed: Slow.
Bonus problem to stimulate mathematical talent
- Correct. She solved this problem successfully. If this pattern continues, these problems will appear more frequently in order to stimulate the development of mathematical talent.
Through the Smartick Parent Page I can keep track of their progress and see which areas they have been working in. I can see how far they have come. They are finding that they know a lot of math skills but their speed is slow. Smartick is helping them focus and learn from their mistakes. It’s also teaching them things they never knew. Just last week, Smartick taught Miles how to do exponents and the difference between base and power of. I’ll be sure to keep you guys updated and share more about the kids portal soon. Oh one other thing I wanted to share was the Motivation center.
In the Smartick Parent Page, I can create goals for them to accomplish. When they finish one of these goals I will then take them shopping. Each one is motivated by something different. For Miles it’s Pokemon cards or video game points, for Zoe, it’s shopping at Justice. Be sure to read our first impressions of Smartick from last month.