Wednesday, October 27, 2010

ClickN Kids Online Learning Program Review

ClickN Kids Review by VS Grenier

I love when companies contact us for a review. Why? Because we have the best testers around . . . our kids! When we were contacted by ClickN Kids to do a review, I was really excited. We’ve had them as advertisers on our sites for a couple of years now. I have even thought about signing up for their program in the past. I just get busy and never got around to doing, but now I will after taking it for a test run with my five year old daughter. The programs are great tool to help your child retain the knowledge they learned during the previous school year and to prepared when they re-enter in the fall. However, another reason why I love the program is because my daughter is in speech therapy and has been for just over a year now. I work with her every night on target sounds and words with those target sounds. The flash cards are fine, but after using the ClickN Kids program for just a little over two weeks . . . my husband and I were both impressed at how fast she improved. 

The ClickN Kids programs are very user friendly. They are completely online-based learning programs, but do not be fooled into thinking this is like JumpStart. It’s not! Your child will have a set lesson plan, which you can easily access wherever there is internet access. With the secure parent password your child cannot access the setup area of your account so you have no worries letting them login on their own. In addition, you can choose between Reading and/or Spelling. The spelling program was a bit advanced for my daughter; however, I played around with it. I wasn’t a great speller when I was young and having a program like this would have helped me a lot.

If your child is having problems with reading and/or spelling, ClickN Kids is something you will want to check out. This is also a great program for teachers and schools. They even offer setup for classroom use making learning fun.

LikeKidZui™, a FREE child-safe browser program you can download and install on your computer to keep your children safe while using online programs, also recognizes ClickN Kids.  Your child can even use the KidZui program to go on the internet and use ClickN KIDS programs instead of your usual browser program, such as Internet Explorer.

Another great thing ClickN Kids does for their customer is once a month ClickN KIDS mails checks to their customers for referring new customers!  They pay you $5.00 for every home and school account. What a great way to say thank you for spreading the word about ClickN Kids.

Special Drawing from ClickN Kids!

ClickN Kids has offered one lucky reader their choice of a ClickN Read or a ClickN Spell account. To enter the drawing you need to:

  1. Visit the ClickN Kids site, try the ClickN Read and ClickN Spell FREE lessons on the homepage and then leave a comment about what you learned on the program in the comments section of this post.
  2. You must “Like” the ClickN Kids FACEBOOK fan page.
  3. You must “Follow” the ClickN Kids Twitter page @ClickNKids and post a comment saying, “SFC sent me”.
  4. You need to link back to this review.
  5. You need leave let us know you did all the above in the comments section with links to each one.

There will be 3 runners-ups who will receive one of the following books:
Beautiful Oops! by Barney Saltzberg
Mummy Mazes: A Monumental Book by Elizabeth Carpenter
Explore Rocks and Minerals! by Cynthia Light & Nick Brown
The drawing ends on November 30th at 11:59pm MST. Winners will be posted here the following day and will need to email the blog editor, Terri Forehand by December 1st with the requested details listed before another winner is picked.

Your full name, address, phone, email and the type of account (ClickN READ Phonics or ClickN SPELL). We will email you the account login information for your free account.

(Note: SFC was not paid for this review. VS Grenier received the products mentioned above for this review.)

Thank you ClickN Kids for sponsoring this drawing!

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