EdAlive is an Australian based online learning company that has received many educational awards for their work in creating excellent teaching games for students of all grade levels and ages.
Words Rock Online (Ages 5 – 15 and beyond) adapts to student’s skills as they really get to dig into vocabulary. As they play these vocabulary-based games, they can earn achievements. It allows students to improve on their vocabulary to express their thoughts with clear and meaningful texts. With Words Rock Online, students are awarded with Agent cards for their achievements. This reward system encourages students to keep playing as the game continues to adjust to each individual student’s learning levels.
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Words Rock Online also adapts to student’s abilities. As they play this vocabulary bases game, they also earn achievements. It allows students to improve on their vocabulary to express their thoughts with clear and meaningful texts.
Students can play vs. the computer or other students.
With Words Rock Online, students are awarded Agent cards for their achievements. This reward system encourages students to continue as it continues to adjust to each individual student’s learning levels.
Words Rock Online was not created to be a sole curriculum for students, but to provide them extra practice and allow them "game" time away from textbooks. So it is definitely meant as supplemental material.
Caty has been using this a few weeks now, and she has made some improvements in her sentence creation. I am going to keep her "playing" this summer as we continue to work on her language arts delays.
EdAlive has created all of these programs to work through several different web browsers and computer and mobile devices. Caty is able to play on her tablet through her browser. No need to worry about downloading separate apps for each system that your child may use.
Click below to read the reviews from other members of the Homeschool Review Crew that had the opportunity to use Words Rock Online and other EdAlive programs in their homes over the past few weeks