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Thursday, August 22, 2013

Fun Time with PowerMyLearning

This is a sponsored post written and edited by AmiableAmy on behalf of PowerMyLearning. All opinions and photos (except the logo) are 100% mine.

As a former teacher, I believe children acquire knowledge and learn the most when they are having fun. For that reason, I am very happy and excited to share to all you mommies and daddies out there about the great and modern way of fun learning that would help any parent or teacher in their strategy to re-enforce children's learning potential.

I was introduced to a Website which has an innovative approach; and a computer based learning program called PowerMyLearning. I am delighted to tell you that this learning program is from K2 to 12 and so far, the highest learning technique that I have seen online.

The line of subjects they offered are similar to what is taught in schools like Math, Science, Literacy, Social Studies, Technology and Language as well as Arts and Music. Mostly, they are in a form of game activities that a child would not even think that he or she is learning some lessons. It sharpens their cognitive learning and reasoning as well.
Believe me, I have tried it with Chloe and she loves it! Like most of the children in this generation, Chloe knows how to operate a computer but of course, with an adult supervision. I told her to logged in and once she is in PowerMyLearning site, she was excited to check the featured games.  We focused on K2 and she has all the freedom to choose whatever activity she fancies. 

Favorite PowerMyLearning Educational Games of Chloe 
Geology: Dinosaur Fossils
This is a read along guide for kids. Since Chloe has a curious mind about Dinosaurs, as she browsed and read the facts about them, she has full of excitement. Every time she reads new things, she gained knowledge then; she would turn her head to mommy and giggled. She is having fun! It was very impressive to see her wanting to learn more.
Science: Solid and Liquid Activity
She loves this game and she was experimenting thru the pictures. It was fascinating for her to learn what will happen to a solid when it is heated and a liquid when frozen. As she learns the experiments, she would react in surprising manner. I can see that she was delighted to learn.
The follow along read aloud version of "A Snowy Day Story" is a big hit for Chloe. She loves to read.  To sum it up, in the eyes of Chloe, PowerMyLearning has been her favorite Website for the last 5 days now and I know, this will remain her favorite.  Based on my observation, she has learned a lot from PowerMyLearning. By the way, you can create a free account in PowerMyLearning Website so; you might as well check it out!

Feel Free to Register HERE


  1. My son is 2 and half and I am always looking for stuff he can do to learn on the computer. I know this one is to old for him but it is a great home schooling service. I am thinking about putting him in it in kindergarden.

  2. I agree. Games always make the learning fun and kids are more willing to do it:) Looks like some great stuff to check out!

  3. I love when kids have the chance to learn while they're having fun on the computer!

  4. I will be checking that out for sure, especially since we homeschool and our Leo has issues with some subjects. Thanks for sharing this Amy!!

  5. i love when kids can play and learn

  6. What a great site! My kiddos love playing video games and the computer - I love when I can have them do what they love while learning things!

  7. I haven't got G to the computer very much as I want to introduce him first to writing on a sheet, coloring books and reading on real books. By the time he'll get used to it, I'll introduce him to computer learning. Nice program, will keep this in mind.

  8. I agree on that too. Kids love to have fun and that's how they learn things, good thing technology is of big help these days. There are software and apps available online for our kids educational tools.

  9. Very interesting program for kid's learning, I do believe when it's a teacher who gave me some advice for they know more than i do.

  10. Thanks for sharing this, I allow my kids 30 minutes in my computer when they don't have homework but they only play game from the school website.

  11. Thanks for the info. I have to try my son on this. He is a computer wiz and already loves games. This is perfect.


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