abc mouse free trial
With school being suspended for the foreseeable future, you’re now placed in the roll of homeschool teacher. And finding engaging educational opportunities on the fly isn’t easy. That’s where ABCmouse.com can help.  ABCmouse.com is offering a 30-day free trial of its educational software to help you and your family out. ABCmouse features 9,000+ activities. These include books, games, printable worksheets, videos, and more. Activities span all subjects and are ideal for ages 2 to 8.

“Large-scale research studies assessing the effectiveness of ABCmouse have concluded that ABCmouse accelerates learning and helps children make significant gains in early literacy and math skills,” says the company’s website.

 

What Is ABCmouse?

ABCmouse is a website that looks to provide everything you and your kids need for a fun online learning experience, spanning toddlers to grade 2. The site features an award-winning curriculum – all self-contained in one convenient location. What awards has it won? A few worth mentioning include: Parent’s Choice Gold Award, Teacher’s Choice Award, and Mom’s Choice Gold Award.

Activities provided span all subjects, including reading, science, math, and art. And don’t worry, it’s not just simple color sheets (although you can get those too!). With ABCmouse, you get interactive games and puzzles, songs, and more.

 

You Can Now Try It Free for 30 Days

“Interruptions in learning due to unanticipated events such as school closures can have significant negative impacts on children’s academic growth and development, as well as on their need for stability and consistency,” the company said in a recent statement. “Particularly when in-school learning isn’t possible, using research-based digital education programs at home can help children stay engaged, provide them valuable learning experiences and maintain some continuity in their lives.”

As a result, ABCmouse is now available free for a month. After the month trial, you can cancel or choose to keep it. Try ABCmouse free with your kids here.

 

Lynn Miller