Harold loves to be the one to click on the orange "start" button to begin his challenge time. There are only 5 games scheduled per session, so a child will have some computer time, but a parent does not need to be concerned that their child is spending too much time in front of the screen. That said, what better way to spend time in front of a screen, than by boosting IQ?
Harold and Hannah both look forward to their La La Logic time on the computer.
But La La Logic is much more than just the twice weekly computer time.
After they had a chance to sort them, we made La La Logic Sorting Books.
Over the last seven weeks, the children have also had the following worksheets: Shadow Matching, One-to-One Corresponding, Coloring shapes according to a key and figuring out more and less, Matching pairs of shoes, Sequencing, and Odd One Out.
The second enrichment activity that week, was to have the child count as they poured an object back and forth. We used blue pompoms as a part of our Poppins Book Nook unit on berries.
All of the children had a a blast scrambling these toys and taking one or more away.
With the picture study, I was able to have a great discussion about the picture with the younger children and then they dictated a story to me on the second day. I also had the older girls write their own story on lined paper.
I love the wide variety of activities that are included with La La Logic. These activities are all based on IQ tests, so I know the children are working on those critical thinking skills which are so important. Not only that, but each day's activity is just the right length for these younger children with short attention spans. While the brain challenges are a bit easy for the older girls at the beginning of the program, they still enjoy doing them, and I can have them work in the Continuous Brain Challenges mode, so they can go at a pace that is right for them. It is also important to me that the enrichment activities have allowed the older girls to not only participate, but take a guiding role with their younger siblings.
I highly recommend La La Logic Preschool Curriculum as a fun, yet challenging program for young children. There is time for independent work, plus time for mom (or dad, or older sibling) to join in and guide the child.
This 100 week program is available for a $29.00 one time fee. You will have access to all 100 weeks at once for up to 5 children. As it is a lifetime membership, younger children can be added in at a later date. There is also a 30 day money-back guarantee.
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