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ABC Mouse Review

Name: ABC Mouse

Best For: Children ages 2-7

abcmouse.comWebsite: http://www.abcmouse.com

Cost: There is a 30 Day Free Trial. $7.95 per month, then after.

Overall Rating: 4.5/5 stars

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What is ABC Mouse?

ABC Mouse is an online learning platform for children, ages 2-7. There are six academic levels so your child can grow at their own pace. There are 450 lessons throughout the six levels and as your child completes each lesson, he or she is guided to the next one. Plus, ABC Mouse keeps motivation to continue learning by their Tickets and Rewards System.

The lessons of the Step-by-Step Learning Path consist of books, puzzles, games, songs, art activities, and/or printables that relate to a specific topic. Each lesson offers children several different ways to learn, in accordance with the recommendations of early childhood experts.

So, in short, ABCMouse.com is a full preschool and early childhood development program, compacted into one program – All for less than $10 per month.

What Lead Me To ABC Mouse?

I have a super active, super creative and super rambunctious three year old daughter that was not getting proper learning development. She wasn’t in daycare because of cost and I worked from home 60 hours a week. Needless to say, I was not in a position to help her to learn her ABCs and 123s in the manner that I should have. That is when I turned to educational movies, like Leap Frog.

While I worked, my daughter “went to school”.

This was an incredible arrangement and her learning levels started to improve, but it still wasn’t what I wanted for her.

That’s when a friend introduced me to ABC Mouse.

My Experience With ABC Mouse

Alright Dads, let me first start by saying that I have no financial affiliation with ABC Mouse, nor do would I need to, to give an incredible review. I am just astounded by the progress my child has shown, both in the program and in her everyday life.

As stated above, there are six learning leaves for ages 2 – 7. In those these, there are lessons that use books, puzzles, games, songs, art activities, and/or printables for teaching. Now, this is not a “turn it on and walk away” type of program. You will need to help your child through.

What I did was set my daughter up next me during the work day. She completed 3 lessons with me and then got to go play outside or in the playroom for an hour. Then she came back and did 3 more.

This allowed me to break up my working schedule to accommodate her learning schedule. The main reason I wasn’t teaching her before is because I really didn’t know what to do other than sing “ABC” and “123”.

After she did this process for a total of 6 lessons, she got to watch an educational move – Little Eisenstein, Octonauts, Curious George, Leap Frog, etc.

Of course work in nap and such, as well.

In any case, this learning schedule I made helped me connect with my child, helped my child develop her mind and learning skills and help our household become much more smooth running.

My Overall Opinion

I truly believe every child would benefit from using this program. It’s effective, it’s fun and it really does make a tremendous difference. Plus, because of ABC Mouse, my daughter is even more excited to start Pre-K in the fall.

The only issue I had was learning how it all worked. I wish they would have had a more comprehensive step by step for parents.

Because of that, I give ABCMouse.com a 9 out of 10!