A Brainsprays lesson is started when the parent or the child say's the lesson name. That name is part of the learning process.
The very first question your child will hear a Brainsprays lesson ask is "What would you like to win today?"
Every lesson has a clue (or "hack") that very small children can understand and use to help them solve math problems.
One on one engagement, regardless of the medium or channel, is almost always superior to group instruction.
Brainsprays' lessons account for a maybe 1/100th of learning effort. Existing tools you love are still useful.
Brainsprays recommends specific iPad/Tablet apps from trusted sources, our Alexa lessons are a learning lever.
Our Goal is Simple
1 Million Preschoolers Solving 81 Addition Problems
For the past several decades there's been one constant in primary and secondary education in the US: our children are far behind their global peers of the same age in math.
In Singapore, for instance, the average student is 3.5 years ahead of the average American student in math.
Some have proposed longer school years, higher teacher pay and even paying children to go to school. The MathHacks solution, while simple, is a proven, low or no cost alternative that relies on three core advantages:
● Get results faster (weeks, not years)● Gets results sooner (before they get to first grade, not after)● Get children motivated to use the skills they learned