Want to help your child keep up their math skills this school year and have fun at the same time? Check out Revolution Math, an innovative web-based program that your child will love. Get your first month plus a learning kit for $5.
This spring, I discovered Revolution Math, and it has been a game-changer for my kids. If you are looking for an educational program that will engage, teach and stimulate your child all at the same time — you are going to love Revolution. Plus, the first month is only $5.
About Revolution Math
Revolution Math is a weekly program where your child joins a live math tutor and 2-3 other children their age for a live math adventure session. The lessons are story-based, and the children solve math problems independently and together to keep the story going. Nothing is pre-recorded. The lesson is completely real-time.
I signed Adeline up for the $5 trial and literally, after the first lesson, we were sold. Adeline went from being nervous about meeting a few new kids and not knowing what the program would be like to loving her hour of Revolution Math so much that she asked me if she could do it every day. The second week, she woke up on Monday and the first thing she said to me was, “I'm so excited for today.” When I asked her why, she replied with delight, “It's Revolution Math day!!” I'm not making this up. She L O V E S it.
The program is geared toward 2nd through 5th graders, though my understanding is that many parents enroll 1st and 6th graders too. Revolution Math is designed to be an after-school program so the hour-long slots are in the afternoon and evening. We live in central time and when I enrolled I saw lessons starting as early as 2 pm.
Revolution Math is offering an incredible deal right now— click my exclusive link to get the first month for ONLY $5. With the $5 enrollment, your child receive a full Revolution Math learning kit in the mail (it includes masks, dice, graph paper, a protractor, and other math manipulatives that your child will use each week).
I cannot tell adequately express how much Adeline loves it. After her first lesson, we decided to sign Elias up too! Think of it like pod learning at home.
As a parent, I was impressed by the lessons, the way the teacher engaged with the children, and the follow-up. Every week I have gotten an email from my kids' teachers letting me know how she is doing and what the lesson for the week included. It's truly a remarkable program. Plus it's only $5 to try! 🙂 I think if you have a child in elementary school, it is 1000% worth doing the trial.
How To Enroll for $5
Revolution Math is offering that all new students can try the program for one month for just $5. Here's how to sign up:
Click here to access Revolution Math
Enter your name and email address
Select a grade level for your child and a day for the one-hour class, with a real teachers + 2-3 other students from around the country
Select your class slot
Enter your payment information and you'll just pay $5
Also, in case you are wondering, is it easy to cancel? Yes. Revolution Math will send you an email asking if you would like to continue with the subscription and you can continue or opt-out. Easy peasy.
This deal is ending soon, so don't miss your chance to help your child for only $5.
Amazon currently has several best-selling home books on sale for 40-50% off retail. If you are looking for some inspiration for your own home or to stock up on a few gifts, these books are priced to buy. Pricing can change at any point, so shop now and lock in these affordable prices. Links are affiliate links.
Welcome Home: A Cozy Minimalist Guide to Decorating and Hosting All Year Round – This just released this week and is on mega-sale. Not sure how long the price will hold, so I would order a few copies to have on hand to give as gifts for Christmas, housewarming gifts, birthdays, etc. It is GORGEOUS and my new favorite gift book.
The Home Edit Life: The No-Guilt Guide to Owning What You Want and Organizing Everything: The Home Edit's brand new release, tying in with their hit Netflix show.
The Home Edit: A Guide to Organizing and Realizing Your House Goals: This is the Home Edit's first book and contains organizing labels.
Inspire Your Home: Easy Affordable Ideas to Make Every Room Glamorous: If your style is more glam, this book is for you.
Homebody: A Guide to Creating Spaces You Never Want to Leave: For every woman who loves Joanna Gaines.
This post is sponsored by Regions Bank, member FDIC. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Teaching our kids about family finances, saving, and personal spending are important lessons. Yet, it can feel daunting for many parents – me included.
This is one of the reasons why I am so glad to be working with Regions Bank this year: to have honest conversations about money, share what works for our family and what I am learning.
Recently, I was part of a free webinar for parents and caregivers called: Money Matters: Talking to Your Kids About Money. In the 45-minute session, I chatted with two Regions Bank associates from the Next Step financial wellness team all about ways we can incorporate money lessons into everyday with our kids.
I know life is busy, but I want to encourage you to take a bit of time to listen to this webinar. You could even pop it on while you are getting ready in the morning or cooking a meal. It is chock full of useful information like:
- Ways to talk about money with kids during common occurrences like grocery shopping
- Why giving to others is an important lesson for kids
- Considerations for allowances
- Free resources for you to teach your kids important money management skills and facts
You do not have to be a Regions customer to listen to this webinar. To access the webinar, click here.
Right now Amazon has several Lego Advent calendars marked down $10 off. Amazon prices change at any moment. We generally don't see Lego calendars get cheaper than this, so I would order now and save for December. Popular styles sell out every year. I've also shared a few other sets that are not lego, but are priced really well. Affiliate links used in this post.
Lego city Advent calendar
Do your kids listen to audio books? My kids love audio books! My five-year-old has been loving listening to stories lately, which I love because he can do it when I am not able to read to him, such as while I am cooking dinner or in-between virtual learning lessons.
Amazon has hundreds of books priced at extremely low prices. In fact, all of these books on this list are between 41 cents and 1.37 cents a piece! If your child listens to the books on an iphone or tablet with the audible app, many of them also show the pictures from the books. We have found that for some reason the pictures don't come through on our Amazon fire stick though for our TV.
Mother Bruce: A funny and engaging book about a bear that becomes a mom to goslings.
The Water Princess: A wonderful story that tackles the issue of clean drinking water around the world.
Miss Nelson is Missing: A great story about kids learning to appreciate their teacher.
You are (Not) Small: This teaches the lesson that size doesn't matter, and it depends on who you're measuring up against.
Little Hoot: This book has been one of our favorite's for the past decade. 5-star rating by all three kids.
Someday: A beautiful story dealing with the circle of life.
Madeline's Rescue: Any of the Madeline books are a hit, and this one is no different.
Little Toot: A great take on “The Little Engine that Could.”
Extra Yarn: This book teaches kids the importance of being kind to people and how being kind can change things for the better.
Children Make Terrible Pets: This does a good job of teaching kids to appreciate the diversity of people.
Happy Birthday Moon: A great classic.
Me… Jane: Girls can do ANYTHING!!
Mushroom in the Rain: Teach kids to share with this wonderful story.
Goodnight Moon: This is a classic that you can enjoy over and over again.
Mighty Mighty Construction Site: Come along while our favorite construction vehicles learn about teamwork, working together and friendship.
Groovy Joe Dance Party Countdown: Fun story about including everyone in this dance party.
The Little Red Hen: Another classic that every family should own.
Strega Nona: How will Strega Nona get the magic pot to quit making pasta?
Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel: This story talks about the importance of adapting.
The Biggest Bear: This book is also a classic story, but does have a bit of violence in it.
Caps for Sale: This great story follows a peddler and some monkey business.
How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? Touching story about bedtime rituals.
How Do Dinosaurs Learn to Read? Learn the importance of reading in this funny story.
Harold's Fairy Tales: Encourage imagination in this fun classic.
Max's Christmas: Follow adorable and sometimes mischievous Max as he tries to stay up late on Christmas Eve to meet Santa.
Millions of Cats: How many cats is too many?
School's First Day of School: Great read about the first day of school jitters.
Pinkerton Behave: Pinkerton saves his family from a burglar in this story.
Case for Loving: The Fight for Interracial Marriage: This story helps you appreciate that all families are different.
Hot Hippo: A cute story about why hippos live in the water.
Brave Irene: This is a good story that talks about perseverance, and importance of hard work to succeed.
The Day Jimmy's Boa Ate the Wash: Steven Kellogg does it again with this funny story!
Max's Chocolate Chicken: Max is up to it again with this story about an Easter Egg hunt.
Tallyho, Pinkerton: Pinkerton gets into trouble again when he takes a trip into the woods with his sidekick, Rose.
Mr. Rabbit and the Lovely Present: A rabbit tries very hard to help a little girl come up with gift ideas for her mom.
The Little House: What will this little house do as the world around her continues to change?
Miss Nelson has a Field Day: Viola Swamp whips the football team into shape for the big Thanksgiving game.
Harold and the Purple Crayon: A great bedtime story that encourages quiet imagination.
The Napping House: How can a small flea disrupt a huge pile of sleeping animals and humans?
Where the Wild Things Are: What will happen when a little boy doesn't behave and is sent to his room without dinner?
Leo A Ghost Story: This sweet ghost just wants to be a good friend.
Georgie: A sweet story about a ghost looking for a new home.
Curious George Rides a Bike: Follow along with this cute monkey and his adventures with a traveling circus.
The Snowy Day: This is a classic for everyone.
A Kiss for Little Bear: Little Bear creates a picture for his grandmother and she sends a kiss back to him.
Stick and Stone: Cute story teaching kids about friendship.
Whistle for Willie: Peter wants to learn to whistle so he can call his dog, Willie.
This is the Rope: This is about a family's journey during the Great Migration, and a jump rope that becomes very special.
All the Colors of the Earth: Diversity shines in this great story.
Llama Llama Red Pajama: (I am including this one because it is 20 books, so it works out to 50 cents a book)