Monday, July 30, 2012

CREW Review- SchoolhouseTeachers

This is a tough review.  I am just going to say it.  I have had a hard time deciding where to even start!

SchoolhouseTeachers, a brainchild of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, is an incredible website with a wealth of information, curriculum, encouragement, and on and on and on!  Seriously, every time I go to this website I either find something new or a new favorite.  Most of the time, BOTH!

I want to cover a few of the areas that have been the biggest blessing to our family, but I encourage you to jump on the site and see for yourself all of the ways to use this incredible storehouse.

Sample pages can be accessed here!

From The Schoolhouse Dailies to the Schoolhouse Teachers tabs you will find ready to print lessons for the month, week or day and are updated continually.  Right now, we are downloading lessons each day to correspond with the Olympics.  How cool is that?  I have especially loved the dailies and used the math, art, grammar and history ones the most.  With just a click, you have a great review for your child or a new concept to teach.  The best part- these lessons are presented by some of the biggest names in homeschooling.  When you cannot afford to take complete classes from the top educators, this is a great way to get a lessons from them.  Subjects are offered to teach Kindergarten to seniors in high school.

Yes, FREE!  Each month you are able to download a free book.  I love free!  These mom favorites are a great way to keep up with new ideas, writers and concepts.  Some are very topic specific, while others just offer a wide range of information.  In addition, the longer you have a membership, the more bonus books you can access- again, for free.  LOVE IT!

This is one of the most popular parts of the site, I am convinced.  Even before our review period began, fellow CREW members were ranting about how amazing these planners were.  I now see why.  With five different choices, there is sure to be one you will love.  Or more!  Not only are they filled with calendar and scheduling pages, but also charts, checklists, book lists and more. 

So where to start?  Definitely on the site tour page.  This video will give you a good grasp of what is available and how to get started.  Trust me, otherwise you will wander the site in awe and amazement, but be totally overwhelmed.

Next, sign yourself up!  Schoolhouse Teachers is only $1.00 for the first month and $5.95 per month after that.  A great buy for all the curriculum alone, not to mention all of the fun extras!

Click on the banner below to see what fellow CREW members had to say about Schoolhouse Teachers.


Disclaimer- Our family received a free year's subscription to Schoolhouse Teachers in exchange for our honest review of this product.  The views expressed are our own and were not affected by the company.

Friday, July 27, 2012

The Last One!

 3 down, 1 to go.  With Kindergarten, that is. 

Yes, I am teaching Kindergarten for the last time.  I can hardly believe that 13 years ago I taught it for the first time, and four years later-taught it again, and four years later-taught it again. 
This is it!  I can do it!  (That has been my battle cry for the past three weeks!)

Hello, Saxon Math.  Again
Hello, My Father's World.  Again
Hello, Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons.  Again
Hello, Handwriting.  Again
Hello, God's Wonderful World.  Again

Oh my word, I think I can teach some of those with my eyes closed.  Word for word.  Really!
Thank goodness for the few new things we have added recently and our ongoing reviews.  Keeps me from getting bored. ;)

Of course, schooling a spirited child keeps you from getting bored as well.  We keep a faster pace, to keep him interested.  We play a lot of games, to keep him interested.  We use the computer more, to keep him interested.  We change locations a lot.  Again, to keep him interested.  You get the idea.  Kindergarten has never been more challenging, I think.

But then I remember-

The oldest, who cried for the first 3-4 years of schooling.  She was a perfectionist who did not like to get anything wrong.  Ever!  Not to mention she missed a daddy that was deployed all. the. time!
The 2nd child with whom I could not figure out how to school and nurse a new baby at the same time. 
The 1st boy, my slow to learn reader who had a completely different learning style as his sisters.

And now- well, it's just me and the littlest.  One sibling headed to college and the two others that practically school themselves.

Hmmmmm, now that I think about it, schooling has never been easier!

I get to keep a faster pace, play a lot of games, use the computer more, and change locations a lot!

Bring it on, Kindergarten!  CJ and I are ready to learn!

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

CREW Review- No Nonsense Algebra


Does just the sound of the word instill fear in your heart or in the heart of your kids? 

Yep, us too!

Enter Richard W. Fisher, developer of No-Nonsense Algebra, from Math Essentials.  Fear, be gone!

In just 209 pages and about 20 minutes a day, Mr. Fisher makes Algebra not only understandable but also a lot less scary.  Yes, you read that right- 20 minutes a day!  I love it already and so do my kids.

Chapters include:
     Necessary Tools for Algebra
     Solving Equations
     Graphing and Analyzing Linear Equations
     Solving and Graphing Inequalities
     Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities
     Rational Expressions
     Radical Expressions and Geometry
     Quadratic Equations
     Algebraic Word Problems

Each lesson is broken down into four parts: the Introduction which teaches the concept, the examples which Mr. Fisher encourages the student to write out for better understanding, the exercises and a quick 4 problem review.  Chapters are followed by a review and then there is a final review of all materials at the end of the book.  (Think test)  A glossary of terms and the answers are also found at the back of the book.

What we found to the best part of the program are the online video lessons.  Quick, but thorough lessons are done on a whiteboard for every lesson and are an essential element to learning.  My daughters loved that Mr. Fisher moved quickly along, not dragging out the lessons with unnecessary fluff.  His teaching is clear and concise- making each subject easy to learn.

Since both of my girls have done Algebra before my oldest daughter, who is preparing to take the Algebra CLEP, has been using the book and videos as a review.  Having not taken Algebra in three years she found No-Nonsense Algebra to be a great review and preferred the way the lessons were taught to how she had learned previously.  My second daughter, who just completed Algebra, enjoyed Mr. Fisher's simple book layout and shorter assignments.

Looks like we have found a new Algebra program for the boys!

We also received the Mastering Essential Math Skills- Geometry book to review.  A shorter book at only 63 pages, each lesson is set up like Non-Nonsense Algebra and will require only about 20 minutes a day as well.  We have only worked through a few pages so far, but like we we see.  This book is meant to be a review/practice type book and does not come with video lessons.

No-Nonsense Algebra can be purchased for $27.95 here which includes the book and access to the online videos.  The Geometry book, plus several others like it, can be purchased for $11.95 here

From the website-
"Only 4 out of every 10 eighth graders are proficient in Math, and by grade twelve, only 2 out of 10!"

"Use Rick Fisher's Mastering Essential Math Skills for 20 minutes a day as directed. If you don't see what you feel are dramatically improved math test scores, send us a note saying so. You'll receive a prompt, complete refund - no questions asked!"

With this price and this guarantee, I don't think you can go wrong!

To see what fellow CREW members had to say about No-Nonsense Algebra and other Math Essential products click on the banner.

Disclaimer- Our family received No-Nonsense Algebra and Mastering Math Essentials- Geometry in exchange for our honest review of the products.  The views expressed are our own and were not influenced by the company in any way.

Monday, July 23, 2012

Guest post from ALP- Christian Romance and Why I Gave it Up

Guest post from my 18 year old daughter.  Enjoy!

“Christian” Romance and Why I Gave it Up

(All Scripture taken from the KJV)

Note: This post is not meant to be judgmental, nor do I desire to call anyone out. This is simply something that I have dealt with in my life and that I see many girls and ladies dealing with. Comments (even those that disagree) are encouraged and welcomed, however, as Ephesians 4:29 says, “Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers.”

I like to read. A lot.  In fact, I have often gotten in trouble for reading when I was supposed to be doing something such as school or even eating or sleeping.  And contrary to what you might expect, especially coming from someone who personally owns over 400 books (I know, I know, I have issues), selecting a book to read can be a challenge.  Sometimes books masquerade as good Christian books but really are not.  I have found Christen Romance books to be a prime example.

                Now, is there a verse in the Bible that specifically forbids reading Christian romance?  No. However, there are some verses that pertain to it. Song of Songs 8:4 says: “I charge you, O daughters of Jerusalem, that ye stir not up, nor awake my love, until he please.”  When we (girls and even married ladies alike) read romance of any sort it can stir up feeling in us that we might not have had otherwise.  The written word is powerful!  Song of Songs exhorts us to not awaken love until the right time.  Proverbs 4:23 says “Keep thy heart with all diligence; for out of it are the issues of life. A different translation says “guard your heart.”  Unfortunately, by awakening love before God’s appointed time we aren't keeping or guarding our hearts, but opening them up to things we may not be ready to be exposed to.  Finally, Philippians 4:7-8 says “And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.”  I am not saying that all Christian romance novels are impure, but if they are causing us to be impure or to think impure thoughts then they are not things that God calls us to think on or have anything to do with.  It is also easy to let our minds wander from reality; comparing ourselves to girls in books and being deceived by unrealistic scenarios.

If we were to be honest with ourselves we would find that most supposedly “Christian” romance novels are just romance novels that use implications instead of explicitness or have a main character that goes to church and/or is Amish.

 I have found that the “Christian” romances that I once read did not draw me closer to God or point me to Christ, but took up time that could have been spent in much more profitable ways. They also gave me unrealistic expectations and ideas of both men and marriage.  Christian or not, most men do not ride up on white horses or even catch girls’ eyes from across the room.  Good relationships are built through time and God’s leading.  That can be tough to hear!  Trust me, I have read my share of Amish and Christian romance.  It was tough for me to hear this message from someone several years ago, and even tougher to admit that I had wasted so much time reading junk that I had justified as “Christian.”  As the Lord worked in my heart I began to see what I had been reading in a new light.

Guarding our hearts requires more than just not reading the obvious steamy romances;  it requires full submission to God and the willingness to give up things for Him.  We have a saying in our family; She who is most defensive or offended is probably the most convicted.  I know it is true because it often applies to me.  So before you get defensive and prove that you are convicted, =) I would encourage you to take a good, long look at what you are reading and why you are reading it, and let God work in your heart.

Blessings, ALP
Womanhood With Purpose

Friday, July 20, 2012

CREW Review- Jeepers Peepers

Can I just start with the fun first?!
                                                   And then the big kids got in on the fun!

And you should not leave out visiting friends!

Can you tell we LOVE this game?!

Super Duper Publications is an family run company with amazing resources!  The excitement started as soon as the box for the game Jeepers Peepers arrived.  Inside the box you will find 6 colorful plastic glasses, see above pictures, a tub of bingo chips, an electronic spinner, 101 shiny picture cards and 6 "My cue cards".

From the company:
The Ask and Answer Question Game that builds questioning skills, describing skills, categorizing skills, problem solving skills, and more!

The instructions- Put on a pair of glasses, put a picture card in the slot and try to guess what you are by asking someone yes or no questions.  When you guess correctly, you get to push the automatic spinner to determine how many bingo chips you win.  The person with the most chips wins.

Not really!
But fun!

Let's just say there are lots of questions you have to ask to determine you are a rooster, or a taco or a dinosaur of a train.  But with a little work, and maybe a few hints from a helpful friend you can guess the answers.  Honestly, we spent more time giggling than getting the answers correct, but sometimes, isn't that what games and fun are all about?

We also loved that while this was deemed the five years old's game, the whole family,  and visiting friends, got involved and had fun.  A game that can encompass multiple age groups is often hard to find!  Trust me, I know!

Even more special about this game and many others that Super Duper Publications offers is that they are also great for, and many geared for, kids with special needs.  The 280 page catalog is broken down into clearly marked sections covering things like sign language, critical thinking, social skills, Stuttering-Dysfluency, occupational therapy, autism and more!  

The bottom line- I highly recommend  this fun game, but I also encourage you to check out the web site for more amazing products!

Jeepers Peepers Game- $29.95
Additional glasses-$11.95 (set of six)
101 Add on cards- $15.95

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You can see what fellow CREW members had to say about Jeepers Peepers and two other products that were reviewed by clicking on the banner below.


Disclaimer- Our family received Jeepers Peepers in exchange for our honest review of the product.  The opinions expressed are our own and were not influenced by the company in any way!

Thursday, July 19, 2012

CREW Review- Knowledge Quest Map Trek

Knowledge Quest is an amazing company dedicated to making history come alive with incredible books, time lines and maps.  In the past, my family has used the Wonders of Old Timeline book and loved it.  For this review we got to try something new, the Map Trek: Complete Collection 6-Ebook Set.  I am hooked.  Well over 400 maps WITH lesson plans!

Let me first tell you what you get!

With this downloadable option you will get Four World History Ebooks (Ancient, Medieval, New World and Modern) and two US History Ebooks (one with state maps and one with historical maps).  Each map has the teacher's edition which is multicolored and labeled with key features, as well as the student edition which is ready to be filled in by the student.  The state maps include the date of statehood, the capital, main rivers and waterways, rank in size, state bird and the state flower.  You can print off each map as you need it in your study or you can print them all out at once and with the help of the lesson plans use each set as a unit study! 

Let's talk lesson plans!  Each Ebook comes with lesson plans to help you use the maps in a study situation.  The lessons plans are broken down into three levels:

Level 1- Grades 1-4
Level 2- Grades 5-8
Level 3- Grades 9-12

Each level gets increasingly more challenging, allowing you to use the maps for many years, teaching new skills and information as your child grows older.

Here are some of the many things we like about using these maps;

-They are beautiful!  Multicolored teacher's maps are more detailed than your run of the mill outline maps and beautiful to look at.  Visual interest seemed to draw my kiddos in!

-They are easy to access and print out.  This is an easy download and very well organized set.

-They can easily be used as a stand-alone curriculum or linked with your favorite history program!

-And my favorite- Knowledge Quest has Curriculum Integration GuidesYes,
they have done the hard work and given us a guide to link the most used history curriculums out there to their maps.  In other words, when you study a specific section in your history curriculum, Knowledge Quest will direct you to a correspnding map in their collection.  This list includes Sonlight, Story of the World, Veritas Press, Streams of Civilization and more.  Just print the guide off, pop it in your notebook and you are ready with maps to further enhance your study.

-Oh, and one more fun thing.  Since we have taken a few weeks off of school, we have not had much history to link with maps yet.  But, using my blog visit history, we have been able to learn a lot of geography using these maps.  We printed out all of the continent maps and each day we check which new countries we have checking in here at Family, Faith and Fridays and then find them on our maps.  A great geography lesson!

For $47.00, you cannot beat this deal! Click here to order! There is also a hard covered Atlas with CD available for $55.00.

To see what other CREW members had to say about Map Trek click on the banner below.

Disclaimer- Our family received Map Trek: Complete Collection Ebook in exchange for our honest review of the product.  The views stated are our own and were not influence by the company in any way.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Bye Bye Red Dye, Hello Natural Pops never walk.  NEVER!

Does your childrens' energy irritate, I mean, amaze you?  One of ours -to remain nameless- wears. me. out some days.  Many days.  He is so much fun to watch if you can spot him as he flashes by, that I haven't given running and jumping and whizzing by too much thought.  Until recently.  Kindergarten is approaching.  I am the teacher. hmmmmm.  And then there have been whisperings of hyperactivity.  (Isn't every 5 year old boy hyperactive?)  But anyway, I have been looking for any outside influences that might make a difference in one's activity levels.  And no, Benadryl, fellow parents, does not count!  ;)

But red dye- 'nuff said!    Never mind it is made from petroleum- yuck!  Never mind that it stains everything permanently.  It does affect a child's behavior - MY child's behavior.  I have seen it- at home, at church, and in everyday life.  Give a kid a piece of red candy or popsicle or Fruit Loop and watch them P-I-N-G!

And so we have decided to cut it out of our life as much as possible.  Seemed easy enough.  We don't eat that much "junk" food anyway. (Excluding my M&M stash, but I don't share those with the 5 year old anyway!)  But, man, you have to check those labels folks!  Not just the obvious red stuff.  Remember, yellow and red equal orange.

Let me share with you my biggest frustration - POPSICLES!  Seriously, even the "natural" ones have dye!  I figured it was going to be a long, hot, popsicle-free summer.


But just to prove that God is even in the small stuff, the very week of my frustration The Nourishing Home email appeared in my inbox with a free down-loadable e-book for healthy frozen treats!  We jumped for joy, headed out to buy molds and are sold!  So far we have tried 3 and are quite pleased. 

Ahhhhh....happiness, minus the red dye!

Has our behavior changed? Not completely. But our health sure has, and for now, I'll take that!

You can get The Nourishing Home Frozen Treat e-book by going to the link and signing up for her email.  While you are there, check out her other recipes!  They are awesome!

Since our first find, we have also added this recipe to our list!

Orange Creamsicle Popsicles Recipe
yields 8 – 10 popsicles
2 cups unsweetened orange juice (I use the Naked brand of orange juice, it has no added sugar, no preservatives, non-GMO, and it’s vegan)
3/4 cup plain yogurt (you can use dairy yogurt, or coconut milk yogurt for dairy free/vegan)
2 – 3 tablespoons raw runny honey, or organic agave nectar, or coconut nectar, etc.
1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
10 drops liquid vanilla stevia (I use the NuNatural’s stevia brand. If you don’t like to use stevia, simply increase the amount of honey/liquid sweetener used)
  1. Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Taste mixture and add more sweetener if desired.
  3. Pour into popsicle molds and freeze overnight.


Monday, July 16, 2012

CREW Review- Who is my Neighbor?

I am going to start this review with a confession.  I am an Apologia Curriculum fan.  Have been for years now.  Our family uses their science curriculum in our homeschool and love it.  I love what the company stands for, I love the quality of their products and I love that they combine the Word of God so easily with their science!

 But somehow I have missed that they also now offer a Biblical Worldview Series!  Until recently!  Our family has had the privilege of reviewing their latest book in the series, Who is my Neighbor? And Why Does He Need me?

Let me start with the basics.  The What We Believe series currently consists of three volumes, with the fourth due out in 2013.
Who is God?  And Can I Really Know Him?
Who Am I? And What Am I Doing Here?
Who Is My Neighbor?  And Why Does He Need Me?
What on Earth Can I Do?

Each is a beautifully bound, hard cover book made to last for years of enjoyment.  Did I mentioin they are beautiful?  In addition, you can also purchase Notebooking Journals to accompany each book, as well as Coloring Books for your younger children.  Audio MP3 CDs are also available.  The age recommendation is for ages 6-14, but if you are doing this as a family, I am confident that you could extend that age range by several years on either side.

Apologia says about their series-
"Our children are bombarded on a daily basis with competing messages. Every song, movie, book, TV show, blog, and game is full of ideas—ideas about truth, morality, beauty, identity, faith, and more. Not all of these ideas are true. Some are wrong, some are deceptive, and some are outright destructive. It is more important than ever that young children be equipped to discern among competing ideas and stand in the truth. This is why Apologia has teamed with Summit Ministries to bring you the "What We Believe" Series. The "What We Believe" Series is an outstanding way to teach your child the essential beliefs of the Christian faith, but it’s so much more! With this student-directed, Bible-based curriculum, your children will learn how to use Scripture as a lens through which to view the world around them—to see everything the way God sees it—and know the truth."

The nitty gritty - We used this book as a family activity during our review period.  I read it aloud while the 5, 10, and 14 year old listened.  We did allow the five year old to color the picture from the coloring book related to the lesson while he listened.  Though he may not have understood every little thing he heard, he was listening.  Each chapter begins with a section called The Big Idea, to give you a general overview and let you know what you will be learning about.  This is followed by a story that continues through the book  and then additional lessons, bible stories and questions to ponder.  There is also a memory verse for each chapter and a words to know section.  Thanks to the help of the very clear lesson plans in the Notebooking journal, it was easy to see where to start and stop for each day.  Also in the lesson plans are the assignments to work through in the journal each day.  Since we were doing this as a group, we answered the questions out loud (also found in the book) and discussed additional assignments.  In the future, when we use this for an individual child's bible study, I will direct the child to complete the journal assignments on their own.

Let me take a minute here to talk about the journal.  Please don't skimp on this part and not buy it.  It is a beautiful, picture filled, ringed notebook that once complete will make a lovely keepsake of your child's journey through this curriculum.  It has journal writing pages, mini book sections, puzzles and word searches and places to answer questions.  The questions are thought provoking, encouraging your child to think about what they have read and apply it to their own lives.  Very interactive!

We loved the fact that the book was full of real life stories as well as fiction and of course, beautiful bible accounts.   It is well written, well organized and easy to use!

Here is my future plan on using this curriculum.  I am definitely going to go back and buy the two prior books and then buy the final one once it has been released.  Each book stands by itself and you do not have to have read one to enjoy another, but I do not want to miss one word of this series!    The lesson plans for Who Is My Neighborr are scheduled for 48 days, so my plan is to use the first two books in the series for one year of Bible Study for our boys and then the next two books for the following years.  Our family will more than likely use this for their 7th and 8th grade years, but that is just a personal decision.  Again, you should be able to use it for younger children as well, and it has worked well for us to do it as a family study too!

Ordering Details:
Who Is My Neighbor (as well as the other books in the series) $39.00
Notebooking Journal- $24.00
Coloring Book- $8.00
Audio MP3 CD- $19.00

You can see what fellow CREW members had to say about this product by clicking on the banner.


Disclaimer - Our family received the Who Is My Neighbor book, Notebooking Journal, and Coloring Book to review in exchange for our honest opinion of the products.  The views expressed are ours alone and were not influenced by the company in any way.

Friday, July 13, 2012

Summer Fun

Confession time- I am a homeschooling mom that does school year round!  There, I said it.  We do take breaks, but I have found when my kids are idle for too long, their brains just don't seem to work as well (read here- boredom, bad choices, irritating mom).  We are also a family that thrives on schedules.  Well, maybe I thrive, and they just follow along.  Now pair that with the fact that we are in a "move year" and you have a mom anxious to get started with the new curriculum and be done before the packers arrive.  This will allow us to be done earlier next spring and take off 6-8 weeks for a summer move.

But so you do not think all is lost, so far this summer we have done this
Science Center

and this
Pool fun!

and this 

Nerf war with dad

and this

Fire pit and s'mores!
and this

teaching friends to Irish Dance

 and a little of this


and this weekend we are headed here with friends!

What are you spending your summer doing?

Thursday, July 12, 2012


A BIG thank you to my awesome 14 year old daughter, AKA- IT girl, who gave my blog a new look this morning!  She is amazing, and I love it!

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

CREW Review- Professor B

Professor B Math is an Internet based, complete math program aimed at ages 3 to upper middle school.  It is broken down into three levels and the founder, Everard Barrett says, "We cover 3 years of math in each Level. Each Level takes about 10 months to complete."  Now that's impressive!

Also from the web site:
The Professor B Math Program has a powerful history of achievement over the past thirty years. This claim is substantiated by many testimonials, statistical analyses and research. We have set many precedents in mathematics education:

Kindergarten and first graders mastering the lower/higher addition/subtraction facts and reading numbers in the hundreds of trillions (fifteen-digit numbers).
Second graders mastering all multiplication facts and long division.

Fifth graders mastering “seventh grade math.”

Fifth and sixth grade classes in the most disadvantaged communities outperforming ninth graders on statewide algebra exams.

We have consistently delivered HUGE GAINS in math scores.

We used Professor B mostly for our new 5th grader, but my 9th grader dabbled with it for my reviews sake, so we used primarily levels 2 and 3.
-  This is a very thorough program.  If you have a child that needs a step by step guide to learn, this program will appeal to them.
-  Visually stimulating.  With the help of the "bee", problems are shown step by step, with arrows pointing to the parts of the problem being taught.  Visual learners will do well with this!
-  Rigorous training.  The company's claim to teach three years in one is no joke.  With detailed step by step instructions, there is not a point missed.  If you have a child who needs to catch up or has struggled with the presented concepts in the past, this approach to teaching may be just what they need for a boost in their skills.
-  Workbook pages are included.  For each level of teaching there is a printable workbook.  HUNDREDS of pages of practice all included in the price of the package.
Cons (or what did not work for OUR family):
-  No sound.  You, as the teacher, read the voice boxes to your child.  Even if you have a child who can read, Professor B encourages you to go through the lesson together.  This frustrated my son, who is an auditory learner.  Guess he wants to hear someone other than me!
-  We did seem to have some problems navigating the web site once in the a specific level.  Minor, but frustrating for the 10 year old.

Program overview:
Level 1 (Pre K-K) - Intro to addition and subtraction, numbers to 100, time and money
Level 2 (3rd-5th graders) - Multiplication, division, fractions
Level 3 (6th-8th graders) - Fractions, decimals, percents

The website is being updated on a regular basis.  The current pricing as of July 1 is:
Each level of the E-Learning program will cost $100 for a total of 3 years access.

Disclaimer - We were given access to all three levels for this review.  All opinions are our own and were not influenced by the product or company.