So today’s Wordy Wednesday post is not really an acronym, but ABC is kind of an abbreviation, right? ABC Mouse is something my husband actually discovered one day when we were at my parent’s house. The kids were watching Nick Jr., and there was a commercial for it during one of their favorite shows. My husband looked it up and showed it to me and we were both impressed right away.
It’s an on-line curriculum for PreK through Kindergarten that keeps track of your child’s progress. That way, my younger son can get on and do things without “messing up” what my Kindergartener is already working on. There is a huge variety of topics from letters, numbers, music, nonfiction and fiction books the kids can read, virtual field trips, and on and on. Seriously, there is more than I could ever list here. I love that it is a…
Totally personalized for my child and I don’t have to keep track of anything. There is a monthly subscription fee, but that fee covered both of my kids. Right now, you can try it for free for one month to see if it is something you’d like to pay to continue. We have really liked it. Our annual membership is nearly up, and we will definitely be renewing. I think it’s going to be great for my boys to have over the summer, to help keep their skills fresh.
Another cool option is the ABC Mouse app.
It’s free, and has different music videos for each letter of the alphabet. The kids earn tickets each time they watch a video and can “buy” videos with those tickets. Both my boys love this. I think the quality is great, half the time my husband and I find ourselves watching along with them.
Definitely worth checking these out if you have kiddos in this age group. I know that it’s common for kids on the spectrum to gravitate towards technology, so this is a good way to expose them to new things using an interest they already have. Have a good one!