We have made it super easy to cancel 1st Grade Kids Learning Games subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "StudyPad, Inc." (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
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A few things to note and do before cancelling:
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I would have given this site 5/5 except for the fact that no examples are even give so the child knows what is being asked of them. Typically if my daughter gets a couple wrong she comes to me for help understanding what she is doing wrong. I think an example would be helpful and possibly eliminate the errors my daughter makes in the first place. The report cards are an added bonus to see how she is doing every week. We love the variety of different math skills and look forward to utilizing this site. Thanks for such an awesome educational app.
I have seen my sons achievement levels double in the 3 months he has been using this app 45-60 minutes a week. The results were measurable being reflected in his mid term report card from school ! Well worth the $10 a month investment in my opinion even if your child is an Einstein. It keeps things fresh in their heads and always a step or two ahead of the class at school.
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My 4 year old has learned a lot. He has done the first few levels of the Kindergarten and is acing most of it. Super impressed. He thinks it's fun and it's building his confidence because every time he gets one right it praises him and he thinks he's smart! (And he is) :-)
My 7 year old daughter enjoys playing on the iPad, she is more than happy to "play her splash math game" and the bonus is that she is learning. It helps her stay ahead of her class at school.
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