The final countdown for the Brain Chase adventure has begun! Summer is here and the time to start having a bit of fun is upon us. At 9am Eastern on Monday, June 22, the 2015, the Summer Learning Challenge with Brain Chase will begin. Will you be ready?
By the way, anyone that follows me on social media knows that we like to travel… with the kids. Fortunately, even when we are traveling, the kids are at camp, they attend other events, Brain Chase will still be waiting for them. The key is flexibility, and as long as you have it, your children will do well in their summer adventure!
In fact, to make us all feel better, let’s focus on flexibility:
- When we register for Brain Chase, our student is committing to do about five hours of focused online academic work each week for five weeks. Because the curriculum is web-based, he or she can complete the work whenever, wherever, and in whatever order he or she prefers. Flexibility!
- Brain Chase is an online challenge. This means you need a high-speed Internet connection, and then you will be able to complete math, language and reading assignments on tablets. As long as you have internet, you can complete summer challenges online. Travel, attend gatherings, or let the kids have sleepovers, Brain Chase will come along via WiFi.
- Fortunately, Brain Chase understands the summer can get busy. Students can catch up on missed work from previous weeks… they simply won’t be allowed to work ahead.
You can see that there is flexibility as you work through the online challenge. Yet sometimes, even family vacations sneak up on us but that shouldn’t stop our kids from summer learning. Knowing that Brain Chase allows us the opportunity to be flexible, we can rest assured that the kids will keep learning this summer… wherever we happen to be.
Supplemental Summer Activity
Got your summer camps all lined up already? Already set aside time for swim team? No problem. Brain Chase is the perfect way to supplement the summer’s outdoor fun with positive, educational screen time – it’s not too late to sign up, and it’s flexible enough to fit any schedule. You can add it to your kids’ existing plans to round out their summer fun. Alongside the regular pricing package ($199 for the first registration, and then $100 for each sibling), Brain Chase has now begun offering their premium pricing package ($249 for the first registration, and then $149 for each sibling).
The New York Times published a company profile of Brain Chase, and the team has unveiled a new TV ad, appearing throughout the country now. The Brain Chase summer learning challenge begins soon and it’s not too late to get registered!
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