# A+ TutorSoft, Inc. Interactive MATH Curriculum Review

I home educate my three children ages 5, 6 and 7 and find myself constantly researching the available curriculums and supplemental resources on the market to make sure that we have access to the best programming. We recently had the opportunity to test a computer based math curriculum, A+ TutorSoft, Inc. Interactive MATH and my children used both the new online version and the CD-Software (Windows based).

A+ Interactive MATH Curriculum from A+ TutorSoft, Inc. is a comprehensive multi-sensory math learning program which uses audio, visuals and text. My 2nd grader enjoyed the manner in which the content is presented in each lesson and it teaches to the core concepts necessary for each grade level. I appreciate that each lesson has Interactive Question and Answer section so the student is able to answer questions pertaining to the subject matter taught within the lesson. If a question is answered incorrectly then the program will immediately “re-teach” the concept allowing the student to try again. This method is quite effective for my child because he does not get frustrated when he answers a question incorrectly and instead watches and listens to see what he did wrong and then corrects it.

There are two versions of A+ Interactive MATH Curriculum for you to choose from depending on which one will be the best fit for you and your students including a web based curriculum and CD software.

The new online version can be accessed anywhere that there is high speed internet so this is an excellent option for home use, library use or while traveling. I like that there are no worries about having to install software and there is immediate access to the math program. You will have access to templates to create worksheets and exams for the student and progress reports and allows the student to track their progress (my 2nd grader loves this feature and proudly shows me his accomplishments). For parents, it offers instant online grading (excellent feature), recommended lesson plans, a math placement test. I find the progress reports to be most useful as a tool for me to be able to address my children’s strengths and weaknesses.

You can learn more by watching a demo of the A+ Interactive MATH online curriculum!

I find the online version to be very comprehensive, user friendly and affordable. You can purchase the A+ Interactive MATH online curriculum (grade levels 1-7 and Algebra) monthly for only $19.95, quarterly for $49.99 or annually for $124.99.

We also like using the CD software which is also very user friendly and provides the same features as I mentioned in the web-based curriculum. I appreciate that this math program is an excellent blend of student independent learning and parental involvement to maximize the learning experience. I also want to note that one of the benefits of using the A+ Interactive MATH program is that it is self-paced and students and parents are able to print free practice sheets for additional work offline. If your student likes to read through a lesson you have the option of an eBook format curriculum book. Each grade level specific math curriculum from A+ TutorSoft, Inc. provides an affordable, comprehensive math program that is designed to help the student become more confident and proficient with necessary math skills. The A+ Interactive MATH Full Curriculum CD software is available for purchase from $99.99-$124.99.

Overall, I am very pleased with the quality and content included with both the new online version and the CD-Software from A+ TutorSoft, Inc. I will continue to use this math curriculum with all three of my students and look forward to discovering new features on our homeschooling journey!

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*Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.*

kelly tillotson—i would choose the homeschool 1st grade curriculum

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Annmarie W.—My son would love the Pre-Algebra!

Susan Chester—I would choose the first grade math for my granddaughter who is home-schooled.

Gennie Lancaster—I would choose the 1st grade math for my daughter!

Ashley J—either 1st grade for my little nephews when they get a wee older, or the 3rd grade for my niece…but I don’t know if she would be interested. If I do win, I will figure out what I want to do. 🙂

Shannon—What a great idea. I’ve been seriously thinking about switching to homeschooling my children. This would be a good start so see if it’s a right fit for us.

Thanks for the chance and letting us know about this product!

Laurie—I would chose the Pre Algebra as my daughter is finishing up 6th grade

Sarah—My dd is going into 5th grade so it would be wonderful to try this program with her.

Winona—I would choose 1st grade for my daughter. She has been using the free trial now and I like it for her. I think it is a great math curriculum.

Fibia—I would like the 1st grade or the 2nd grade. Thank you.

Julia Goldberg—I would have to pick pre-algebra for my daughter. She struggle with math at times

Miranda Ward—The 2nd grade one for my daughter

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ronda c—I would choose 5th grade math for my daughter to prepare for next year

Kari Flores—2nd Grade Math, A+ Interactive MATH – Home School Edition (One Parent Teacher and One Student) for my son, he is in 1st grade now and I would like him to be ahead of the game when school rolls around next year.

Beth McLeod—I would get the 4th Grade Math program for my daughter who is homeschooled!

Valerie Taylor Mabrey—I would choose the 1st grade curriculum for my grand daughter.

Jodi J.—4th Grade Math, A+ Interactive MATH – Home School Edition

christal c w—I would choose either the 5th grader or 6th

kristy dobbs—Full Curriculum Books

mary gardner—5th Grade Math, A+ Interactive MATH – Home School Edition

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Lisa Fonseca—I would get the 6th Grade Math course.

Webb W—Fourth grade for my son

Vinod Agrawal—I want to thank all who entered the giveaway. Wish you all the best. Here’s a 50% off coupon code for those interested in this MATH curriculum: SPOFFER50

Thanks,

Vin

Gianna—Multi-Sensory Interactive MATH CD Software.