ABC Mouse

August 31, 2012
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ABC Mouse

Content: Full Curriculum
Grade(s): PreK – 3rd
Perspective: Secular
Prep Time: None
Teacher Manual: N/A
Teacher Involvement: Minimal
Cost: $ || ?– Monthly
Pages: Online
Publisher: www.abcmouse.com
Review Last Updated: May 28, 2017

Common Core Aligned: Yes

** From the Publisher’s Website: **

ABCmouse.com offers a depth and breadth of educational content for early learners, with more than 5,000 individual learning activities and more than 450 lesson plans. The curriculum includes six different types of activities: Children’s books, children’s songs, animated videos, games, puzzles, art activities, and 1,000+ printables to complete away from the computer.

ABCmouse.com includes the following subjects and topics:

  • Language development (vocabulary, listening skills, grammar)
  • Reading (the alphabet, phonics, sight words, comprehension, genres, reading strategies)
  • Math (numbers and operations, shapes, measurement, patterns,)
  • Science and Technology (weather, plants and animals, matter and energy, space science, inventions)
  • Social Studies: families and communities, geography and maps, U.S. history, states, famous Americans)
  • Health: the human body, habits for health and safety, health care

Up to four individuals per family account can be logged in at the same time, provided they are each using their own computer or device.


About the Publisher:
ABCmouse.com was created by Age of Learning, a leading education technology company focused on early learning excellence.


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2 Comments

  • charlene December 14, 2015 at 9:21 pm

    Can you use ABC mouse as a home school curriculum? I’m looking into using it as well as time4learning.com

  • Mommy2001 September 2, 2012 at 11:28 am

    DD5 loves ABCmouse. I let her use the site 2 or 3 times a week for about an hour so I can get some 1:1 homeschool time with older DS. DD feels like she is a big girl getting to learn on her own. I don’t really see this is a full K curriculum, but she is picking up a few things. The content is basic but it’s safe to let her use it on her own and it holds her attention.

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