If you have preschoolers and have never heard of La La Logic, you may want to check it out! This is a new concept for teaching little ones, using logic to help young learners to understand many different subjects. I was given a lifetime membership to their online Preschool Curriculum for this review.
The curriculum includes 10 weeks of programming, which can be done in any order and can definitely be repeated. Each week has a schedule for you to use, which consists of three multi-sensory components: online brain challenge, a worksheet that reinforces the brain challenge concept for the week, and an enrichment set that you can use throughout the week.
Here is an example of a weekly schedule:
Brain Challenge (with assistance)
Extra Practice (optional – this is just an extension of the Brain Challenge puzzles)
Brain Challenge (independently)
Brain Challenge (optional)
The Brain Challenge mode is where the kids get to “play” on the computer. This fun game-type environment works on multiple platforms (PC, Mac, Android tablet, iPad). Here is a snapshot of multiple Brain Challenge screens:
And here is a snapshot of multiple Worksheets that are included, which involve fine motor skills such as cutting/pasting, drawing, manipulating paper, etc.:
As you can see, there is a TON of fun that is just waiting for your preschooler. This is recommended for ages 3-6, so even kindergarteners will enjoy this program. Our little Joshua (4 years old) absolutely LOVES it. Most days, he says “I want to do Wa Wa Wogic.” So cute.
Here are a couple of shots of Joshua working in the Brain Challenge mode:
The Extension Activities include word games, scavenger hunts, puzzles, dramatic play, and learning logic games to teach literature, nature study, poetry memorization, picture study, narration, copy work, etc.
So what do we think of La La Logic’s Preschool Curriculum?
We absolutely love it! If you have a preschooler, I HIGHLY recommend that you give this program a try. You can do a free trial through their website, and they also have a 30-day money back guarantee, so you have nothing to lose. It is a highly interactive, very well-rounded curriculum for ages 3-6. Activities get progressively harder through the weeks, and will keep attention of the youngest ones in your family because of the variety of activities.
Another thing that we really liked was how you can change up the actual format of Brain Challenge mode. You can actually go through that week’s lesson (which only lasts about 5-10 minutes) OR you can set it to Continuous Brain Challenge mode, which will let your child work through lessons as long as they hold his attention. This was Joshua’s favorite way! When I set the program to just that week’s lesson, he was always sad when it finished and wanted to keep going. There were a few days when he worked through puzzles for about 20 minutes. Honestly, this generation loves learning on electronic devices, so this worked really well for us. 🙂