The summer break has begun for my kids, and is just around the corner for others. So with that in mind, I have found that ensuring the kids stay busy with the summer vacations, camps and even the summer learning, will not only keep them busy over the summer, but will also help to make their summer a memorable one and help us combat summer brain drain. One of the things my kids have been talking about, and are excited to take part in this summer is Brain Chase.
They are all signed up, have been watching the clips and are counting down the days for this years chase to begin. Now like many others out there, we have vacations and camps set up for our kids, so knowing that even when the kids are away for a few days or even a week, and miss the challenges that they were given for the week, they can get caught up very easily. I like knowing that we can continue on with our plans, and as long as the kids complete their 5 hours a week for the challenges each week during the 5 week chase, they can continue to keep up and have their chance at finding the hidden treasure.
With Brain Chase, they understand that yes, there are many families who have plans and that is okay, because even when we are on vacation, and we stay somewhere where we can get internet access, the kids can login, and stay up to date. Giving them not only the flexibility when it comes to the knowledge they can gain from the challenges alone, but also allowing them to enjoy their vacation time as well. And say we go on vacation for a week here, then head for another week there during the time the chase is on, my kids can get caught up on their own time, and at their own pace, by picking and choosing which missions to complete first then go from there.
Then when we get back from our vacation, and we find that there is some downtime in between activities we have planned, we can keep the kids going by exercising their minds, making it so they can supplement any time they have with a fun learning adventure! Oh, and for those who are not already signed up, there is still time, even if you have other activities planned for the kids, there is still time to sign up and join the chase. Because it is not just another online learning center, in fact it is nothing like any other online learning adventure out there for kids ages 6-16, since they not only participate in a 5 week curriculum filled with learning adventures, but they can get the chance participate in a real life treasure hunt, where the treasure is a $10,000 scholarship that is buried somewhere on planet Earth!
In all, making Brain Chase a must have to add to the list of summer activities for the kids and even for the whole family! And to help with getting your kids ready for the big chase, the wonderful people from Brain Chase would like to give one of my amazing readers one Brain Chase registration code to use for a free sign up to the big chase and for the chance to win $10,000!
This post was brought to you by the people from Brain Chase. I was chosen to participate in this sponsored post through The Motherhood, all opinions are my own.
she will love the characters and the adventure of the whole thing. thankyou, ken firstname.lastname@example.org
My daughter will love the whole idea of going on an adventure!
My daughter would like to do this because it's online and it's an adventure
I thnk my children would be so interested in Be the first to discover the treasure’s location, and we’ll fly you there to dig it up!
What a great way to counteract Brain Drain! Activities like these may help kids be more prepared for the school year ahead! Way to go 🙂
My son would like learning new things and the challenge.
learning new and exciting things
My son would love the competition of it!
My daughter will like learning new things and the adventure of it all.
Wow, this looks perfect for my son! He would love the challenges, competing against others, and working towards a real prize. I can easily see this becoming his summer obsession!
My son love adventure games, he would look forward to the new lessons every week.
My daughter would love solving the puzzles, having fun while learning.
My son loves puzzles so this would be fun for him to do!!
My granddaughter would like playing the puzzles. She is so smart. She loves being on the computer.
I think that they like the challenge without having all the strings attached that go along with going to school.
love the adventure. Viviandarkeve@care2.com
I think my daughter would simply be elated with an on-going adventure for the summer. She really likes having things to work for and it looks like the payout will be meaningful to her!sammiesweep[at]gmail[dot]com
We like that the winner gets to fly to dig up the treasure
how fun and exciting it will be