How I Use It
I introduce a topic, for example money. I then set up 3-4 activities for the students to choose from. I like that you are able to track how the students are doing at answering the questions. Questions are read to them, and if they get the answer wrong it will give them the correct answer. I can then work one on one with the students that are getting a lot wrong. The one thing I don't like about it, is that if they answer 6 out of the 10 questions it does not save their spot or track their results.
This website allows you to choose many activities in math, reading and science. It is a great resource to use as a support tool for things that are being learned in the classroom. For example, if you are working on money in math, there are money activities students can practice those skills. I would recommend it to younger students, K-3. They do offer subjects at a higher grade level, but they tend to get bored with it.