Virtua 21st-Century Learning

Are you wondering what your child should know? What science concepts are 3rd graders expected to study? How do you know if your child is ahead and behind? How can you help them succeed without spending countless hours going back over information they already know just to fill in learning gaps? If only there was an easy way to help them learn just the parts they don’t know!

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Virtua Education is on a mission to give you just the tools you need to fill in those learning gaps with efficiency.

You choose what courses and age levels to assign your kids and Virtua will start the learning path with some diagnostic quizzes.

Learning Tools for Kids

Virtua is a learning tool for kids. It is designed with individualized education in mind and uses the power of technology to create a personalized learning plan for your child. Virtua is a smart learning program that starts by giving your child short diagnostic quizzes. Based on the answers from those quizzes, the program pinpoints the concepts your child needs to learn and creates a learning path.

How to Improve Science

With Virtua science you can ensure your child knows all the vocabulary and concepts for their age just by having them work through the path. You can level your kids up quickly in any subject, or fill in learning gaps using the Virtua program.

  • Choose the subject you want to improve.
  • Select the appropriate age range and assign your child the subject.
  • Have your child begin the learning path.
  • Have them work on their learning path in the subject for 10 or 15 minutes every day.

Virtua Education has Many Learning Tools

In addition to the individual learning path, Virtua Education also has a beautiful digital library. The library includes videos, book, audiobooks, and even magazines.

Learning video’s available through the Virtua Library.
A sample of the books available for virtual checkout from the Virtua Library.
Audiobooks available in the Virtua Library.
Kid’s magazine available for digital reading through the Virtua Library.

Does this sound like it could quiet your worries over learning gaps? And still give your child time for the important work of creative exploration in their learning journey? I think it does. And you don’t have to spend a fortune to see if Virtua will live up to your expectations. You can try it for one month for just a dollar. What do you have to lose?

You can purchase a Virtua subscription through the Homeschool Buyers Co-op, where you can also find many more curriculum treasures with special discounts available for homeschoolers.

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