The La La Logic curriculum is based on various popular IQ tests. So instead of focusing on the typical reading, writing, and math topics the program builds IQ intelligence by focusing on problem solving skills and critical thinking skills.
We used this program with Everett, who is 5 years old. The lessons are only about 10 minutes in length, so we were able to sometimes complete two lessons each week, depending on Everett’s interest. Everett was not really interested in the worksheets but thoroughly enjoyed the online Brain Challenges.
- Brain Challenge – a set of interactive activities that your child completes online.
- Printable Worksheets – strengthens problem solving and critical thinking abilities as well as fine motor skills as your child cuts, pastes, colors, and manipulates the paper.
- Extension Activities – these activities include word games, scavenger hunts, solving puzzles, dramatic play, and learning logic games.
La La Logic is an online-based early learning program, so internet is necessary. This program can be used on a PC or a Mac. The Brain Challenges can also be used on a tablet or iPad in a browser (not an app). We started out using our PC but Everett had some issues with controlling the mouse, clicking and holding the mouse button, to drag items. We switched over to our Samsung Galaxy Tablet and was able to “play” for quite awhile.
There is a continuous-mode for the Brain Challenges that will go through ALL 500 activities. I actually had to make Everett stop a few times, he just kept playing and playing.
You can visit La La Logic on Facebook.