Sunday, January 18, 2015

Learning Success Review

Is your child having trouble in school?

The learning success program is a simple do-at-home program that will show you how to find the core problems and overcome them. Learning is made up of basic core skills. There are 16 of them in all. Typical learning difficulties are small weaknesses in a combination of two or three of these skills. Helps overcome learning difficulties such as:

  • Dyslexia
  • Dyscalculia
  • Dysgraphia
Each of these terms simply means that there is a weakness in two or more of these basic learning skills. But it doesn't define which. Once you get started in the course you'll quickly find the trouble spots. Once you do that your child will be on the path to learning success. You will learn simple exercises that strengthen the skills needed for successful learning. Modern scientific breakthroughs have discovered a number of methods for overcoming these problems. Once you do your child will actually enjoy homework.

The normal price for this course is $564

The course is delivered via email. You will receive emails each day with exercises you simply print out and do with your child. Takes approximately 15 - 20 minutes 3-5 days per week. Results are typically seen starting at about 3 months but can come earlier. Severe problems will take approximately 1 year to overcome. We will continue delivering exercises for one year or until you cancel.

The Review

I started using the Learning Success program with Jasmine about 2 weeks ago. This will be a sort of Pre-Review, because I am able to giveaway 1 Learning Success 1 year program to one of my readers. I am totally excited about this and you'll find out why as you continue to read my review.

The Learning Success program is a program to help kids who are struggling in school. In school teachers need to teach academics and prepare children for state tests. There is almost no time inside of school to teach basic core learning skills. So if your child has fallen behind in one of these skills, you will see them struggle in certain areas such as reading, writing , and math. Jasmine is in fact struggling in reading and writing. She was never diagnosed with dyslexia, dyscalculia, or dysgraphia. She was for ADD.  All of these words are just categories or labels they put on children who have a weak area in one of the basic core learning skills. 

So they wont help build these skills up at school, what are we supposed to do keep letting our children fall further and further behind? Lots of people will say "practice, practice, practice" All things will come to those who practice, right? How will practicing some that you don't "get"  or understand eventually just click? You have to have the core basic learning skills to even understand.

Like I said Jasmine has been using the program for 2 weeks so far and she is really enjoying it. At first when the program first starts they email you a new "game" exercise everyday along with instructions on how to do the exercise. Everyday the first thing Jasmine would do when she come home was ask if I had gotten the email yet, because she couldn't wait to see what kind of game would be next. 

After sending me several exercises to do with Jasmine, There is a small break in the emails. Which I was kind of thankful for. At the time I got the email that said "now that you have all these exercises, here is a sample schedule to stick to" It was much needed. I was at a point where I didn't know when I should be doing all the exercises and how long to be working on each of them. This helped a lot for me to get more organized. We were just doing each exercises as they came. Some of them I could see that Jasmine was really struggling with and so I wanted to revisit them more so then others. Even though Jasmine was struggling with the games, she never once told me that she didn't want to do the program. She is always finding it to be fun and she really likes it.

Most of the time I think she thinks its so fun, because its me (her mom) doing it with her. Like playing fun school games at home with her mom. I praise her every time she does a good job and that just makes her want to do it more.
Now I want to talk about about this saves money, with some other options out there programs like this can get really expensive. There would be no way on our income I could afford any tutoring program out there for Jasmine. Even if I could tutoring doesn't fix core learning issues.

Teach my child my self, I don't need to pay someone to do it for me. Learning Success gives me all the tools I need to fully implement the program at home.

Print off the exercises. You can save them to your computer also. No need to buy any work books or anything like that.  

Use it with multiple children. If you have more then one child who is having difficulties in school use it with them, You'll only need to pay for this program one time.
So far there has been minimal extra items I needed to do this program with Jasmine. The only thing that is mandatory is a printer. But if you are like me and want to spend as little as necessary you might want to invest in some of the items listed below:
  • Dry Erase Markers
  • Laminator - I laminated everything I printed, so that they can be reused.
  • A decent sized white board - It should be one you can lay flat on a table and that the child can make big arm movements on with dry erase makers.
  • Eye patch - You can make one of these but they do not cost that much and its much simpler to buy one they usually have them at pharmacies 
So far, these are all the tools we needed, I already had most of them but we are still looking for a white board, I think Jasmine's NaNa is going to get her one. I believe that would be the biggest purchase we would need to make.Its going to cost somewhere between 20-40 dollars I think, which I don't think is that bad considering we will be using it a lot.
Now as I said this is just a preview of the full review I will also do once Jasmine been doing the program a few month. This post was to inform you better of what you can enter to win in the upcoming giveaway:)
I hope you found this preview review a little bit helpful :) Keep an eye on my Daily School Reports, as I post almost every weekday about the program and what we are doing in it.

Huge Huge Thanks to Learning Success for allowing Jasmine to have a full year or the program free for this honest review.


  1. My granddaughter struggles with school. She is in 4th grade and needs extra help. Last year her Mom hired a tutor for 2 months, but I like this program, even if it takes a year. I believe it will catch her up because she is so smart. She will think it is fun and not school.

  2. My son who is the 5th grade needs this! I hate how here in Texas all they teach is the STARR exam. He gets really bad anxiety because of it :(


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