EmbarK12 Online in Review

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of K12, the leader in online education for grades K-12. All opinions are 100% mine.

We were given the chance to review EmbarK¹² Online in exchange for an honest review. That in no way shaped our opinion of this product. 

EmbarK¹² Online has many features to it. EmbarK12 Online – Over 830 interactive activities to engage your preschooler. It is separate from K12.com online because it is focused on kids’ ages 3-6 years old. It is basically an online Pre-K program for them that makes learning fun and enriching. There are currently 12 units of activities for the kids to learn from including Math, Language, and Literacy. The topics include Letters and Words, Math, Our World, People and Places, Story Time, Art, Travel and Explore, Weather and Calendar, Games, Music, and Videos. You gain all of this for your child for $59.00 for a 12-month subscription.

I had the pleasure of having my son try it out himself for several weeks. He is six years old and right at the cut off age of it being appropriate for him. However, he loved going through the activities and testing them all out. He felt it was definitely perfect Kindergarden work. He really enjoyed the Art and Music portion of this program since we don’t personally spend a lot of time on those subjects at home. Since he has a love of knowing what day it is and the weather he enjoyed reviewing the Weather and Calendar section again. The games were fun to him too.

The program is very user friendly. It does take it a while to load and if you have an impatient son like mine, that may be an issue for keeping them completely engaged. However, once the programs are up they seem to be entertaining enough for my son to want to continue to play them.

Now one lucky winner will be given the chance to win the chance to try out this program for themselves. It’s open to US residents 18 and older. Contest ends on March 4th, 2014. Winner must respond to winning email from tidbitsofexperience@gmail.com within 48 hours of the notice being sent with required information needed to receive their prize. If you can’t wait to win you can get your child ready using this Kindergarten readiness programs by K12. Try a sample activity today.
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  1. Melissa Smith says

    My son is in PreK & we’re currently working on trying to get him ready for Kindergarten. He’s in the IEP class at school & has excelled tremendously. But he doesn’t want to have me work with him at home, so this program would be perfect!

  2. Rebecca S. says

    I’ve been looking into a variety of preschool programs to use at home, everything from pre-packaged kits to developing my own collections of thematic activities. After browsing the EmbarK12 website, I decided to search for reviews before I made a choice about whether to buy the program…and found a chance to win! :)

  3. Rebecca S. says

    Oops… let me answer the question you asked! I think my son would excel using this program because it’s interactive, colorful/visually interesting, and gets him some “screen time”! Plus, I have a newborn whose two favorite hobbies are 1-sleeping on my lap and 2-crying. This program would be something I could do with my son while my little girl is asleep on my lap!

  4. Taryn T. says

    My daughter would excel in this program, because it would provide immediate feedback and would be interactive and positive. Thanks for the chance to win.

  5. Crystal Murphy says

    My 3 yo DS would excel because he loves all things computer so this is a great way for him to learn.

  6. Courtney says

    He just turned 4 and loves watching his brothers do things on the computer. We preschool homeschool him but have never done ‘school online’ learning. Would love to try it!

  7. Trisha W. says

    My daughter is advanced for her age and I’m looking for something we can do online at home to help grow her love of learning while waiting until she is school-aged.

  8. Daiva says

    My kids would excel because it would be fun and they wouldn’t feel like they are working to learn!

  9. Kristie D. says

    I like my niece and nephew (3 year old twins) would love it because they love technology. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you!

  10. ashley cossette says

    My son loves playing with my kindle, his leappad, etc. my biggest problem with this however is that he wants to play games rather than do learning activities. I’d love to let him try this which seems to bring both learning and fun together! we’ve been working on his lettering, which he is okay at, but I’m hoping this would help in letter recognition :)

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