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Case Study: Kyle*
Jan 21

Case Study: Kyle*

By Elephant Learning | Case Study

Summary

Kyle* was failing math and disrupting class only to come home and cry about math homework. With Elephant Learning, he now has no problem doing math on his own, and in fact, challenges himself to do more work than recommended. 

1.) Challenges

Mathematics to Kyle felt hopeless. He was failing at school and crying about the work at home. Full of frustration and whining, Kyle’s afterschool mathematics sessions were futile. His mom recalls, “It was always, I don’t remember how to do it!” as his go-to reason for avoiding his homework. 

2.) Finding Elephant Learning

While Kyle’s mom was browsing social media she stumbled upon an ad for Elephant Learning and figured, why not? She was committed to giving him the extracurriculars to help his grade climb even if it meant investing in an online program. 

Related: How Math Determines Your Child’s Overall Success

3.) Kyle’s Experience With Elephant Learning

Kyle had no problem logging into his tablet and doing his mathematics. He even started challenging himself to dedicate more time than the recommended three times a week! According to his mom, “He’s on it every day! He logs in first thing in the morning before ‘playtime’ without pushback!” Plus, she loves how she can monitor Kyle’s results which allows her to focus more on his problem areas. 

Related: Homeschool Parents Love Elephant Learning A Review

4.) Kyle’s Results 

Kyle’s first assessment indicated what his mom already knew — Kyle was below grade level in his mathematic abilities. But within a month’s time, he advanced to his actual age plus a few years! The whole family is excited for Kyle to return to school with more confidence and mathematics knowledge! 

Kyle's Elephant Age

  • Age: 11.2 years
  • Starting Elephant Learning Age: 8.3 years
  • Current Elephant Learning Age: 10.9 years
  • The difference after six months: 2.6 years over 2 months

“Kyle has no problem logging in to Elephant Learning. He even challenges himself to dedicate more time to math than the recommended 3x a week” – Mom, Nicole

Help your child gain confidence and conquer math anxiety.

Kids learn 1 year of math in 3 months with the Elephant Learning math curriculum.

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Case Study: Hailee
Jan 17

Case Study: Hailee

By Elephant Learning | Case Study

Summary

Math was just hard for Hailee. She was behind a year until one day, her mom found Elephant Learning on Facebook. Now Hailee loves the game experience and has no problem getting her math done. 

1.) Challenges

Mathematics was a vicious cycle for Hailee. The concepts challenged her, but when she couldn’t figure something out, she would get frustrated, making learning the concepts even harder.  

2.) Finding Elephant Learning

Hailee’s mom needed to find a way to break Haliee’s anxiety around math time. She saw an ad on Facebook for Elephant Learning and decided to let her daughter try it out and see if she enjoyed it. 

Related: Children Are Empowered Through Understanding

3.) Hailee’s Experience With Elephant Learning

After a few weeks of playing, Hailee was hooked. According to her mom, Elephant Learning “Was in the format of gaming experience. It was the best learning style for Hailee.” 

Related: Later Elementary Math Concepts and Strategies: What Parents Need to Know For Grades 3-6

4.) Hailee’s Results 

Playing three days a week for a few weeks boosted Hailee’s mathematics understanding. She is happily closing the mathematics gap — without the anger or anxiety. Her mom adds, “She no longer hates math. When I ask her to get her math finished, she says OK!”  

  • Age: 11.9 years
  • Starting Elephant Learning Age: 9.1 years
  • Current Elephant Learning Age: 11.2 years
  • The difference after 4 months: 2.1 years

“Hailee is more independent when doing her Math. She no longer relies on me 100%. ” – Mom, Sandra

Help your child gain confidence and conquer math anxiety.

Kids learn 1 year of math in 3 months with the Elephant Learning math curriculum.

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Jan 07

Case Study: Charlie and Victoria*

By Elephant Learning | Case Study

Summary

Charlie and Victoria* (names have been changed) understood mathematics with little comprehension. Now, they play mathematics games while building strong comprehension in decimals, percentages, and fractions. 

1.) Challenges

Charlie and Victoria love learning. Both kids were excelling in areas like social studies and arts, but neither grasped math. Plus, a big transition from private to public school (with homeschooling in between) exacerbated low performance. 

2.) Finding Elephant Learning

Charlie and Victoria’s mom explains, “I only wanted online options” for homeschool. After research and trials, he settled on Elephant Learning. 

Related: The Early Years: Teaching Young Children Math Concepts

3.) Charlie and Victoria’s Experience With Elephant Learning

According to their mom they, “Loved it!” Charlie and Victoria love watching their age progress, which motivates them to practice more. They have excelled through the program and enjoy every opportunity to get online and ‘play.’ 

Related: How to Gamify Your Math Lessons 

4.) Charlie and Victoria’s Results 

“Charlie and Victoria’s comprehension of math increased tremendously,” says their mom. Playing on Elephant Learning five days a week for several weeks filled in their knowledge gaps. Both kids are on the road to mathematic success at their new school.

  • Starting Elephant Learning Age: 7.7 years
  • Current Elephant Learning Age: 11.3 years
  • The difference after six months: 3.6 years!

  • Starting Elephant Learning Age: 8.7 years
  • Current Elephant Learning Age: 11.2 years
  • The difference after six months: 2.6 years!

“My kids excelled through the program and enjoy every opportunity to get online and play” – Mom, Jeanne

No more tears at math time!

Elephant Learning helps kids learn
1 year of math in 3 months

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Dec 30

Case Study: Dillon

By Elephant Learning | Case Study

Dillon has Autism. Finding a mathematics platform to help him soar was crucial to his mom, Alise. Though they struggled during homeschool, math is now their favorite subject, thanks to Elephant Learning. 

1.) Challenges

Dillon’s autism holds him back from learning math strategies and skills. Since Alise homeschools Dillion, she needed help to teach math in a practical way for Dillon that he understood. 

2.) Finding Elephant Learning

Media that described and featured Elephant Learning’s ‘learn one year of math in three months’ caught Alise’s eye. She immediately signed Dillon up and never looked back. 

Related: 5 Common Math App Pitfalls — and How Elephant Learning is Different 

3.) Dillon’s Experience With Elephant Learning

According to Alise, Dillon loves learning mathematics with Elephant Learning. He sees his work as a game instead of work, which motivates him to learn every day. The games and positive reinforcement he receives help unlock his potential, not just in mathematics but in every subject now. 

Related: How to Gamify Your Math Lessons 

4.) Dillon’s Results 

Dillon’s math skills went from basic addition to complex word problems for children his age. Now, math is his favorite subject, and it has made teaching math so much easier and enjoyable for Alise. 

  • Age: 7 years
  • Starting Elephant Learning Age: 7.7 years
  • Current Elephant Learning Age: 9.3 years
  • The difference after six months: 1.6 years!

“My Son Doesn’t See Mathematics as Work, But as a Game.” – Mom, Alise

Case Study: Zoey and Buddy
Dec 23

Case Study: Zoey and Buddy

By Elephant Learning | Case Study

Zoey and Buddy bring tons of joy to their grandparent’s lives. Though both grandparents adore their grandchildren, they struggled to homeschool them in mathematics. 

1.) Challenges

Both kids had distinct challenges met by Elephant Learning’s math program. 

Zoey

Zoey was behind in mathematics by national standards, even though she excelled in art and languages. To her grandparents, Zoey is, “The butterfly in our family, always happy and singing.” Zoey loved school but struggled in math, despite her best efforts. Her grandparents worked on her confidence while tackling her weaknesses. 

Related: Why Your Child is Behind in Math (Yes, Even Your Child) 

Buddy 

Buddy was at-level in mathematics by national standards. In fact, he excelled in all school subjects. Buddy was, “A perfectionist by nature.” He got upset when he missed answers and was elated when he earned 100% on any exam. His grandparents worked hard to supplement his math to make sure he did not give in to laziness. The bottom line is that Buddy needed more mathematics to keep him interested in the subject. 

2.) Finding Elephant Learning

Money is tight in the family, so their grandparents looked for programs with scholarships. They immediately applied when they learned that Elephant Learning offered a scholarship with Math Matters. Their heartwarming story lowered their fees from $35 per student a month to only $10 per student! 

Related: The Early Years: Teaching Young Children Math Concepts

3.) Zoey and Buddy’s Results With Elephant Learning 

Zoey

Zoey started with an Elephant age three years below her level. After playing an average of 30 minutes a day, she has improved almost two and a half years in her Elephant Learning age! 

  • Age: 7 years
  • Starting Elephant Learning Age: 4.10 years (below level) 
  • Current Elephant Learning Age: 6.38 years (at level)
  • The difference after six months: 2.28 years! 

Buddy

Buddy loves math, but boredom held him back a year according to his Elephant Learning age. Playing on Elephant Math games brought his math skills above-level for his age! 

  • Age: 6 years
  • Starting Elephant Learning Age: 5.00 years (below level) 
  • Current Elephant Learning Age: 6.50 years (above level)
  • The difference after six months: 1.50 years! 

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