All parent member reviews for DreamBox Learning Math

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Parent of a 5, 8, and 17 year old Written byDefeating autis... March 7, 2011

Great for K through 3rd graders

My kids love to play Dreambox. They ask for computer time and are learning math! Price is very reasonable, especially if you buy the 6 month package. I heartily endorse this site. My kindergartener is already in the 1st grade curriculum.
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Parent of a 2 and 7 year old Written byTomPo January 4, 2010

Love it and she is learning math!

I think this is a smart way to teach math to a child. The math lessons use fun and challenge to get the child learning.
Parent of a 5 year old Written byPetVet August 28, 2009

my 5 year old son loves it!

my 5 year old son could quickly play on his own and didn't want to quit!
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Parent of a 7 year old Written bygetloud April 11, 2010

ok for 5+

I was not sure but it was jus enough to pass for me.
Educator and Parent of a 7 and 11 year old Written bykmillsma April 17, 2011

fun and educational

My 7 year old enjoys playing it about every second day and I like the parent information it gives. It offers games according to your child's ability and then moves them forward.
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Parent of a 6 year old Written byGAFamily March 5, 2010

Super fun and confidence building

My sweet girl loves Dreambox Learning. It has been a great way to challenge her and keep her interested in math. I have seen her applying concepts to everyday problems and she is now far ahead of the other children in her class. Her favorite part of playing is how the game rewards her with tokens, certificates, etc and tracking her progress. Well worth the money!
Grandparent of a 2 year old Written bykkk k. January 23, 2017


This is horrible, don tget it, useless. children dont learn these things.
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Parent Written byGema Valeska B. October 18, 2016