Homeschool using Learn with Diagrams


While this post has been sponsored by Learn with Diagrams and I received this program for free, my thoughts and opinions have not been swayed in any way.

How to use Learn With Diagrams in your Homeschool

I recently discovered an amazing tool in Learn with Diagrams to help prepare my children, particularly my oldest son! As many of you know, my oldest is diagnosed with Aspergers. He can read extremely well, but could care less about the rules of grammar.

Therefore, finding a product that will help him learn grammar AND prepare him for Classical Conversations Challenge A is incredibly taxing! At least until I discovered Learn with Diagrams!

In the digital world we live in, the constant flow of information and resources via the internet makes having great resources like Learn With Diagrams so much easier to find and access.

For whatever reason my oldest son thrives on technology and digital learning methods in his Aspergers world. Needless to say, I was thrilled when I discovered this resource.

After so many disappointments, I was cautiously optimistic that this program would be a hit with him. My optimism paid off and it was a hit! He loved it! This programming is wonderful and affordable, too! It gave my oldest a great review of diagramming and at the time of this posting, he has now admitted something…..

He actually likes diagramming sentences now! Y’all, this is huge! Take a look

Why we love Learn with Diagrams-

Learn with Diagrams is an easy to use grammar tool that teaches kids the correct way to diagram a sentence. You can customize and integrate the tool into your own curricula to use as you please. With lessons, videos and even constructive feedback, it’s sure to be both fun and educational.

While the program is aimed at grades 5 and up, you could easily begin incorporating it into your regular curriculum and at your own pace with younger kids. Learn with Diagrams can align right along with your chosen lessons with just a few steps.

I first introduced the Learn with Diagrams program with my 13-year-old, and we’ve decided to continue using it throughout the summer to ensure that we stay on top of our game for Classical Conversations.

Next year he will be in his Challenge years and I needed to see where he was with diagramming. I was amazed at how much he loved this program! To settle my curiosity, I also let both my 8 and 10-year-old’s poke around in it a bit too.

My 10 year old, going into 5th grade LOVED it! In fact, he begged to not stop! My eight year old also really enjoyed it! It was a bit more complicated for him, but he did really well with it!

Right now, Learn with Diagrams is offering Awe Filled Homemaker readers $10 off their program when you use the code Grammargame, which makes it only $9!

This is such a total steal for a program that engages the mind on so many levels! Logical connections, creativity, complexity, clarity, language appreciation, and sharpness, all included in one easy tool.

I am just so excited to use this for my kids to help prepare them for a new school year in Classical Conversations!

What are you doing to teach your kids diagramming? Share below! I would love to hear from you!

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