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Brain Chase Online Summer Learning Adventure

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I have partnered with Brain Chase and The Motherhood to share with you this great new program to help kids stay mentally active over the summer break. I was introduced to the Brain Chase Summer Learning Challenge (read the overview and see a video) a few months ago and love the idea behind it.

Brain Chase is an online summer learning adventure, for kids ages 7-14, that challenges them to do reading, writing, and math to unlock animated episodes that have clues to a real-life buried treasure – a $10,000 college scholarship!

Brain Chase Sunstone of Cortés

 

The Treasure of this year’s hunt is the Sunstone of Cortés which is about 12 inches in diameter and has mechanically rotating components that open to reveal the center compartment, where the key to retrieve the $10,000 prize will be hidden!

 

Want a first-hand look at what your kids will be experiencing? Visit the new “dashboard demo” to how each week’s challenges work! You can interact with last year’s dashboard for detailed explanations about how kids’ work is tracked during the program’s five weeks.

Brain Chase Dashboard

 

New Language Learning Module:

The program also offers a new partnership with Rosetta Stone! All Brain Chase registrants will now have the opportunity to choose to participate in a language module as part of their online academic work. The language module, if selected, will replace the writing module. Students will be required to complete 2 lessons (a total of a little over an hour) each week in order to fulfill their language requirement and unlock the next episode. Students will be allowed to choose from 30+ languages when they register and will have a week at the beginning of the program in which to switch languages if they prefer. Rosetta Stone will be part of the all-inclusive pass to the best online curriculum providers that comes with Brain Chase registration.

Teacher Referral:

Teacher referral reward program. Brain Chase is offering $15 to teachers for each of their students they refer to Brain Chase. Registrants who hear about Brain Chase from a teacher can simply enter that teacher’s name and school name at registration. Kids fight summer brain drain to win a treasure… and teachers win too! Download flyers to share with students here: Brain Chase for Schools.

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Pricing:

Brain Chase will be offering a pricing package ($199 for the first registration, and then $100 for each sibling), along with a premium pricing package that will include Brain Chase registration plus a Brain Chase-branded adventure backpack, a Brain Chase t-shirt and Sunstone of Cortés patch ($249 for the first registration, and then $149 for each sibling). Later in the summer, these items will be available for a la carte purchase.

The Brain Chase Library Challenge:

Throughout the month of May, Brain Chase will be hosting a 4-city Library Challenge. In each of the following cities, they will hide a voucher worth $1,000 in a local public library:

  • Seattle (May 11)
  • Boston (May 18)
  • Orange County (June 1)

A unique riddle will lead adventurers to the exact location of the voucher and a complimentary Brain Chase registration.

Stay Connected or Learn More:

Brain Chase Giveaway:CLOSED

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED: WINNER Jane Ritz

Brain Chase Giveaway

 

One reader will receive one Brain Chase Registration {$199}. See form for Entry Details. Open to U.S. residents. You must be 18 years old to enter to win. This giveaway ends at 11:59 PM EST on 5.22.15

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Brain Chase and The Motherhood. All opinions are my own.

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  1. Avatar
    Jane Ritz
    May 7, 2015 at 10:59 am

    CI am a former teacher. I think it is so important to keep the children’s minds working during the summer. Visiting the local libraries and joining reading programs is great. Programs like this is super for kids with computers.

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    Jane Ritz
    May 7, 2015 at 11:02 am

    The thing I like most about the program is that it is fun for the children while learning. If it’s not fun, the children will not do the program. This sounds very interesting for children.

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    sandra
    May 14, 2015 at 11:06 am

    I tend to purchase summer bridge activity books or the like. however, i’m bad about keeping on them about doing the work.

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    Tammy Baranoff
    May 19, 2015 at 6:35 pm

    I’m excited about this. Summertime brain stimuli is often depicted as
    a hassle instead of an opportunity to be challenged. Thanks for
    letting your readers know about this.

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    Myla J
    May 19, 2015 at 6:38 pm

    Do help with summer brain drain, I like to maintain a routine that involves some sort of learning each day. I let my kids pick the topics they want to study, but we do a lot of hands-on learning and field trips surrounding the topics. Also, we do the library summer reading program. Thanks!

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    Beth
    May 20, 2015 at 10:16 pm

    I’m really excited about my kids getting the chance to solve this mystery! I would love the treasure to be hidden near one of the US national parks.

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    Lana Bradstream
    May 20, 2015 at 10:52 pm

    My daughter is going to summer school. It’s a three-week course, but I am hoping it will make her more prepared for third grade

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    Emily Endrizzi
    May 22, 2015 at 4:14 am

    I have the kids work on reading over the summer. They also write in their journals each night on an assigned topic.

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    Emily Endrizzi
    May 22, 2015 at 4:20 am

    I think this is a really cool program. It doesn’t even seem like learning. It just looks like a game. So cool!

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    Lily Kwan
    May 23, 2015 at 5:27 am

    My tips to prevent summer brain drain are to use educational apps and to go to the library. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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