Online Summer Learning With Brain Chase #BrainChase #Sponsored

Online summer learning program, #BrainChase #Giveaway

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A few weeks ago, I told you about Brain Chase, an online summer learning challenge, and since then, I’ve had a chance to demo it myself. I wish I was a kid because Brain Chase was a lot of fun for me.

Online summer learning program, #BrainChase #Giveaway

Before I talk about some of the new announcements, go back and read my first Brain Chase post so you know all about this cool online summer learning challenge. Go ahead, I’ll wait.

Now that you are back, let’s talk about some of the new announcements and at the end I’ll have a giveaway of one (1) registration.

Brain Chase 2015 – The Sunstone of Cortés Official Trailer

A new trailer:

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That looks like so much fun.

Hands-On Dashboard Brain Chase Demo

I have a hard time visualizing something in my head when I hear a description. I need to get in there and play around with it before I fully understand. Brain Chase is offering a hands-on demo using last year’s dashboard. When I started playing around with the demo, it all made much more sense. So give the Brain Chase demo a try.

boy trying out the online summer learning challenge, Brain Chase.

Rosetta Stone Language Option

My son is going into 7th grade and will be starting French next year. He is worried about learning a foreign language, so when I saw that Brain Chase is going to offer a language module, I knew I had to sign him up for the French Rosetta Stone option.They are offering over 30 languages and will have one week to switch languages if you change your mind.

Rosetta Stone replaces the writing module, so all kids still do the same amount of work. While my son is doing a bit of summer learning, he’ll also be facing his fear of French. It won’t seem so scary when he starts next year.

Making of the Sunstone of Cortés Trophy

The Sunstone of Cortez. Look for the Sunstone in the Brain Chase online learning challenge to find the key to the hidden prize.

The Sunstone is about 12 inches in diameter and opens to reveal a center compartments where a kid is hidden. That key is used to retrieve the $10,000 hidden prize. All of your child’s summer learning work could result in this win. Here is a video showing how the Sunstone was made.

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This Sunstone would look gorgeous on my mantle in my family room.

Brain Chase Giveaway


Brain Chase is offering one (1) registration to one (1) lucky reader.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Giveaway open to US addresses only.

Approximate value of prize is $199

Prizing and samples provided by Brain Chase.

See complete giveaway details in the Rafflecopter widget above (click on the options above and click on “terms and conditions” to read the full details.)

Disclosure: I received compensation and a free registration for Brain Chase in exchange for my post. All opinions are my own.


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  • I would choose the foreign language module. Wish I could replace the reading with it in stead. I don’t have to reward my kids for reading…they love it.

  • We would choose Rosetta Stone. Because of our family background, the kids have been wanting to learn Portuguese, but the schools around here don’t offer it as a language choice. Thanks!

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