|This is an example of one of the interactive reviews.|
|This picture shows the characters all dressed in period costumes.|
I decided to do The Gospels section of the Bible. I found it fun and thorough. I liked the road map that told me where I was in the lessons. I agreed with my daughter that the graphics were great. The program ran smoothly on all of our devices -- a computer, laptop and Kindle. I liked the large variety in which the review items were presented. There were fill-in-the-blank questions, put in correct order questions, as well as drawing lines to the correct answer. With such a large variety of activities, it was impossible to get bored. The lessons were very clear and presented in an exciting way. I felt that the program was speaking directly to me. Really, it was that interactive.
I appreciated that I was able to see the print on any size screen, because the print was large and the graphics didn't get in the way.
I also liked how easy the program was to use. My daughter was able to go off and do it on her own. She printed off her quiz results so that I was able to keep a record of how she was doing. She will complete the program over the next few months. I will also be using it as part of my teenage son's high school World Religions course. It is in depth enough to use for upper grades. My son (14) has only looked over his sister's shoulder while she is doing the program but told me that he thought it would be a good fit him. He thought that it didn't seem to be too junior and the actors were pretty good. He thought that the questions were challenging enough to make it worthwhile.