Try ABC Mouse FREE for 30 Days

My kids love being on tech gadgets and all the glory they bring. Me, on the other hand, prefer books and hands-on gadgets like kitchen appliances. Even though my kids and I are interested in different gadgets and our styles of learning are different, the passion of learning we have in common. I took this common passion and turned it into a way to connect while using technology. Enter onto the scene: ABC Mouse free.

 

What is ABC Mouse?

ABC Mouse is a child safe website (read: no advertising, no pop-up ads, and no external links) that is a FULL online curriculum for children ages 2-7.  Curriculum includes reading, math, science, and art. In addition to learning, the site is fun and interactive for both my kids and me.

 

How do I get ABC Mouse free?

My kids have been asking to use ABC Mouse for about a year now. I’ve always said no because I didn’t want to spend the $8 a month if they didn’t like it. Since I am a frugal person and I didn’t want to waste the money, I waited for a free trial to come up, and here it is! ABC Mouse FREE for 30 days! Woot! Woot!

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What is SB?

Not only did I get a free trial, I also got 175 SB! How perfect is that?

What’s that? What is SB? Oh, SB represents points rewarded to me from a free online rewards program called Swagbucks. Any time I shop online, play games, watch videos, and more, I get rewarded points called SB with no obligation to buy. (And they don’t ask for your credit card to join Swagbucks – that’s how free it is). It’s how I get cash and gift cards of my choice to pay for Christmas, birthdays, holidays, and ‘just because’ moments.

Read more about Swagbucks here. If you want to sign up for Swagbucks AND get ABC Mouse free for 30 days, click here.

 

How does ABC Mouse help with fibromyalgia?

Each of my younger kids, so far, play ABC Mouse every day for about thirty minutes to an hour. I don’t have to sit with them because the site is easy enough for my six and four year olds to navigate alone, but I enjoy working on their learning paths with them. Furthermore, I’m so confident with the site and their ability to navigate it, that when a fibro flare strikes, I can rely on it to keep them quietly entertained. ABC Mouse is a child safe website with no advertising, no pop-up ads, or external links compared to other learning sites where there is a constant worry of adult material or clicking on unwanted ads.

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Conclusion

Kids learn while singing songs, painting, watching videos, putting together puzzles, and all sorts of fun stuff. Each lesson gets slightly more difficult than the last while keeping their attention. As a result, when ABC Mouse free is over, I will be keeping it for the low monthly price of $7.95. To me, it’s a small price to pay for their learning.

 

Try ABC Mouse for FREE and get 175 SB #ABCMouse #Swagbucks #BeingFibroMom
photo credit: image created by Brandi, Being Fibro Mom, using an image from ABCMouse.com

 

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Brandi

Hi, I’m Brandi, the writer and creator of Being Fibro Mom and My Fibro Journal. Aside from my work on Being Fibro Mom, I run a group called Fibro Parenting on Facebook. I've been writing for the Fibromyalgia Magazine since 2016 and recently became the Secretary and Fibro & Families program director for International Support Fibromyalgia Network. Facebook-+-Twitter-+-Instagram

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