The Online Homeschool Vocabulary Program You Need!

the online homeschool vocabulary program you need

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Building a strong vocabulary is such an important part of the learning process! When it comes to homeschool vocabulary programs, there are a number of options out there. One of those options is Wordela and, if you’re anything like me, I really think you’ll appreciate the value and ease of using Wordela while homeschooling!

Great for Busy Families

I’m all about making homeschooling easy. I’m busy, you’re busy. We just don’t have the time to always spend hours preparing lessons and activities for the kids.

Getting started with a Wordela account is super easy and can have the kids strengthening their vocabulary skills within minutes. (really, it’s that easy!)

From the admin portal, parents can set up separate student accounts for the kids, organize activities and vocabulary courses levels appropriate for each child, keep track of their progress through live reporting, and more.

Homeschool Vocabulary Made Fun

When I’m picking out a homeschooling program for my kids, I like to have options. I need the program to be effective, engaging, and multi-faceted because, just like the rest of us, my kids enjoy having a bit of variety in their homeschool lessons.

Really, I don’t blame them. Variety is apparently the “spice of life” after all!

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In addition, since my kids would prefer to spend the rest of their lives playing video games, I totally appreciate when an education app includes some aspect of video game play.

Wordela really checks all the boxes!

image showing the Wordela platform being used on a tablet, laptop, and a cell phone
Wordela makes it super easy to view student progress!

This homeschool vocabulary program differentiates instruction by offering a number of interactive learning activities through word practice and courses.

When strengthening vocabulary through word practice, Wordela has 4 different options:

  • Autolearn: after reading a definition, students select the correct vocabulary word through multiple choice options
  • Smart Flashcards: students can “self-test” using virtual flashcards
  • Review: students can read the details of each vocabulary word as well as learn parts of speech, word root and such
  • ZSpell: students can put their spelling and typing skills to the test in a space-themed game!
Photo of my youngest completing a Wordela lesson on his laptop
My youngest thrived with the Autolearn option thanks to the instant feedback!

When strengthening vocabulary through courses, Wordela has a number of options ranging from video-based courses like:

  • Corporate Vocabulary
  • ESL Vocabulary
  • Brain Training
  • Word Booster

Each course provides a short description, recommended age range, estimated time to complete the course, and more so that you (or the kids!) can make sure to select a course that is the best fit.

screenshot of a few of the course options available within the Wordela platform

Our Experience with Wordela

Since Wordela is online, I didn’t really have many issues with getting the kids to complete their vocabulary practice. Sure, there were times when they didn’t really want to practice (doesn’t that happen with EVERY curriculum at some point?), but they really did seem to enjoy it!

My youngest (age 9) especially likes to speak with “big words.” I don’t know if he just likes the look of amazement when he speaks to someone with his so-called “big words,” but that seems to be a big motivator for him.

My oldest (age 11) actually prides himself on his typing abilities so, when he got to practice vocabulary words with the ZSpell game, he was in his glory!

my oldest completing a wordela vocabulary lesson on his laptop
Moving boxes make great desks, don’t they? My kids were able to easily practice their vocabulary even during the moving process thanks to online learning!

As a parent, I especially like that I can easily add 10 minutes of vocabulary practice into each day with little effort on my part. Like I always tell my kids “work smarter, not harder!” We’ll definitely continue including Wordela homeschool vocabulary practice into our homeschool days!

Check it Out

Since Wordela is a membership-based program, there are a few different options for you to choose from depending on the number of student accounts you’ll need. Based on the quality and ease of the program, I find Wordela to be super affordable especially when you take into account that each membership includes unlimited access for up to 5 years! Incredible, right?

Go ahead and check out Wordela for yourself! I really think you’ll find it to be a valuable part of the homeschooling experience!

As always, if you have any questions, please let me know. I’m happy to help myself or could certainly point you in the direction of someone that can.

Until next time, stay safe and enjoy quality time with your family,

- Elizabeth (and the kids. and the husband. even the dog.)
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Elizabeth Dukart is a proud Georgia-based born and raised Jersey Girl, wife, and mom of 2 human boys & 1 canine boy.

Created in 2021, Elizabeth owns and publishes That Homeschool Family: a free resource for homeschooling parents and beyond! A seasoned blogger, Elizabeth previously published a popular location-specific family resource blog, but decided to “Pivot!” her blogging focus after she started homeschooling her two boys in 2020. In addition to this blog, you can follow Elizabeth’s homeschooling and family adventures on Facebook, TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, and Pinterest. She can also be found in her Facebook Group: That Homeschool Family Hangout.

When she’s not busy taking over the world or homeschooling, Elizabeth can be found listening to music (especially The Beatles & Harry Styles!), being silly with her boys, watching movies with family, shopping, or traveling!

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