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Just thought I'd share a site we've been using for about 1 1/2 years. ixl.com
What we like about it:
We've recently taken a year's subscription so we can practice unlimited and maintain reports on progress/mastery. I like that the site encourages additional practice and challeges the student as they go on in a specific area (but I must admit my child is not thrilled; when 1 question is missed, it takes 5-10 additional questions to reach mastery...not a punishment, simply making sure the student gets enough additional practice after explaining how to solve/answer).
It's a great way to break up the monotany of worksheets.
For any child under 10, the 20 questions a day is plenty...though I'm glad to have the reports. For children 10-13, 40 questions a day without angst. We have tried just mastering one area a day, but the pressure to reach 100% can add undo stress. Encourage a break around 85%. And try switching to another area, leaving them partially done so the child can go back and finish when motivated (for the award sheet, which I admit is mediocre).
Hope that helps (we are not affliated in any way with the site, just finding it useful) Blessings