Well, I haven't visited this forum in such a long time. How's everyone doing? We've run into another issue with David's schooling, but we think we found the solution. David is 6 but in 2nd grade. He quickly finished his math and was starting to answer his brothers 4th grade work. I had a feeling he was above grade level and asked for some advice on a gifted board I lurk around sometimes. Well, someone suggested this Online program. It's called ALEKS. It starts at 3rd grade. Well, they offer a free month to try it out. I signed both kids up. Ben was about done with the math portion of his book also. They make them take a placement test. I was shocked to find out that David is over half way through 3rd grade, almost 3/4 of the way through. And Ben is right where he should be for the year. They love being able to do their work on my computer and they can move as quickly through the material as they need. That's been the biggest issue with Abeka's math. We since decided to not use Abeka this year. Although I will probably go back to their grammar and spelling soon. They don't need the repetition that is a part of the Abeka program. It just frustrates David. Now I see why. He was doing addition of 2 digits when he is doing double digit multiplication and division in his head. (Hind sight) Has anyone else used ALEKS? I'm wondering how it stacks up to some of the other programs?