The Brain Chase Challenge Kicks Off June 22nd!

By Shannon Gurnee
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June 11, 2015

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This week is the last week of school for our kids and I can rest assured that they won’t only be playing video games this summer.  I am really excited that our kids will be participating in the Brain Chase Challenge! What is Brain Chase? Brain Chase is a 5-week online summer learning challenge for 2nd through 8th graders. Brain Chase is a massive global treasure hunt powered by reading, writing and math and is the perfect learning adventure to prevent summer brain drain! This motivational tool is great for getting kids to do online academic work during the summer and includes a personalized learning platform. Brain Chase includes a hunt for a golden mechanical treasure, as well as a $10,000 scholarship and trophy!

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Are you worried that registering for Brain Chase this summer might not be feasible? Maybe your kids will be attending overnight camps, traveling on a family vacation or participating in other activities. The great thing about Brain Chase is how flexible it is! 

By registering for Brain Chase, your student is committing to do about five hours of focused online academic work each week for five weeks. Because the curriculum is web-based, he or she can complete the work whenever, wherever, and in whatever order he or she prefers.

Brain Chase is an online challenge, so you’re gonna need a high-speed Internet connection. It will work on the latest versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari web browsers. You’ll be able to complete math, language and reading assignments on tablets. For writing assignments, it is recommended to have a desktop or laptop available.

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Are you worried about your child falling behind because of busy summer plans? Brain Chase understands falling behind because the summer can be busy! Brain Chase allows students to catch up on missed work from previous weeks. While your child can catch up on previous weeks, he or she won’t be allowed to work ahead.

Brain Chase also has an awesome Teach Referral Reward Program! Brain Chase is offering a $15 Staples gift card to teachers for each of their students they refer to Brain Chase. Registrants who hear about Brain Chase from a teacher can simply enter that teacher’s name and school name at registration. The referral rewards can add up to substantial funding for classroom supplies. It’s also a great opportunity for a class fundraiser through the PTA, PTO or other school organizations.

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Wondering how much Brain Chase costs? If you sign up now, you can take advantage of the Premium Pricing Package. Alongside the regular pricing package ($199 for the first registration and then $100 for each sibling), Brain Chase has now begun offering their premium pricing package ($249 for the first registration and then $149 for each sibling). The premium package includes Brain Chase registration plus a Brain Chase-branded adventure backpack, a Brain Chase t-shirt and Sunstone of CortΓ©s patch. Later in the summer, these items will be available for a la carte purchase.

I’m super excited for our kids to get started with Brain Chase this summer! I love that they’ll be learning and having fun at the same time, working their way to a $10,000 scholarship and trophy!

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Will you be participating in Brain Chase this summer?
What do you like about Brain Chase?

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Shannon Gurnee is the author of Redhead Mom formerly "The Mommy-Files", a national blog with a loyal following. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with a Minor in Business Management. Shannon and her husband, Frank, have a large family with 6 awesome kids and love living on the Central Coast near San Luis Obispo, California, as well as traveling around the world. A full-time Social Media and Professional Blogger, Shannon also serves as a National Brand Ambassador for many well-known companies. Her blog focuses on motherhood, family fun activities, traveling, fashion, beauty, technology, wedding ideas and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

31 Responses to “The Brain Chase Challenge Kicks Off June 22nd!”

  1. Robin Masshole mommy says:

    That sounds like so much fun. My kids would love that.

  2. Brain Chase sounds like a great way to keep kids’ minds active over the summer without making it a chore.

  3. Catherine S says:

    This looks like a great program. I need to look into this for my niece.

  4. Pam says:

    This is a great way to prevent
    Summer Slide. I love that they are offering to let someone win a scholarship too.

  5. Marcie W. says:

    My kids would have such a blast with Brain Chase! You certainly can not beat the chance to win a scholarship.

  6. I’ve heard a lot about Brain Chase this summer. I can imagine that it would have been easier to get back into the swing if they had something like this when I was a kid. Red is too young to participate, so maybe they will have new features when he’s of age.

  7. This is such a great summer activity for the kids to do. I love concept behind it too.

  8. Theresa says:

    This sounds like a really fun challenge to keep the kids learning all summer long! I know my girls would be excited to join!

  9. Debra says:

    What a great way to keep kids engaged and their brains working during the summer. We usually do worksheets with the kids to prevent them from getting summer slide with schoolwork.

  10. Carly Brydon says:

    Brain Chase sounds like a great program! I think it’s great that there’s programs out there like this to keep kid’s minds going during Summer.

  11. Kristi says:

    That really sounds like a great program and one that would make learning fun, which is half the battle with kids in the summer.

  12. This sounds this a great program.

  13. Debbie Denny says:

    Looks like fun. Been hearing a lot about it.

  14. Megan @ C'mon Get Crafty says:

    There’s been a lot of hype about this Brain Chase – my kids are too young, but it looks awesome for older kids!

  15. Jeanine says:

    I’ve heard such great things about brain chase. I’m going to check it out with my kiddos!

  16. Ora Lee Gurr says:

    Your kids are going to have a wonderful time with Brain Chase. What a wonderful way to keep their mind sharp and ready for fall.

  17. Amber K says:

    I can definitely see Brain Chase in our future. It looks like a great way to prevent the “Summer duh’s”.

  18. Looks like a fun way to challenge yourself and stimulate the brain. Kiddo does have an iPod Touch but we limit her use. She mostly uses it to Facetime with her brother (who lives with his grandma) and her 2 sisters who live with her/their mom. (she lives here with her dad and I)

  19. Crystal says:

    The summer slide is real, but I’m trying to fight it. Brain Chase is such a neat way for kids to stay sharp.

  20. This sounds awesome. I have a three-year old and a six-year old, but I’ll definitely keep this in mind for next summer.

  21. It seems like kids lose a lot of their learning during the summer. This seems like a great way to prevent that!

  22. My kids are a bit too young to participate, but they will definitely be continuing education in the summer!

  23. My kids are all too old for this now, but it sounds like something they would have liked when they were younger. I have so many kids, it doesn’t sound like something I could have afforded.

  24. I haven’t heard of Brain Chase but it looks great.

  25. I’m going to look into this for one of my kids. It’s so easy to lose track of time in the summer and not keep skills up.

  26. Raijean says:

    I’m interested, the boychild is all about learning so this may be the perfect way to get the ball rolling on summer learning. Thanks for the suggestion.

  27. Kiwi says:

    This is really good idea for kids to keep their minds churning and learning over the summer. Seems fun and interactive!

  28. Ann Bacciaglia says:

    It is so important to keep kids brains active during the summer. This looks like a great program.

  29. What a great way to learn. it’s so hard to have kids do “work” in the summer so letting them have fun while learning is just what they need

  30. Latoicha says:

    I have never heard of Brain Chase, but now I am intrigued. I can’t wait for my kids to try it.

  31. Angela says:

    I love the way it keeps your child learning all summer, what a wonderful concept!

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