Here is another video snippet.
This is a snippet of the text book. This is very similar to a standard text book, and it is a great resource to help further explain a concept. I really like the use of colors, and we found that to be a nice help.
Here is a snip of a worksheet. I like the different font, instead of the standard Arial style font. I'm not sure if one can download and print these or not. We just used pencil and paper on our own to transcribe the problems.
Overall I found Stinky Kid Math to be an age appropriate math supplement that is varied and fun. I wouldn't use it as a stand alone curriculum with out supplementing with more work, since each lesson only has 1 worksheet. We really liked the variety and novelty, and the colorful presentations. The lessons aren't very long, and the games are a nice addition.
Does Stinky Kid Math Pass My 4 ingredient Test?
This is intended to be a supplement so you can move around as you need. Naturally, with math it is best to move in order, but if your child is ahead there is no need to start at the very beginning. And you can easily go back if needed, also.
2.) Value: Is it long lasting? Will it cover multiple grade ranges? Are you locked in to one specific grade level? Are there hidden fees?
Stinky Kid Math covers a wide range of topics that would cover a varying spectrum of ages. You aren't locked into a specific grade level.
3.) Attention span: Is it boring? Is it engaging? Is it varied enough for ADHD? Does it last too long?
We did not find it boring at all. It is varied enough that it kept MY attention and Mr. B's, and that's saying a lot. The videos aren't boring, and the changing backgrounds really help to minimize any boredom. The same can be said about the colors.
4.) Does it tie into other things we already have?
This works as a great supplement to any existing math curriculum you may be using, or you could use this as your main and add additional supplemental materials as deemed necessary-but remember this is not certified as a stand alone curriculum.