• Based on a sample of more than 14,000 children ages 2–8, using ABCmouse for at least 45 minutes and completing 15 Learning Activities across three separate days per week can increase learning and minimize summer learning loss.
• Children who use ABCmouse more— whether by completing structured lessons or unstructured free play activities—show greater learning gains.
• Regular ABCmouse usage can help children of all skill levels, particularly those who start the summer with lower skills, catch up to higherskilled peers by summer’s end, closing the gap by up to 87 percent.
• More than 80 percent of parents reported that, since using ABCmouse, their children were more motivated to learn and were more independent in completing Learning Activities.
You can check out the full research paper here: ABCmouse Research Brief