You can conveniently access the Age of Learning programs your child is using at school—at no cost to you—from the comfort of your home. All that’s required is a computer or other compatible device, internet access, and a username and password to log in.
In this article, you’ll learn how to test your devices, activate your account, access our Caregiver Center, launch our programs, and monitor your child’s progress.
- Test Your Device
- Set Up Free Home Access
- Access the Caregiver Center
- Launch Age of Learning Programs
- Review Your Child's Progress
☑ Test Your Device
To access our programs, you can use desktop and laptop computers (PCs, Macs, Chromebooks), Android and iPad tablets, as well as Android and iPhone mobile phones with internet access (view all technical requirements here).
We strongly suggest that you click the link below so our automatic system checker can quickly test the device(s) you plan to use. This easy-to-use tool will verify your device’s compatibility and confirm your internet connection is fast enough.
☑ Set Up Free At-Home Access
To activate your free at-home access to Age of Learning programs, all you need is your Redemption Code. You should have received a code from your child’s teacher via email or as a hard copy handed out in school. If you did not yet receive your code, you may want to check any papers your child brought home or ask your child’s teacher to resend it via email.
- Go to our code redemption page.
- Select your preferred language (English or Spanish).
- Enter your Redemption Code and click Submit.
- Fill in your information, such as your First Name and Email Address (use the address that your code was sent to; this will be your username whenever you log in), choose a Password and Confirm Password, and then click Submit. (If you see a prompt with a Continue Sync button, click that, too.)
☑ Access the Caregiver Center
The email address and the password you entered when redeeming your student code will be the username and password you use to log in to our Caregiver Center and launch your child’s learning programs.
- Navigate to the Caregiver Center.
Enter the login credentials you created when redeeming your code.
Don't have a username or password? You must redeem your code to set up your username and password. If you lost your code, please reach out to your teacher so they can provide you with a new one.
- Already redeemed a code? Log in with the username and password you selected during the code redemption process. You only need to redeem your code once to set up your account. If you have already redeemed the code and are not linked to your child’s information, you can speak to our Customer Care team to help locate the information you entered.
- Don't have a username or password? You must redeem your code to set up your username and password. If you lost your code, please reach out to your teacher so they can provide you with a new one.
☑ Launch Age of Learning Programs
Depending on the license held by their school, your child can access one or more of our programs through our Caregiver Center. To use My Math Academy or My Reading Academy:
- Log in to the Caregiver Center
- Click Product Launch at the top of the page to see the products available to your child.
- Find the product you want to access (e.g., My Math Academy or My Reading Academy) and click it to launch the program.
For a quick overview of our programs, watch this video about My Math Academy and My Reading Academy.
☑ Review Your Child’s Progress
Our Caregiver Center makes it easy to check on your child’s progress with our programs at any time.
Log in to the Caregiver Center.
Click Dashboard at the top of the screen.
Find the program you want to see progress for (e.g., My Math Academy or My Reading Academy) and click on it.
My Math Academy and My Reading Academy’s detailed Usage & Progress Dashboards give you clear insights into your child’s progress.
- The Student’s Engagement area, also known as the Weekly Usage Tracker, shows the amount of time your child used My Math Academy or My Reading Academy during the current week and if they are not on track, on track, or have already met their goal.
- The Skills In Progress area shows the current skills your child is working on, along with added resources to support your student at home. You can also view the current activity that is teaching this skill to your child.
- The Overall Progress shows the breakdown of your child’s accomplishments by Previously Learned, Completed, In Progress, and Future Skills.