Q: How long has your child been learning with BumoBrain?
A: My son started when he was two and has been learning for 6 months now.
Q: What classes have they tried?
A: He’s enjoyed BumoBeats, Dino disco, BumoTots and will do Singalong adventure tomorrow!
Q: Who is your child’s BumoTeacher?
A: Justin Pelen, Andy Widdel and Lieryn Johnson.
Q: Why did you decide on these classes?
A: These classes seemed suitable for his age group and sounded engaging and fun! My son is really into dinosaurs and loves singing and musical instruments.
Q: Does your child use Bumo as a replacement for in-person learning or as a supplement to their usual education?
A: He hasn’t started any type of schooling yet, but it’s definitely a good replacement for in person learning during this time and I will definitely keep going as a supplement and extra curricular in the future.
Q: What’s their favorite part about their experience?
A: My little one loves the singing along and the interactive experience with the teachers. He also likes seeing all the other kids his age take part too. The learning activities using play dough and playing musical instruments also make him really happy!
Q: What’s your favorite part about their experience/the Bumo curriculum?
A: I love seeing my toddler interacting with his teachers. I can see him learning and participating, smiling and laughing. I appreciate the experience Bumo has given us during a pandemic when we couldn’t do regular in person, mommy and me classes. And it also gives me a little break to make coffee and have a breather too!
Q: How have you seen their education with BumoBrain impact their development?
A: I’ve seen quite a jump in his speech development after taking BumoBrain and growing interest in and knowledge in his colors and shapes and even different types of dinosaurs. He has also shown some new musical development and sings new songs on his own now. I’ve also seen growth in his social skills and how he interacts with other people more confidently that are not within our household.
Q: What are your goals for your child as they continue learning with Bumo?
A: My goals for him are to continue to have a love for learning even as he gets older. Excited for him to take classes like Chef Math and Bumo Bugs – Learning while having fun and socializing with kids his age.
Q: What would you share with other parents who are curious about trying Bumo?
A: I would definitely recommend Bumo to other parents. I would share that it teaches kids to have a love for learning at an early age. The classes are fun, energetic, engaging and the teachers do an amazing job creating a virtual space that feels like you’re there in person.
Q: Does your child participate in any other programs with Bumo?
A: No, but we would love to check out the BumoWork space at some point and take some in – person classes too.
Q: What has Bumo’s impact been on you/your child’s/your family’s lives since the Pandemic/Virtual Learning?
A: Bumo’s impact on us during this pandemic has been a very positive one. It has given my son an opportunity to experience a classroom experience that we could not have done without Bumo. It was nice to see my son amongst kids his own age, and nice to have a mommy and me type experience that we would have otherwise missed out on.
Q: What other classes/programs would you like to see from Bumo in the future?
A: Would love to see some foreign language classes for older kids. My daughter is 10 and I would love to put her in the Korean foreign language class!
Q: How could we make you/your child’s experience better?
A: So far I think Bumo is doing a great job, keeping the class sizes small and hiring the best teachers.
Q: How do you foresee your child’s future with Bumo?
A: I see my child growing with Bumo and taking a variety of different classes as his interests change and grow. Including foreign language classes in Korean and French!
Q: What do you feel is your child’s biggest benefit from learning with Bumo?
A: Right now, I feel his biggest benefit has been the social and interactive experience all from the comfort of home. Thank you BumoBrain!