Kidtelligent – a Personalized Road Map for Your Child

by Liza Corbo

Contributing writer, Liza, mother of 3 boys, chimes in on…

I had the opportunity recently to complete an online assessment for my son through Kidtelligent.  While Kidtelligent is geared towards children ages 7-13, I completed the online assessment for my nearly 6 year old and I still found I received great information.

What kind of learner is your child?

Kidtelligent offers a system to measure and improve your child’s success – not only in school but also on the athletic fields and in other areas as well.  You as the parent complete the survey for your child (over 11 years old, you could have them try to complete it on their own!)… your child is then placed into one of several categories such as problem-solver, achiever, explorer… my son?  Is an Organizer.  (Which trust me made total sense!)

Kidtelligent says to think of the assessment and results like a personalized road map for your child.  I kind of like that!  (If only kids really did come with maps!)  Taking the cues from the assessment, it should be easier to get homework accomplished, find a good sports fit, even see what your child may be interested in for the future.  They give you some ideas to help your child succeed along the way.

After the assessment you get an overview for your child with personality, learning style and sports profiles.  There are five sections listed with advice on home, learning, activities, with others and being the best.  At the end you can even help make a plan for your child, listing particular challenges and areas to work on.  I really liked being able to add things in and formulate a plan.

We’re giving away free assessments to our readers!

We liked it so much at 5 Minutes For Mom that we are giving away one free assessment per reader from Kidtelligent (valued at $24.95) – but time is limited so hurry on over!  The offer expires October 30th.  Here is the link to the assessment.  Please use code:  freeblogtrial-001a-f6b0-4709 and let us know what you think!

Why join Kidtelligent?

Become a member and get:

  • Custom personality, learning-style, and sports report
  • Personality-specific videos, articles and tools
  • Access to a community of parents with children like yours
  • Personalized action plan
    Kidtelligent can also be found on Facebook and on their weekly Parent Blog.


    Written by 5 Minutes for Mom contributing writer, Liza, mom of 3 boys (including 4 year old twins!) and author of Cira’s Lyrics. You can connect with Liza on twitter @Liza_Rae.

    Disclosure: This is part of a paid campaign with Kidtelligent, but as always thoughts and opinions are our own.

Email Author    |    Website About Liza Corbo

Liza is a mom of three boys - a five year old and four year old twins. On her personal blog, Cira's Lyrics, she writes about family, chaos and day to day happenings. She also writes reviews at Buy-Her where she focuses on fashion, beauty products, and more. Connect with Liza on twitter at @Liza_Rae.

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1 Jena September 28, 2011 at 2:40 pm

Code didn’t work for me. :( Thanks muches anyway!


2 Lolli September 28, 2011 at 7:28 pm

We have mailed Kidtelligent to see what’s wrong with the code. We’ll get it working as soon as we can. So sorry for the problems!


3 Lolli October 1, 2011 at 8:36 am

Jena – Kidtelligent fixed the code so that it will work now for unlimited uses through October 30! Let me know how it goes! :)


4 Melissa September 28, 2011 at 3:11 pm

The code wouldn’t work for me either…I received the error message, “Code has already been used.” This sounds like something that would be of a great benefit for my 8 yr old son though :)


5 Lolli September 28, 2011 at 7:29 pm

Melissa, I’ve emailed Kidtelligent and will get the code fixed on the post as soon as I hear back form them. So sorry it is having problems!


6 Lolli October 1, 2011 at 8:36 am

Melissa, Kidtelligent fixed the code so that it will work now for unlimited uses through October 30! Let me know how it goes! :)


7 Holly September 28, 2011 at 10:24 pm

Sounds great! I think it’s great to start from a child’s success rather than focus on his/her shortcomings.


8 Lolli October 1, 2011 at 8:37 am

Holly, if you want to take the assessment for your child, Kidtelligent fixed the code so that it will work now for unlimited uses through October 30! Thanks for reading!


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