Wednesday, September 14, 2011

ChildUp Learning Systems Review and Giveaway



Since 2005, the ChildUp Team of early childhood development experts and dedicated parents have been providing information and developing solutions and tools to help parents to raise happy, balanced and successful children. Backed by years of scientific research and life experiences they have developed a series of efficient early educational tools including: 
  • ChildUp Online Parenting Courses 
  • ChildUp Early Learning Game Cards
  • ChildUp Early Learning Applications
  • ChildUp Early Learning Method.

The ChildUp Early Learning Game Cards are a series of interactive and educational tools for parents, caregivers and early teachers to use interactively with their children to help them develop the learning, cognitive and social skills they will need to succeed in future academics.  They are most suited for children from ages 1 to 5 years old.  By using the Teach Your Child to Count to 10--Math & Logic #1 and Teach Your Child to Count to 20--Math & Logic #2 you child will learn to count to 10 and then to 20 in just a few short months.  Each of these Math & Logic sets includes 64 total cards--16 Parent's Cards + 48 Child's Cards. They are both designed to help develop your child's:
  • Math & Logic Skills
  • Learning & Cognitive Skills
  • Memory & Problem Solving Skills
  • Concentration & Self-Control Skills
  • Language & Social Skills
The Teach Your Child to Count to 10--Math & Logic #1 introduces your child to 40 animals, teaches numbers from 0 to 10, teaches numbers as quantities and symbols and teaches the first steps with addition.  The Teach Your Child to Count to 20--Math & Logic #2 builds off of the first set and introduces 40 new animals, teaches numbers 10 to 20, odd & even numbers, first additions & subtractions, as well as, categorizing, sorting and comparing.

I have been using both sets with my 4 year old. He has been struggling in just a few areas of number recognition and in his consistency of counting all the way to 20. What I like about these Learning Game cards is that they don't feel like forced learning, they are fun and my child responds to them much better than other ways I have tried in the past. I have learned with him--if you make it fun, he retains much more than the straight forward teaching--he needs to see it in use type of learning and these Learning Games have been great. We are huge animal lovers in our house so all the animals really adds to the interest in the cards. I am a true believer in the importance of early education and I would highly recommend the ChildUp Early Learning Game cards to parents and teachers who are working with young children. That little boost prior to kindergarten could make all the difference in the life of a child.

ChildUp is definitely a great resource for early education. If you have a little one in your life, be sure to check out these Math & Logic Cards as well as all the other helpful information and tools they have to offer. You can stay updated by following ChildUp on Facebook and Twitter.
 
ChildUp would like to send one reader a code and card pack to try ChildUp for themselves.
 
Giveaway will end at 8pm on Sunday, September 25th
Winner chosen by Random.org
Winners responsible for supplying shipping info.
U.S. entries only


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I would like the Teach Your Child To Count To 10

Janet W. said...

One thing that impresses me is that they've been around since 2005 and the program works on skills like math and reading!
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I'm really impressed with the study that states that children that get less than nine hours of sleep per night perform less well than those that get the recommended amount of sleep. I've always believed sleep was great for the brain and now I have proof.
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I am impressed with the different tools available.

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Regina D said...

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HomemadeBaby said...

I like that there are different tools in each learning kit, and that they have reading and math. This would be great for my daughter!
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lilyk said...

I am impressed that the ChildUp program is based on decades of practical positive parenting experience in real life situations and families, backed up by leading worldwide scientific research in early education from the past 10 years.

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