Lisa, my fellow blogger and guest poster received a copy of the Early Childhood Collection for the purpose of this review. The opinions stated herein are 100% her own.
Sponsored By: Rock-N-Learn
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Early Childhood Collection
Treat your toddler and/or preschooler to an exciting way to learn counting, the alphabet, shapes, colors and more with this Early Childhood Collection from Rock-N-Learn. This is the first time Rock-N-Learn has incorporated board books to their award-winning learning system.
Here’s a combo pack that gets your little one excited about learning. Alphabet Al leads youngsters on an adventure to explore letters and boost vocabulary. Rollie Roundman and friends teach preschoolers about colors, shapes, and counting up to 20. Eventually these concepts are combined for higher-level learning. The videos include catchy songs and action-packed animation for your child to enjoy watching and playing along. The large and colorful board books with engaging rhymes and favorite characters allow special moments to snuggle up with your child and share learning.
In this exclusive pack you receive:
- Alphabet DVD
- Alphabet Al’s ABC Board Book
- Colors, Shapes & Counting DVD
- Colors, Shapes & Counting Board Book
My 2.5 year old loves loves this system. He watches both videos daily. We read the board books every night before bed. In just a short time, he can count forward and backward confidently to 10. He knows all of his colors and the basic shapes (square, rectangle, circle and triangle). He is now naming the objects in two-word phrases (blue circle, red rectangle, etc).
The fun music on the DVD and the bright colors of the board books keep him engaged and interested in learning. He asks for the DVD’s by name. Here is a fantastic way to get your child ready for kindergarten.
Early Childhood Collection Giveaway
One lucky reader the opportunity to win an Early Childhood Collection. Enter for your chance to win. US only. ARV $47.99
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