September 4th, 2011Child Up Flash Cards
Teach your child how to count
Next week millions of children here in Canada will begin pre-kindergarden and kindergarten for the first time, however less than half of those students will be prepared to make that step.
As a parent, the power to prepare them for that transition into school can be in your hands with products from Childup. Childup is a wonderful resource and I do not just say that as a product reviewer, but as a parent of a child who had learning difficulties.
For 6 years now, the ChildUp Team of early childhood development experts and dedicated parents has been providing products as well as information and solutions for parents helping them raise successful, happy well balance children.
The website consists of two sections: Early Academic Learning, where you will find Early Learning flashcards, online video courses and Emotional & Social Development. ChildUp has the right program to help you in the best development of your children’s emotional and social skills. If you need help with specific behavioral issues, or just some personal parenting advice, ChildUpcan help. ChildUp experts are ready to provide you with professional one-on-one counsel through phone or webcam online connection.
Provide your child with the proper preparation for pre-kindergarden kindergarten, and give him or her a significant edge with Teach Your Child to Count to 10 – and Teach Your Child to Count to 20 from Childup.
The flash cards included in Teach Your Child to Count to 10 – Math & Logic #1 and Teach Your Child to Count to 20 – Math & Logic #2 not only teaches them math, but because the cards has pictures of animals on them you can teach your child categorizing, sorting, and comparing.
We found the cards to be both colorful and engaging. The pictures keep your child interested and at the same time teach them how to count, addition and subtraction. You won’t find other flashcards that are as diverse as these.
The discussions you have with your child while playing with the cards about numbers and animals will further help develop your child’s vocabulary and language skills.
They are also the perfect size to take to preschool, trips to daycare, the babysitters and grandma’s house.
Flashcards are the single most cost-effective tool in learning. I know my parents used flash cards with me and I used them with both my children.
Purchase yourself a set of ChildUp Learning Learning Cards for $9.99 via the Childup website.