Tuesday, August 30, 2011

ChildUp! Help Your Child Succeed! Review & Giveaway! {CLOSED}

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Since 2005, the ChildUp Team of early childhood development experts and dedicated parents is providing information and developing solutions and tools for parents who intend to raise successful, balanced, and happy children.

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.

We've been teaching Judah numbers/counting, letters/words, colors, shapes, food groups, animals; anything you could think of through Flash Cards since just after his 1st birthday. He fell in love with flash cards one day when my husband brought a pack home with Sesame Street characters and one thing led to another and now we have over two dozen Flash Cards. When I had been offered the chance to review ChildUp, I was incredibly excited. I'm a huge advocate of early learning through Flash Cards! As a Mom that has witnessed what amazing things they can do when you have the right set of cards, I really wanted to share this company and their purpose with you.

ChildUp offers a series of efficient solutions and tools in matter of parenting, early childhood development, and early learning: the ChildUp Online Parenting Courses, the ChildUp Early Learning Game Cards, the ChildUp Early Learning Applications, and the ChildUp Early Learning Method.
 
ChildUp consists of two sections: Early Academic Learning (where you will find the Early Learning Game Cards) and Emotional & Social Development. Whether you are wanting assistance to further your child's successes in math and reading, need help with specific behavioral issues, multi-lingual development or just some personal parenting advice, ChildUp offers such a wide range of tools; all of which are very easy to implement and follow along.

The Early Learning Game Cards have two sets. Teach your Child to Count to 10 and Teach Your Child to Count to 20. Each set includes the following:
  • Numbers 0-10
  • Numbers as quantities and symbols
  • The first steps of addition
These help the child to learn Math and logic skills, learning and cognitive skills, listening and memory skills and attention and concentration and language and social skills. So they're very adaptable for a wide age range.

Judah and I have been using the cards for a few weeks now. He absolutely loves them. They have vivid photographs of animals from the farm and the jungle. He had finally allowed me to take a video of him reading off the card numbers, however he is beginning to learn to count the animals. The only difference between these cards and his previous ones is that the animals change on the cards and are not the same animal. You can have 6 monkeys and 1 giraffe for 7 (as in the example photo above), but this is a great next step for him because he needs to learn how to count different objects in a group; you won't find other cards that are diverse like these and I think this is one of the best aspects (outside of the cards that give you instructional games that are included).





ChildUp is an amazing resource. I not only say that as a product reviewer, but as a mother and advocate of early learning. Children love to learn if given the tools and ability to have fun with it, which is the MOST important thing. Have fun! Laugh, enjoy the time together and be amazed at the small successes along the way.

Connect:

You can connect with ChildUp on Facebook, @ChildUp on Twitter and/or register to ChildUp and check it out for yourself!

Buy It!

You can buy the ChildUp Learning Learning Cards for $9.99.

The Giveaway: How would you like to win a set of ChildUp Early Learning Cards. Teach Your Child to Count to 10 & Teach Your Child to Count to 20!

To enter the giveaway head over to ChildUp and tell me something that you have learned from that page! This step must be done before you can qualify for extra entries.

Extra Entries:
  • Follow @ChildUp on Twitter
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  • Post the Outnumbered 3 to 1 button on your blog sidebar and/or add us to your text blog roll, leaving a link {1 entry for each}
  • Comment on any non giveaway post {1 entry for each post commented on, max 2 extra entries}
  • Share this post using the "share" button below {Let me know where you shared it and your user name if applicable}
  • Blog about this giveaway, linking to the giveaway post. Make sure to leave a direct link {5 Entries, commenting 5 times}
  • Follow @OutnumberedMama on Twitter
  • Tweet this giveaway using the following tweet and leave a direct link to your tweet {Can be done daily}
#Win a set of Early Learning Cards from @ChildUp @OutnumberedMama http://outnumbered3-1.com #Giveaway
Please leave a separate comment for each extra entry, otherwise it will just be counted as one. Your loss.

This giveaway is open to residents of the US until September 13th at 11:59 pm.

Check out a complete list of giveaway rules.


I received samples for the purpose of reviewing. Opinions expressed are my own or my families and are not influenced by any form of compensation. Take it or leave it. Click here to view my full acknowledgment policy.

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  1. Having an involved parent in the child's education proves greater success.

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