My son, Rolf, is 2. I try to make learning fun and encourage his development on a daily basis. We use a lot of flash cards, in hopes of helping his vocabulary grow. When I heard about ChildUp, I really wanted to try this fun educational tool with Rolf.
Until the last century, many parents, educators and even scientists believed that children were unable to learn any math before the age of five. Recent research has shown that this assumption was wrong and that in fact children are ready to understand the basics of math much earlier. Both boys and girls are born, almost without exception, with the ability to do well in mathematics, which is a good reason to discover and develop the subject prior to beginning school.
ChildUp generously sent me 2 decks of cards, the Teach Your Child to Count to 10 Math and Logic Game 1 and Teach Your Child to Count to 20 Math and Logic Game 2.
The cards are sturdy and durable, which is a must with my 2 year old. They are colorful and include fun pictures of animals, which my son really liked.
ChildUp Math and Logic Games for several more years.
This is a great item for parents or care givers to have. It is educational and fun. It can enhance your daily learning thru play sessions and can help develop strong math skills before your child enters school.
For parents on the go, you can get 4 apps for you ipad/iphone to make learning a mobile experience. You also might be interested in online parenting classes aimed to nuture your child's emotional development from ChildUp.
Would you like to Win the Math and Logic 1 and 2 games? If you feel lucky come back July 31- August 13th to enter!
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