Liam is now two years old and is quite a curious boy. He loves for me to read for him and he very much enjoys learning new words. I bought a few packs of flashcards and he took to them immediately, wanting to go over them several times a day. When I had the opportunity to review ChildUp, I was so excited because Liam was ready to start learning numbers.
About Child Up Teach Your Child To Count
Teach Your Child to Count to 10 - Math & Logic #1 is the first pack of ChildUp Early Learning Game Cards, a series of educational tools for parents, caregivers, and early teachers who intend to develop, by playing in an interactive way, the learning and intellectual skills of their children and to best prepare them for school and future academic excellence.
Teach Your Child to Count to 20 is the 2nd pack (the complement of the 1st pack, Teach Your Child to Count to 10) of the ChildUp Early Learning Game Cards, a series of educational tools for parents, caregivers, and early teachers who intend to develop, by playing in an interactive way, the learning and intellectual skills of their children and to best prepare them for school and future academic excellence.
Both sets are appropriate for children ages 1-5.
I thought these cards would be like the usual counting cards with pictures of animals and objects that interest children, encouraging them to learn to count. However, the Teach Your Child to Count to 10 and Teach Your Child to Count to 20 included much more than just that! Each set includes 48 cards teaching to count with popular animals. In addition, it includes 16 cards for parents. The cards for parents teach them the ChildUp Early Learning Method and give suggestions for successfully teaching children how to count. I read through the cards, which were very easy to navigate and understand, and very much agreed with the advice. I found it very helpful and insightful.
Not only have the cards been very helpful tools at teaching the boys how to count, but they also teach other skills, too. The have especially helped improve Liam's memory and cognitive skills. He's able to sit for longer periods of time to go over the cards, which is a major plus. He is slowly learning his numbers, but more than that, he enjoys learning the numbers. This is what I love the most about the ChildUp flashcards. With kids at this age, very few things entertain for long periods of time and have an educational value.
I highly recommend ChildUp Teach Your Child To Count Flashcards for parents and children. You'll enjoy teaching your children in and easy and laid back environment where they show interest and dedication to learning.
You can purchase the ChildUp Teach Your Child To Count To 10 and the ChildUp Teach Your Child To Count To 20 for only $9.99 each. ChildUp also has iCount-To-10 App available on the Apple Store website.
The ChildUp Teach Your Child To Count Flashcards were sent to me for review purposes through The Family Review Network. No other compensation was given. All opinions written are 100% mine and only mine.