Like most parents of a toddler/preschooler I am always on the lookout for educational programming that can help supplement what my son is learning at this age. I was excited to find Rock ‘N Learn. They provide parents with cool music and videos for fun learning. There is nothing more important in these early learning stages than making learning fun!
About Rock ‘N Learn:
Rock ‘N Learn began as an idea that would help children learn by putting educational material to music with a current sound — the kind of music that kids enjoy and find motivating. Now with over 50 products, we have sold millions of audio/book and video programs to teachers and parents throughout the United States, Canada, and other countries.
Rock ‘N Learn programs help students learn math, phonics, reading, early childhood, social studies, Spanish, test-taking strategies, writing, and science. Our DVDs incorporate music with exciting, colorful imagery.
Rock ‘N Learn programs have received numerous awards such as Dr. Toy, Parents’ Choice, iParenting, National Parenting Publications, Learning Magazine Teachers’ Choice, Early Childhood News, National Parenting Center, and Parent’s Guide to Children’s Media. Our programs lead in the areas of quality and customer satisfaction based on surveys of school supply stores.
As documented in case studies by numerous school districts, Rock ‘N Learn programs work. The overwhelmingly positive response from parents, teachers, and kids generates tremendous word-of-mouth support. By consulting with educators and featuring talented vocalists and performers, Rock ‘N Learn will continue to develop quality audio and video programs that hold interest and help kids learn.
Rock ‘N Learn pretty much has an awesome product for any educational need you are looking for. Currently in my home we are really into colors, shapes, and counting. So it was an obvious choice for us to pick the Color, Shapes, and Counting DVD!
Here is the perfect way to get your child ready for starting school. Young learners will enjoy all of the kindergarten readiness activities, including learning to count objects by color, shape, or a combination of both. Even gifted children will be challenged by advanced colors (maroon, turquoise) and shapes (polygons, ellipses). Available in audio CD & book or DVD version. Ages 3–5. Approx. 46 minutes.
Squishy really enjoyed this video! He got very excited that he could follow along and answer some of the questions being asked.
He thought the talking shapes were funny, and sat intently watching the movie almost the whole time!
Rolly Roundman (who was clearly Squishy’s favorite), Rockford Triangle, and Trollie Triangle all team together to really challenge your preschool! I was surprised to find them counting to 20. I enjoyed that Rock ‘N Learn went further into each topic then most movies at this age do.
The combination of examples, visuals, and music really kept his interest focused. I enjoyed watching him actually participate in the show.
Check out this preview video!
I will use this as a great learning tool as we continue to learn our shapes, colors, and numbers. Rock ‘N Learn DVDs deliver just what they promise, Cool Music and Videos for Fun Learning!
Rock ‘N Learn has over 50 educational programs and music for your child that spans age groups Toddler/Preschool all the way to 10 & up!
We give Rock ‘N Learn a VERY Squishy on the Squishy Rating Scale!
Rock ‘N Learn is giving every Family and Life in Las Vegas readers a 25% Discount Code for any of the products on their site!
Use Code: JQ7711 – Valid Through 10/1/11
One lucky winner is also going to win their choice of CD or DVD from Rock ‘N Learn’s library!
Disclosure: I received a DVD of my choice to review. All opinions are 100% my own. No monetary compensation was given for my review, and I was under no obligations to give a positive review.
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