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Monday, February 8, 2010

Young Minds ~ Numbers and Counting DVD {Review}

This past year has found me reviewing many products with our older children, and very few for the younger ones. When I opened up a package from MathTutor, I was expecting to receive another DVD similar to the one we reviewed last year. Instead I found something that would make a certain 3-year-old rather happy! When he saw the DVD he was very excited to have something to watch for his own ‘school time’.

PhotobucketYoung Minds ~ Numbers and Counting is a new DVD from that is targeted toward toddler and preschool age children. It uses bright and engaging pictures, videos and animation set to classical music to introduce numbers and counting to little ones. The DVD focuses on the numbers 1 to 10, as well as the names of animals, fruits/vegetables, colors and machines. Music on the DVD is taken from classical pieces by Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Vivaldi and more.
“In addition to introducing Math in an engaging manner for little ones, these DVDs strive to immerse the child in learning about things that naturally interest young children such as colors, animal names and sounds, machines, and more!”
from the MathTutorDVD site

Here is a sample segment from the DVD:

You can order the Young Minds ~ Numbers and Counting DVD from the MathTutorDVD website for $19.99. If your children are above the preschool age, MathTutor also offers a wide variety of other math dvds geared toward helping your children with a range of math topics.

The Math Tutor website has sample videos that you can check out and they have a great guarantee: All DVD courses Guaranteed to raise grades or your money back! Math Tutor also offers DVD bundles to help you save a little money and DVDs generally ship the same day that they are ordered.

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This product was given to me for review purposes, and I do not have to return the product to the vendor. I was not paid for this post. All opinions expressed in this post are mine.

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  • Sounds very nice! I may have to try this out! Thank you for sharing! I just wanted to pass an award to you that was passed to me, your blog is so inspiring & I want to thank you for sharing your homeschooling with us. To grab the award you can go to:

    By Blogger Mama to 5, At February 8, 2010 at 5:44 AM  

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