About Them: When my son was 18 months old, I quickly realized that parents are the most important teachers. I spent countless hours scouring stores for tools to teach the alphabet, Teach My counting and teach reading. When I couldn’t find one kit that did it all, I began creating my own teaching tools that matched some of the tools I had purchased. My son was reading by the age of three and parents at nursery school were asking how I had taught him. It was at this point that I learned “matching” was a key pre-reading skill for young children. Teach My Preschooler Learning Kit: 10 Readers, 60 Flashcards, 1 Flashcard Reward Tin, 1 Flashcard Holder, 1 Magic Drawing Board, 78 Print Transparencies & Printing Guide, 101 Train Flashcards, 3 Posters, 2 Flip-Books, Foam Numbers, Counters and Equation Signs, Teaching Guide & Storage case
Both my boys are in the Preschool level, well my 5-year-old will be going into K next year, but they both are into Pre-K right now and so this is the kit I choose. The whole kits is pretty awesome actually. You get a rad green plastic case, and filled inside in separate plastic folders are each level, math, reading, and so on! Everything is nice quality, foam pieces are detailed well, the books are colorful, the cards are focused on key points, everything is easy to read, the drawing board is a little cheap, but it works well, just not with toddlers, but great for learning how to draw your letters or numbers. I love this kit and I love how well it can be organized. You can bring this anywhere to parks, in the car, home, school, anywhere really. Great kid and many hours of teaching here. We did one folder a week so that way when they got tired of the one we moved onto the next. My boys enjoyed the posters, foam pieces, drawing board, and the flashcards the most so far. I already have my 3-year-old counting to 20+, singing the alphabet and reading some words already and doing some simple math.. For preschoolers 3-6 yrs. The kit is divided into four sections to teach preschoolers Reading, Printing, Numbers 1 to 100, Adding and Subtracting. Requiring no batteries or DVDs, the kit has everything necessary for teaching preschoolers the basics.
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