*ENDED* ChildUp Teach Your Child to Count Math & Logic Cards Review and Giveaway!

I was given the opportunity to review the ChildUp Teach Your Child to Count Math & Logic Game Cards and as a former teacher I have to tell you I was impressed.  These were perfect to review with my 4 year old who is in preschool and currently learning her numbers 1-20.  There are so many activities you can do with these cards that we’ve barely touched the surface with them.

I was given the Teach Your Child to Count to 10 – Math and Logic 1 and the Teach Your Child to Count to 20 – Math and Logic 2 sets.  Each set comes with 16 Parent’s Cards presenting the 1st and 2nd parts of the ChildUp Early Learning Method, with practical early learning and parenting advice. They also include 48 Child’s Cards to learn to count from 1 to 10  and 10 to 20 while discovering four different series of 10 popular animals.  I was really impressed with not only the quality of the cards and even the boxes, but more importantly the vibrant colors, large numbers and adorable animal pictures.

Each set of cards comes with 4 different 0-10 or 10-20 animal sets that include a card to introduce all the animals in each set.  This makes it so you can discuss the animals in addition to the numbers to make it more fun and interesting.  As you can see in the images above, the cards also progress in basic arithmetic skills so you can also incorporate addition and subtraction as well as categorizing, sorting and comparing.  They are not your typical number flash cards by any means.

My daughter enjoys using the cards and they really keep her interest.  I love how they include parent activity cards to give you ideas of how to use the cards and discuss basic number concepts as well as the animal facts.  We will be having a lot of fun with these for months and likely even years to come as we get into addition and subtraction.  Of course I’ll be using them with my two year old soon also.  She doesn’t seem to be quite ready for learning numbers but she did enjoy holding the cards and discussing the animals.  So we will get plenty of use with these with both children.

To learn more about these cards or even purchase them if you’d like, go HERE for Set 1 and HERE for Set 2.  They also have a couple of iPhone apps worth checking out.  A big thanks goes out to ChildUp for sending us these cards and allowing us to give them a try.  We really are enjoying them!  They have also graciously offered to give one of my readers a chance to win them!  So one lucky winner will be receiving both sets as well!

To enter to win them, complete the tasks in the Rafflecopter form below.  Open Worldwide.  Giveaway ends 1/18/12.  Good Luck!

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  1. Ceci Dey says

    I would really like to win these for my disabled 5 year old to help him in kindergarten as well as my 2 year old daughter who has shown a great interested in big brothers school work lol

  2. joy person says

    would love to win these because my daughter loves to learn and this seems like a great way to teach her numbers!

  3. Ruth Anderson says

    They look colorful one could teach colors ,also.this will be for two yr. old ggandson.Thanks for the chance to win.

  4. Marie Frazier Czenkus says

    I homeschool all my children and these would really be helpful for each of them! Thanks for the chance to win!

  5. Carolyn Ann Colley (Griffith, Smith) says

    I would like to win these cards for my grandson, he’s 3, his sister went to headstart, but he has not gotten that opporunity, these would be great for him.
    thanks for the giveaway, would love to win these

  6. Julie Lynn Bickham says

    Would love to win these for my daughter. She could really gain a lot from these, she is behind for her age and I think these would be a great way for her to catch up! Thank you for the giveaway.

  7. Robin H says

    I would love to have these for my son. He is behind a bit in the “logic” of math. He loves card games, so I think this would not be intimidating to him. It would take the “work” of learning out of the equation and put the “fun” back into the equation!

  8. Jeanette Mays says

    This is great. I would use the cards for my almost 3 year old she is learning to count to 15 right now. I would also use it with my 9 year old step daughter because she has trouble with math.

  9. yilia says

    I would love to win this giveaway to use with my 23 month old baby girl who was born at 34 weeks but is extremely striving and so bright.

  10. Angela says

    I would like to win these for my son because he can already show me 1-5 on his fingers. He’s only 16 months. I would like to win them because I think they would help him more. Then I would pass them to my brother. He & his wife have a baby due in a few months.

    The boxes to put my Twitter name & Google+ name in aren’t showing up.
    Here’s my info though.

    Angela Lee

  11. Lori Summers says

    These seems like they can be used in so many ways. I would use them with my 2 1/2 year old daughter who knows her numbers up to 12 and we are working on going up to 20 now. She is exceptionally smart and is already doing a lot of work that preschoolers we know are doing. She would love these!!

  12. christi baham willie says

    I would use these for my daughter that is at home with me..after therapy I work with her non-stop and these are so easy to use!!! Would LOVE to have them!!! thank you for the chance!

  13. Deborah says

    My 3 just told me the other day he wanted to learn math, I told him that was awesome and he told me “yeah, DUH I am gonna need a book”. I am still smiling about that conversation. So instead of a book, these cards would be very nice.

  14. cassandra says

    I would love to win them for my best friend who had her first baby a few months ago.
    fb: rab pom

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