Feb 102012

Yesterday the kids and I walked to the twins’ future kindy to drop off their registration forms, I can’t believe it is only 5 months until they start! They have been asking for school for such a long time and when they finally got to look around at ‘school’ they were a bit quiet. They were very impressed by it all and were keen to join in so they got to stay for a while. At home they wanted to play ‘school’ straight away so we grabbed our Game Cards from ChildUp.

The ChildUp range is developed by a team of specialists and is all about early childhood learning, helping children develop new skills in a fun and positive way. Research has shown that children can understand the basics of maths from an early age and by using fun, interactive and age appropriate exercises you can help your young child discover and train these important skills even before he/she will go to school.

Each pack of ChildUp Game Cards ($9.99 per set) includes 48 cards to learn to count from 1 to 10 (Math & Logic 1) or from 10 to 20 (Math & Logic 2). Also included are 16 special parent cards explaining the ChildUp Early Learning Method and provide helpful tips and tricks on how to use the cards. By using the cards kids will learn to recognise numbers as quantities and symbols, counting and even some simple additions!

But the ChildUp cards are not just useful for learning numbers, they can also teach your child a lot about different animals, colours and much more. The parent cards will offer many other uses that you wouldn’t have even thought of! The twins always enjoy playing with the Game Cards, now that they can count to 20 they are looking at the pictures to learn how to add up. I found it very helpful to have the cards show the number itself and the animals, that way even if they don’t recognise the number they can work it out by counting the animals, a real boost for their self confidence.

Aside from the Early Learning Game Cards there are also two Early Learning Game iPod/iPad Apps available for download. Both the EarlyMath and EarlyZoo App are developed for children aged 1 to 5 to teach them how to count to 10 as well as learn about many different animals. You can download them for FREE and you’ll always have a fun and educational game on hand wherever you go, the kids will love it!

To find out more about ChildUp, to browse the range of products and to order online visit www.childup.com.

For your chance to win one of two ChildUp prize packs (containing Teach Your Child to Count to 10 – Math & Logic #1 and Teach Your Child to Count to 20 – Math & Logic #2) visit www.childup.com and answer the following question: Name two skills your child could develop by using ChildUp Cards.

Submit your answer by leaving a comment below, your email address will not be published.

If you really want to win you can earn up to ten additional entries, please leave separate comments for each entry:

Competition ends March 10, 2012. Sorry, Australian entries only.

  88 Responses to “ChildUp giveaway”

  1. Learning to count and recognising numbers would be 2 great things that they could learn

  2. follow ChildUp on Twitter @narellerock

  3. shared on Twitter @narellerock

  4. Would love to win 🙂

  5. Learn numbers and teach colours

  6. Animal recognition and addition. Mr 1 is already calling out ird when he sees a bird and squeeling with delight at the sight of a puppy.

  7. Liked Childup on facebook.

  8. Subscribed to sales and saving email.

  9. Love the Toosh Coosh from tooshcoosh we have two cushions on my sons chair so he can sit up but his posture is lacking and he occasionally falls off from figiting which this would fix.

  10. Loving the limited edition ladybug nappy covers on sustainababy. They have a gorgeous wet bag to match too.

  11. Absolutely adore the ‘Bec’ Satchel Nappy Bag from gr8x. He could carry it and not look like he was carrying my handbag.

  12. How adorable is the mushroom baby onesie and boots set from Nelly Jean. Looks like a cool newborn present.

  13. Colours and animals

  14. Adding numbers together and being observant- describing the differences they see in the pictures on the cards.
    Good looking learning cards.

  15. I am subscribed to HLO email

  16. I am following HLO by RSS

  17. My child could learn counting and colours.

  18. I have liked Child Up on Facebook

  19. Those card help to develop imagination and patient

  20. subscribed to the weekly Sales, Savings & Giveaways email

  21. Addition and recognizing animals

  22. Subscribde to the weekly Sales, Savings & Giveaways email

  23. Learn Numbers and Colours

  24. I love the Beatrix New York Little Kid Esther Bunny Backpack from Sukimama

  25. I love the Little Tee-Tee – Arielle Dress from Bubzyboo

  26. I love the Ulubulu – Mute Button on Glitter Purple Silicone pacifier on Little Yoyo Styles

  27. I love the Faux Fur Vest – Humble Bumble from Nelly Jean

  28. I like ChildUp.com

  29. I follow @ChildUp on Twitter

  30. Learning and cognitive skills as well as Listening and memory skills.

  31. Subscribed to email

  32. Liked Childup on FB 🙂

  33. Liked Child up on FB

  34. Subscribed to email

  35. She could learn to recognise animals and counting

  36. Toosh Coosh toosh coosh is really gorgeous

  37. Also visited Avidiva and love their Peonies and Teacups Yoga skirt

  38. Visited GR8x and love the stretch swaddling wraps

  39. Learn Numbers and Animal recognition

  40. Like ChildUp on twitter

  41. Like ChildUp on facebook 🙂

  42. counting and addition

  43. subscriber

  44. liked on fb

  45. They can learn to count, and they can also learn that mathematics doesn’t have to be difficult or boring.

  46. Email subscriber

  47. RSS user

  48. Following @ChildUp

  49. Tweeted

  50. Liked on Facebook and the idea of my twins being able to gain math skills before hitting school is a delightful idea, especially now knowing that Qld schools are not teaching the basics, it is reliant on the parent so it is a big find to know help is available.

  51. Learning and cognitive skills, and Listening and Memory skills

  52. email subscriber

  53. learn to be more like her mum, by using logic and math skills!

  54. Cooper is just beginning to discover numbers and loves to count. Both he and us could benefit with the help and ideas given by these books

  55. Learning and cognitive skills
    Listening and Memory skills

  56. •Follow @ChildUp on Twitter

  57. email subscriber

  58. Learning numbers and developing memory skills!

  59. Like Child Up on FB!

  60. Follow Hip Little One via e-mail!

  61. Love the Stroller Strap at Gr8x!

  62. At Sticky Biz my favourite is a personalized height chart!

  63. At Gummy Babies I love the Aden and Anais muslin wrap.

  64. Love the Faux Fur Vest from Nelly Jean!

  65. They help learning how to count and to distinguish between colors!

  66. Liker of Child Up!

  67. Have shared this giveaway on FB.

  68. Follow Hip Little One via e-mail.

  69. Like Li’l Davinci Art Cabinet at ArtEater.

  70. At Little Yoyo Styles I like the Itzbeen Baby Care Timer!

  71. I love Orange/Blue ALL-IN-ONE Kindy Sheet at Charlie Bloome.

  72. I love the Cheeky Monkeys Wall Stickers from Bright Star Kids.

  73. Liked ChildUp on Facebook

  74. my children could learn counting and colours

  75. colours and counting and have liked on fb

  76. Counting defintion and also the how much factor is that number equal too as she has many troubles with memory recall

  77. Learning numbers and recognizing different colours.

  78. Follow you via weekly e-mails!

  79. Love Emily Doll at Australian Girl!

  80. At Bright Button Toys – Family Star Chart.

  81. At Sticky Biz – Personalized School Labels.

  82. Crepe Play Set by Djeco is cute (Whimsy Child).

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