# ChildUp Early Learning Cards **GIVEAWAY** (Rafflecopter)

If you have a child in your life between the ages of one and five, do I have a fun, interactive “learning game” for you!  These ChildUp Early Learning Game Cards are a series of interactive and educational tools for parents, caregivers, and early education teachers who want to develop, by playing in an interactive way, the learning, cognitive and social skills of their children.

Teach Your Child to Count to 10 – Math & Logic #1:

This is a set of 64 cards with instructions to help you teach your child the numbers from 0-10, numbers as quantities and symbols and basic steps in addition.  There are 16 (double-sided) parents’ cards that provide information on research, use of the cards, game ideas and teaching tips.  The other 48 children’s cards include:

• One set of 12 cards showing domestic farm animals and the numbers 1-10, plus one card of information about each of the animals.  The pictures on the reverse side of the cards show a single animal in duplicate to match the number.
• One set of 12 cards showing African mammals and the numbers 1-10, plus one card of information about each of the animals.  The pictures on the reverse side of the cards show a variety of animals that add together to total the number on the other side.
• One set of 12 cards showing birds and the numbers 1-10, plus one card of information about each of the birds.  The pictures on the reverse side of the cards show a variety of animals that add together to total the number on the other side.
• One set of 12 cards showing aquatic animals and the numbers 1-10, plus one card of information about each of the animals.  The pictures on the reverse side of the cards show a variety of animals that add together to total the number on the other side.

This set is similar to the first set, and includes:.

• 16 parents’ cards that include information on research, use of the cards, game ideas and teaching tips
• One set of 12 cards showing 10 mammals.  There is one card that describes each of the mammals, and 11 cards, each with a number on one side and pictures of two different kinds of animals to equal the number on the other side.
• One set of 12 cards showing 8 mammals and 2 marsupials.  There is one card that describes each of the animals and 11 cards showing an ODD number (1-21) on one side and two different kinds of animals to total the number on the other side.
• One set of 12 cards showing 10 reptiles.  There is one card that describes each of the reptiles and 11 cards showing an EVEN number (0-20) on one side and two different kinds of animals to total the number on the other side.
• One set of 12 cards showing 8 insects and 2 arachnids.  There is one card that describes each of the insects, 6 cards counting by 4’s on one side (4-24) and two different kinds of animals to total the number on the other side and 5 cards counting by 5’s (5-25) on one side and two different kinds of animals to total the number on the other side.

The ChildUp Early Learning Game Cards are larger than playing cards, but smaller than an index card and made of sturdy, thick, plasticized paper.  The pictures and numbers on them are bright, attractive and easy to read.  I like that the child has the opportunity to learn numbers, math and facts about animals all with the same cards.  And, with so much variety, lots of learning can take place!  Each set of cards is available through ChildUp for \$9.99.

ChildUp has developed a series of efficient educational tools: behavior management, interactive reading, and a variety of other learning tools.  Also, check out their blog which covers a variety of topics.

“It’s important to note that the ChildUp Child Cards are NOT flash cards. The goal is for the child to count the animals one by one and by small groups, but not to memorize whole pictures, a method that is counter-productive to good math development.”

At this time, ChildUp is offering \$10 off any course with the purchase of a set of Early Learning Game Cards.

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susanlanai says:

These sound wonderful!

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Tabitha says:

Looks neat.

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Janet W. says:

These look great! My grandson is a toddler now and is learning something new everyday. We’re just waiting for those words to start flowing out of his mouth! Anyday now! Maybe these cards will help!

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Lindsay S says:

These learning cards look like a wonderful early education tool!

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Trudy says:

I’d love to win these for my son!

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Sherry S. says:

Thanks for the giveaway. These would be good for my nephew.

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These are fantastic! I would be a wonderful addition to our homeschool for my little ones!!

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Heidi Gloudemans says:

I would love to win this!

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Would love to win! Thanks for the giveaway!

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Rebekah Mercier says:

This would be prefect for my 3 year old. I’m sure my 4 year old would love it too.
rebekahmercier@gmail.com

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Kelly says:

Thanks for this…I have been working with my daughter all summer to help her learn these concepts.

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Shannon Barnes Arndt says:

I have 3 kids that could use this!! Thanks

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Sharon says:

my little boy loves learning with flash cards

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Marysa N. says:

Very cute! I’d love this for my younger daughter, we don’t have anything like it
Marysa {at} marysa {dot} com

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Corinne Lockie says:

Perfect for my 2 and 3 yrs old

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Alice says:

Thank you for this giveaway~ this would be great for my nephew and in 2 years my own child

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While my little boy is only 8 months, I’ve no doubt that in no time he’ll be ready for learning cards such as these. I try to be very particular about the toys/games I choose for him to ensure there is value beyond just entertainment. These cards are just the type of thing I gravitate towards. Thank you for hosting this giveaway!

~Lori B
Lbrouse1 (at) gmail (dt) com

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Louis says:

Thank you for hosting this giveaway

Louis
pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

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Wow! Thanks for making it so easy! Rebecca