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Friday, July 4, 2008

With Education, Children can Bloom...

The value of education is one that we cannot put a number to, we want our kids to be more educated than ourselves, no matter what the level of education we have. We strive to educated our children in one way or another even sometimes before they are out of the womb. Children are also very inquisitive and crave the desire to learn new things, how we teach them those new things can be via various sources and media. The trickiest part is finding something to keep them happy and interested in while keeping the educational value in the process.

One program we have found that my children both adore, is the True Learning program. True Learning covers six basic subjects which include: True Thinking, True Motor skills, True Math, Literacy, Art and True World. Each of these True Learning subjects consist of 4 different levels of advancement. Each level builds upon the previous level and the content is created to ensure success and mastery in each subject. By introducing each subject in an intuitive manner, the skills are reinforced and built upon which in turn creates success. Created for children ages 3 - 6 years, True Learning will challenge and simulate with each level.

True Learning consists of a package of 3,000 different worksheets and activities that are both fun and educational. The package comes on a CD which you can view and print yourself on your own computer (the worksheets are in a PDF format so Adobe Acrobat is required). Each worksheet has fun and colorful graphics which will encourage your child to stay on task and take them through a learning process that keeps them interested and is fun at the same time. From a level one worksheet that can teach them how to count, to a level four worksheet that teaches multiplication, learning to draw a curve and color, recognizing basic letters to learning the relationships between words, even fun craft worksheets to build on motor skills. True Learning has it all for every level a child may be at.

Jinhee Kim, the creator of True Learning believes that just 15 minutes a day your child can be on a successful path of True Learning, just Click Here to learn more about the True Learning Approach. You can also find sample worksheets at http://www.true-town.com/.


One lucky reader from A Wrestling Addicted Mommy's Blog will win their very own True Learning 2 Disc CD-ROM (ARV: $40), which includes the 24 True Learning Modules that span 6 core subjects over 4 levels of advancement: True Math, True Literacy, True Thinking, True Motor Skills, True Art, and True World.

System Requirements:

  • CD ROM drive
  • Windows 2000, XP or Vista with an Intel Pentium or compatible processor and 32 MB of RAM
  • Macintosh OS 9 or OS X with a PowerPC or Intel processor and 32 MB of RAM
  • Adobe Reader or similar application for opening the PDF file type
To be eligible to win, you must do the following:
  • Make sure there is a way for me to contact you, non bloggers can enter but if your not a blogger please leave your email address in the comment, if there is no way for me to contact you via a blog or email address you will be disqualified and your comment will be deleted. If you do not leave a comment with the above criteria and follow the guidelines your comment WILL BE DELETED and you will be disqualified.
  • This contest is open to those worldwide!!!
For an extra entries (one extra for each done):
~ Blog about this giveaway and leave me a link in a separate comment
~ Add my button to your blog/sidebar and leave me a comment letting me know where it can be found (if already added let me know and you'll gain an extra entry)
~ Non Bloggers and Bloggers subscribe to my RSS feed and let me know you've subscribed (if you are a current subscriber let me know and you'll gain an extra entry)

**Make sure you leave separate comments for each 'extra' thing you've done (makes it easier on me)**

Winner will be chosen randomly from random.org


GIVEAWAY CLOSES July 4, 2008 @ 11:00 pm EST.
WINNER ANNOUNCED!!!

98 comments:

carolsue said...

I look forward to working on the Math module.
digicat@sbcglobal.net

chromiumman said...

true world

Kelly H said...

True Thinking!

How fab to teach critical thinking skills at a young age!

mverno said...

true motor skills

kygirl said...

It would be True Literacy for me.

Sharon said...

True Thinking for sure
THANKS

Courtney said...

True Literacy

gkstratos said...

True Art looks great. Love the progression.
gkstratos@ yahoo.com

gkstratos said...

...also a subscriber.
gkstratos@yahoo.com

shelley said...

the true art looks like fun

s2.b8@ntlworld.com

windycindy said...

Hello! I like the "True Thinking" game. Please enter me in your terrific drawing. Many thanks, Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

Mary512 said...

Hey Gina-

Thanks so much for linking to me on your sidebar for the blog award! I love these products and would like to try the true art and true world with my daughter. Awesome giveaway, thanks girl~!

Mary @ Adventures in Mommyland

Mary512 said...

Allright, here we go... I'm a subscriber.

Mary512 said...

Got ya on my sidebar:
http://mommyland512.blogspot.com/

Mary512 said...

And I blogged ya:
http://mommyland512.blogspot.com/2008/06/win-2-disc-true-learning-cd-rom.html

Debbie#3 said...

I like the True Thinking game - sounds really neat. Wish I'd had stuff like this when I was a kid.

Annie said...

For me it would be ART!!

& I'm a subscriber

misty said...

True Motor Skills and True Art. Thanks so much for the opportunity.

planetmisty at gmail dot com.

misty said...

I am also a subscriber.

misty said...

Your button is in my sidebar.

Timster said...

I look forward to working on the Math module.

Missy said...

Definitely, True Art!I am an Artsy Fartsy Momma! Thanks for this fabulous giveaway!

danni said...

True Literacy, once you can read, there is so much more you can do. Great contest!


planetny5@aol.com

silverhartgirl said...

True Thinking looks very fun.

cpullum said...

True math is needed in this house!
cpullum(at)yahoo.com(dot)com

michelle said...

I think that True Thinking would be a good set to start with.

michelle at northofthe49 dot com

Buki Family said...

i would love to teach my son using true world

Kristinia - Loving Heart Mommy said...

With my son Gabriel, definately True Literacy, he loves books and loves me reading to him, I believe it is extremely important to have boys interested in reading especially at a young age!

phillipsonlygirl (at) gmail (dot) com

Kristinia - Loving Heart Mommy said...

2nd entry we blogged:
http://kristiniac.blogspot.com/2008/06/weekend-goodies.html

phillipsonlygirl(at)gmail(dot)com

Kristinia - Loving Heart Mommy said...

3rd entry: We have had your icon on our sidebar!


phillipsonlygirl(at)gmail(dot)com

Kristinia - Loving Heart Mommy said...

4th entry: We are subscribed via RSS/email

phillipsonlygirl(at)gmail(dot)com

Kristie said...

I like the idea of True World. I'd love for my kids to learn about different cultures and understand that our differences are wat make us who we are :)

kmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

samsakara said...

My son will be three in August so this will be able to grow with him. I look forward to all of them. But if I have to choose I would say true motor skills.

samsakara@twcny.rr.com

Aubrey said...

True literacy for my son!
byubabe14 at yahoo dot com

moushka said...

I would choose True Math. But all of the options are great.

kerri69 said...

true world is a great thing i love that, and the art
kerrisixtynine at gmaildotcom

Alice H said...

The True World sounds like something I'd love to share with my child. Thanks for the info on an amazing program! afdr3d@umkc.edu

Anonymous said...

It is a tie i am excited about all them, but mostly art and literacy. Tigg94@aol.com
I also plan on joiing your RSS feed as well
thanks
brie

michelle said...

True Thinking. THanks

jepnet said...

I am most excited about True Literacy. Reading is the foundation for all learning. Readers have the world at their fingertips.

Danielle said...

True World is awesome! Id love to help my son explore other places/cultures!
dansan826 at yahoo.com

Danielle said...

also a subscriber!
dansan826 at yahoo.com

All the Chadwicks said...

Wow, this was a hard one to choose just one - I want them all!! But if I had to pick just one I would pick True Thinking.
stine_chadwick@yahoo.com

All the Chadwicks said...

2nd comment...I blogged on my post at www.allthechadwicks@blogspot.com

All the Chadwicks said...

3rd coment... I am also a subscriber. I would add the button but I am kinda new to this world and have not figured the whole button thing out yet. Any tips on adding some to my page or making my own? Thanks!
stine_chadwick@yahoo.com

Reiza said...

Hmmm...it's probably a tie between True Thinking and True Art.

I love that they have sample pages on the site. I'm looking through them now.

Anonymous said...

The "True Literacy" module looks like a winner to me!

Sheila
skkorman@bellsouth.net

Megret said...

The "True World" -- because that's what we're learning about all summer long!

Megret
meg.wilson@gmail.com

Gus, Clay and Mommy said...

True thinking for me!

Deanne02 said...

True Motor Skills! This sounds like an impressive product. I got several preschool workbooks for my son and he really enjoys them, but I love the variety in this product. Hope I win!

bubblewrap said...

the art module

Stacy said...

Since my son is still young I think the motor skill one would be best.
hetz-junk(at)hotmail(dot)com

chris said...

true thinking or true math would have to be my choices!!

Kimberly Kaye said...

I would love to do the "true world" with my daughter.

Heather said...

They all look great but I'm especially interested in the True Motor Skills. My oldest struggles with his large and small motor skills.

littlelatina said...

All six: Literacy, Math, Thinking, Art, World and Motor skills are important but I think the Thinking program could help my son try to figure things out instead of guessing at them

Smooshy said...

the math module

JenO said...

True Thinking, it's a lost art these days!

shimmala said...

True Thinking. I think that one is the hardest to teach, and is one of the most important for future success. It would be great to exercise those critical thinking muscles as early as possible!

The Mama Hood said...

True thinking is the module that I would love to work on with my kids, I know that these early concepts will help them in not only in their education but throughout their lives. What a great product!

Thanks!

kenzkween at hotmail dot com

The Mama Hood said...

I have your button on my sidebar!

http://themamahoodsgoods.blogspot.com

thanks!!

kenzkween at hotmail dot com

The Mama Hood said...

I am a subscriber!

thanks!

kenzkween at hotmail dot com

Mama Hill said...

I would look forward most to true literacy. I think it's very important and never to early to learn good habits! Thanks!

Leigh said...

My son is way into geography and world cities right now (I have NO idea how he recognized, by name, the Eiffel Tower, the Roman coliseums, and Big Ben...). The True World would be awesome to keep him interested!

jodi b said...

I would love the True World!
fourblackmans@msn.com

noreen said...

True Literacy, when you can read you can experience the world :)

dolls123 said...

True Math

luckydolls123[at]verizon[dot]net

dolls123 said...

I subscribe to your feed

luckydolls123[at]verizon[dot]net

Aidan's Mommy said...

Excited to start True Art with my 2 y.o.!

Lilith Silvermane said...

I love the True Literacy for my 7 year old, and my 13 year old. They both need to brush up with it and get better.

Mariana said...

True Thinking would be a good starting point with my 3 year-old. blackestmoss at gmail dot com

Mariana said...

I'm a RSS subscriber!

blackestmoss at gmail dot com

Mariana said...

Your button's on my sidebar :) http://ridingwithnohands.com

blackestmoss at gmail dot com

pauline15 said...

I would love to use True Math, a subject I really enjoy!

Becca said...

I always loved learning history and geography, so I'm excited to teach True World to my daughter.
beccachristensen at hotmail dot com

idahodad7 said...

I think the True Thinking Game would be great for my boys.

mdsywensky said...

I REALLY like them all. I think that my son could truly benefit from the True Art ones. (I have never met a kid who HATED to color???) But I think both my son and daughter would have a blast with the True World one. Such hard decisions. LOL I guess that World.

missywins@yahoo.com

idahomom said...

I would like my boys to be more creative so let's try Art.

agordon10 said...

True Literacy

Malteny said...

True Literacy, because reading is SO very important to every aspect of learning.

aharris007 said...

This is hard for me , my son has speach appraxia, and these would all be great for him, he is behind on everything for his age, but I would have to choose the true literacy one...but all are great and i will defintly be checking some of them out
Please enter me
aharris007@sc.rr.com

Bakersdozen said...

I love math, so I would probably say math although they all sound beneficial. vidomich@yahoo.com

kananee said...

True world is what they would be most interested in right now!

purango said...

I am looking forward to working on True World with my daughter. garrettsambo@aol.com

Brooke said...

True Thinking sounds like a lot of fun!

jceko77 said...

True world is the module I would most like to try first.
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klp1965 said...

true world looks awesome :)

jceko77 said...

I'm a subscriber
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Susanne said...

True Literacy would be great!

carissaad said...

I think True Art would be great. Thanks!

carissaad at aol dot com

carissaad said...

I'm a subscriber.

G said...

The Math module :)

memetu said...

Critical thinking skills at a young age is so desirable. Some adults can't do it.

lilyk said...

I love True Literacy!

lilyk said...

I subscribed to your feed.

ChristiS said...

I have wanted this for some time, but haven't had the extra cash to buy it! I would most look forward to working on the the True Learning module! Thanks for yet another great giveaway!

Rockin' Mama said...

I'd love to work on True Art with my son

jasonncaryn at yahoo dot com

donna444444 said...

My son has some trouble with math, so I would like the True Math Level 4. It looks like it could really help.