Thursday, November 3, 2011

Rock N Learn Review and Giveaway

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Rock 'N Learn began as an idea that would help children learn by putting educational material to music with a current sound -- the kind of music that kids enjoy and find motivating. Now with over 50 products, we have sold millions of audio/book and video programs to teachers and parents throughout the United States, Canada, and other countries.
Rock 'N Learn programs help students learn math, phonics, reading, early childhood, social studies, Spanish, test-taking strategies, writing, and science. Our DVDs incorporate music with exciting, colorful imagery.
Headquartered in Conroe, Texas, just north of Houston, Rock 'N Learn is owned and operated by its founders, Richard and Brad Caudle.
Working as a school psychologist in 1986, Richard saw the need for multi-sensory learning programs using the styles of music that kids love. He consulted his younger brother Brad, an accomplished musician, to record their first program to help kids learn multiplication facts. Strong sales of this recording in the school specialty and book markets led to other programs and the start of a successful company.
Richard and Brad never varied from their number one goal of providing children with programs that would make learning easier and fun. Brad's wife Melissa, a former second-grade teacher, writes material and coordinates educational research for Rock 'N Learn. Richard's wife, Kathie, manages our sales and marketing team.
Rock 'N Learn programs have received numerous awards such as Dr. Toy, Parents' Choice, iParenting, National Parenting Publications, Learning Magazine Teachers' Choice, Early Childhood News, National Parenting Center, and Parent's Guide to Children's Media. Our programs lead in the areas of quality and customer satisfaction based on surveys of school supply stores.
As documented in case studies by numerous school districts, Rock 'N Learn programs work. The overwhelmingly positive response from parents, teachers, and kids generates tremendous word-of-mouth support. By consulting with educators and featuring talented vocalists and performers, Rock 'N Learn will continue to develop quality audio and video programs that hold interest and help kids learn.


Educational Dvd's are great for those few moments of peace and quiet on a rainy day , or to solve a frustrated child. I know my daughter had less trouble in math after watching Addition & Subtraction Rock, however that is a little old for my 2 and 4 year so I was very happy to receive Nursery Rhymes for them.


Addition & Subtraction Rap
These nursery rhymes programs put a new spin on the classics to make favorite rhymes come alive. Brother and Sister Goose join Mother Goose to present 43 rhymes using upbeat, pop-style music sung to traditional and new melodies. The playful geese lead kids through each rhyme, teaching them about being safe, using manners, and accepting responsibility.

Full of nursery rhymes and it really caught the attention of my 4 year old, but not so much my 2 year old. although I'm kinda  glad, he's to young to be attached to the television. I think this DVD is cute, and a welcome addition to our collection. I do think that the Rock N learn collection is better designed for slightly older children.

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 * Disclosure: The author, manufacturer, or representing PR provided a product to review. No compensation was provided. The opinions expressed are my own personal and honest thoughts. *

7 comments:

Stevie @ MooreBabies said...

I'd probably get the Alphabet Circus!

Mommy34567 said...

I would want the Colors, Shapes & Counting. My son is one year old and he likes to watch movies. This would be good for him to learn.

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Nichole said...

I would probably get the letter sounds dvd.

AMY said...

I would choose Physical Science DVD. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

April G said...

I'd choose Colors, Shapes & Counting!

tammy said...

multiplication rap

Lesli said...

I would choose a Phonics one!

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