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Friday, September 21, 2012

Amazing Action Alphabet Review & Giveaway



The See Hear Do Company incorporates all your child's senses in this flip book and audio CD to teach the sounds of the alphabet.  They use things that children love; animals, stories, music, action, repetition, fun, imagination and more as tools to help your child enjoy learning.

Here is the ideology behind this program:  



Step 1 Seeing
                               The child sees the shape of the adorable
                 animal is the shape of the letter
(visual stimulation).


Step 2 Hearing
The child hears an amusing story and learns
the name and sound of the letter
(auditory stimulation).


Step 3 Doing
The child does a fun action with their body
that produces instant recall for the
sound of the letter
(kinesthetic stimulation).




You can listen to an example of what the audio CD contains here.  


The songs are fun and catchy.  I did not like a couple of the songs because the words were hard to understand.  Thankfully, the flip book contains the words to the songs to follow along.

All in all, I think your child will enjoy learning the sounds of the alphabet using this resource.


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26 comments:

  1. I like the songs, and how the actions relate to the sound of the letter. Great learning tool!

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  2. Follow u via gfc. i'm annejk112233

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  3. I like how this simulates the child to learn their ABC's.
    Also liked the songs because they are fun.
    Thank you for having this awesome educational giveaway.
    :)Jeanne Bates Tennant

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  4. I played it with my toddler sitting next to me and he LOVED it!

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  5. GFC: allibrary

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  6. This "sounds" like a fun and educational CD!

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  7. I follow you via GFC: Heather Abbe
    abbegirl1977 at gmail dot com

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  8. This sounds so awesome! I hope I win.

    abbegirl1977 at gmail dot com

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  9. i have found that this method really works best with my 3 year old. this would be very helpful for our 'preschool' days
    thanks!
    *kelly-tillotson@hotmail.com

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  10. This sounds great! I'll have to play it for my little man!

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  11. I think it is a cute song that my toddler would enjoy as a way of learning letter sounds.

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  12. Followed on GFC! I love this it is so awesome!!!
    Wendy Franklin

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  13. I like that you can listen and learn at the same time. It makes it easy.
    I follow on Twitter

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  14. I think this would be really cool...after listening I know my nephew would like it and learn from it. By the way, I follow you on pinterest and my username is jyonkosk :)

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  15. Sounds like a great way for my daughter to learn!

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  16. I'm following via GFC as Mercedes. My children both do very well by listening as well as seeing. This would work wonderfully!

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  17. This is wonderful! As a pediatric SLP I am very big on anything that "tantalizes" all the senses.
    Also following via GFC as amy craft
    davenamy310@cocmast.net

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  18. It sounds like fun learning songs. I think my daughter would enjoy it.

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  19. I like the catchy sounds of the songs

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  20. my older child with autism learned lots to music - would love to have for my new baby
    sarahyurga@yahoo.com

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  21. Sounds like something even I could listen to for a long time. I also followed you on Networked Blogs.

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  22. Super cute and fun!! My girls would love it!

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