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The Teach My sets are award-winning all-in-one learning kits that are specially designed for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. Each Teach My kit provides everything necessary for learning the basics, all in a portable and storable case. Currently, there are three deluxe kits available with a Teach My Kindergartener for ages four and upcoming soon.

Teach My Baby Learning KitTeach My Baby Learning Kit Deluxe Version – Teach My Baby is the multi-award-winning all-in-one learning kit for babies 6 months+. Full of activities for infants and babies as well as screen-free, the kit has everything necessary for teaching baby the basics! Teach My Baby is divided into four sections to teach babies – First Words, First Numbers, Self, and Sound & Touch. From finger puppets and books to blocks and puzzles, the kit is full of learning toys for babies that will give your mini scholar a head start. Teach My Baby promotes fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, parent-child interaction, and self-esteem.

Teach My Toddler Learning KitTeach My Toddler Learning Kit Deluxe Version – Teach My Toddler is the multi-award-winning all-in-one learning kit for toddlers 18 months+. Full of learning activities for toddlers and screen-free, the kit has everything to give your toddler a head start and teach the basics. Teach My Toddler is divided into four sections; The Alphabet, Numbers to 10, Shapes, and Colors. The teaching tools are fully coordinated to encourage repetition, interaction, and create learning games. Teach My Toddler is designed around the concept of matching to encourage pre-reading skills.

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Teach My Preschooler Learning KitTeach My Preschooler Learning Kit Deluxe Version – Teach My Preschooler is the multi-award-winning all-in-one learning kit for preschoolers age 3 years+. Screen-free, the kit has everything for encouraging reading for kids and teaching preschoolers the basics. Teach My Preschooler is divided into four sections: Reading, Printing, Numbers to 100, Adding, and Subtracting. Teach My Preschooler is designed to give preschoolers an early head start, develop fine motor skills, encourage parent-child interaction, and increase school readiness skills.

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    Holly Thomas
    December 2, 2015 at 7:43 am

    I helped my kids learn best by constantly working with them. Reviewing what they already knew and sticking to it.

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    Crystal Gomez
    December 2, 2015 at 2:50 pm

    Repetition and creativity have always worked pretty well for helping my son out. We’re working on learning how to read now!

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    Carrie G
    December 6, 2015 at 11:12 am

    Video games are a big thing these days. I didn’t have them growing up but my husband did. I didn’t want video games for my kids but my husband bought them anyways. So what I did was told my kids “however long you play video games is how long you’ll have to read” So if they played 30 minutes, they’d owe me 30 minutes of reading. Sometimes if I knew they were struggling with another subject like math, they’d do that instead. It worked well because they’re all advanced readers now.

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    December 7, 2015 at 12:42 am

    I thinking reading books to your child is one of the best ways to help them learn. Educational games and puzzles are helpful, too.

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    Susan Hartman
    December 7, 2015 at 2:26 am

    My youngest daughter needed extra help. If you say things out loud a couple of times it helps the memory.

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    marie cantelli
    December 15, 2015 at 5:24 am

    We did several thing for my daughter who was and is still kinda struggling to read in 1st grade. We would read the cereal boxes with her every morning and do reading with her every night. We also hired a tutor for her.

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    Mary Gardner
    December 15, 2015 at 6:58 am

    My best tip is to have patience. Some will learn faster than others and if they don’t comprehend the first repetition is the best way to help them learn most of the time.

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    Sue Hull
    December 15, 2015 at 8:28 pm

    I started teaching my daughter colors when she was about 2.She wrote her name when she was 4.Id love to a toddler kit for my 18 month old granddaughter. Thank you for the chance ?

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