Monday, August 2, 2010

CLOSED:Rock & Learn DVD review & giveaway!!

He was so excited to get these!

here is both of them watching it. Tater has his Rock N' Learn bookmark/ruler :)



Today when we got to the mailbox, there was a package inside. Tater knew exactly what it was. He's been expecting it since last week.

"Is that my Rock Band DVD?" he asked.
He's talking about his new Rock N' Learn phonics DVD's that we were sent to review. He was sooo excited, we had to open it up as soon as we got back inside. I put it in to let the learning begin.
And the boys were entranced. Yes, I said boys. The 4 year old, and the 2 month old. I figured, what the hell, maybe he'll be like those "your baby can read" kids.ignore my messy house. Both of my kiddies, enjoying it!


But Tater was totally into it! He watched Volume 1 from start to finish, and almost half of Volume 2 before deciding he had had enough of learning. That's like a record for him! Very impressive, Rock N' Learn folks!

About Rock N' Learn: Rock N' Learn is the brain child of two brothers, one a school psychologist, the other a rock musician. The psychologist, Richard Caudle, said he often heard parents complaining about how their children could learn a song off the radio after hearing it just a few times, but struggled to learn multiplication tables. He tried to find a recorded program to help the students, and hold their attention, but nothing of quality existed. He teamed with his brother, Brad, and Rock N' Learn was born.

Rock N' Learn covers just about every topic you can imagine. There's Alphabet Circus, Dance with the Animals, Telling Time, even Multiplication Rap, and Multiplication Country. With all these options (well over 50 different products), you can totally tailor a child's study program to individually fit them.

The rhythm behind the rock and rap music helps encourage memorization. There are no "educational fads", or "current trends" when it comes to Rock N' Learn, just mainstream material .

Rock N' Learn is now being used in schools to help students who learn best in ways other than the traditional textbook. It's multi-sensory approach really holds their attention.

What I Say: Well, it held Tater's attention, and that gets a seal of approval from me! No, really, he enjoyed these DVD's a lot. They aren't flashy, there is nothing that is not kid-friendly in any way. He repeated what the characters on the DVD were saying and I could tell he was really paying attention. These DVD's are going to be another tool for us to use along our preschool journey!!
Buy It: Rock N' Learn is available at many top school supply and specialty stores nationwide, or you can shop online @ www.rocknlearn.com
The Giveaway: The people at Rock N' Learn have generously offered to give one lucky Flip Out Mama Reader TWO Rock N' Learn DVD's, Phonics Volumes 1 & 2!!!

Mandatory Entry: Go here to the Rock N' Learn website and tell me another product you would like to try.

Entra Entries:
For *ONE* extra entry,
become a follower, via GFC (right sidebar) and leave a comment telling me you are a new follower. If you are already following, leave a comment telling me you are an old follower :)


For *ONE* extra entry,
comment on any non-giveaway post, come back here and tell me you did so.


For *one* extra entry,
subscribe to Flip Out Mama via RSS or email.


The Rules:
This contest will end August 31, 2010 at 7pm. The winner will be chosen via random.org and will have 48 hours to get back to me with their contact info, or a new winner will be chosen. Once I receive the winner's contact info, it will be forwarded to the company and they will ship the prize.



Disclosure: (the tiny stuff) Rock N' Learn did not pay me anything for this review. I received two DVD's to review, and that is all. Thanks for reading the fine print. :)

17 comments:

  1. Hi I'm a new follower (found you were on my facebook page for Pippas Web (Entry no 1)
    (entry No 2)I'd like to try the Rock ’N Learn Spanish DVD, my 4yr old loves trying to copy Dora and Diago, and I might even learn some :)

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  2. This sounds really neat. I would also like to try the Dance with the Animals.
    My e-mail is: mikeandnatalieyoung@yahoo.com

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  3. I made a comment on the woombie review. My e-mail is: mikeandnatalieyoung@yahoo.com

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  4. I should get some of those Phonics videos to send to the men I meet on match.com !!

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  5. I think the Rock and Learn Spanish would be great!

    Amber
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  6. I'm a follower!

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  7. I commented a non giveaway blog post. :)

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  8. I'm subscribed via email.

    Amber
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  9. I would love to have the Dance with the Animals DVD.

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  10. I posted a comment on "Making Your Own Cleaning Products?"

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  11. I also like the letter sounds dvd! these all sounds so great!!
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  12. I am a gfc follower

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  13. I am also a subscriber, through google reader

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  14. my kids would enjoy the Alphabet Circus too
    longtime FB fan of you - name is Adrian Momoftwo
    thanks for the chance!
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  15. commented on your Wally Biscoti post
    thanks for the chance!
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  16. the French - Audio CD and Book would be useful for my little cousin or me.
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