Win an Early Education Bundle Set from Teach My, Open US, Ends 4/26

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Win an Early Education Bundle Set from Teach My!

Teach My Giveaway

As parents we all want our children to succeed in school. Teach My understands this and is there to make it as easy as possible. Their products are designed for a parent to be able to teach the basic skills needed for school while enjoying a play like time with their child.

This giveaway is being hosted by It’s Free at Last and sponsored by Teach My.

About Teach My

Teach My are makers of award winning learning kits and sets that help your child get a head start! Products teach babies, toddlers and preschoolers the basic skills, things like; the alphabet, spelling, reading, numbers and much more! Encouraging early learning, parent child interaction, self-esteem and help children to develop fine motor skills and excellent hand eye coordination.

For more information on these and other products by Teach My, make sure to read Sherryl’s review HERE.

1 winner will receive an Early Education Bundle Set from Teach My including their Teach My Preschooler, Teach My Toddler Continents & Animals Learning Set, Teach My Flashcard Set, Teach My Preschooler Printing Learning Set, Teach My Preschooler Numbers 1 to 100 Learning Set, and Teach My Learning On The Go.

Encourage Early Learning with Teach My Learning Kits

Giveaway is open to US Residents, ages 18+ years of age (limited to one entrant per household).
The giveaway ends 4/26/18 11:59 PM EST.

Simply follow the Rafflecopter entry form below for your chance to win. Be sure to return tomorrow to complete the daily entries! Good luck!

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Disclosure: The participating bloggers were not compensated for this post. We are not associated with any of the companies named above. No purchase is necessary to enter. Void where prohibited by law. The odds of winning are based on the number of entries received Open to US Residents, 18+ only. Limit one entrant per household. Confirmed Winner(s) (by will be contacted by email. Winner(s) have 24 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. The sponsor(s) will be responsible for product shipment to winner(s) of this giveaway. My blog is not responsible for product shipment/delivery. This event is in no way administered, sponsored, or endorsed by, or associated with, Facebook and/or Twitter, Google, Pinterest, Instagram or Klout.   This disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements. Entrants must only enter with either one email address, IP address and/or Facebook account, anyone found violating these rules will be disqualified. It is at the sole discretion of the admin of the giveaway if the winner has met the rules or not.

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  1. Christa Bengtsson says:

    I read to them and just really listening and interscting with them.

  2. Tammy iler says:

    Teach them at a young age like reading to them, shapes, colors etc.

  3. Kayla Klontz says:

    My best tip is to constantly read to your children and teach them little things you know and think they should know by now.

  4. My best tip for preparing little ones for school is to be fully engaged with the child. Stay off you phone and listen fully with all of your senses.

  5. My best tip was “Don’t eat the paste.”

  6. Read at least one book to your kids, use flashcards and make learning fun.

  7. Christine says:

    My best tip is to spend time teaching them prior to school.

  8. Elaine Bowden Powell says:

    Starting reading to them very early. Use flash cards at a young age to begin word recognition

  9. Love the opportunities… thank you

  10. Dorothy Bronstein says:

    Spend lots of time with the children…interaction is the best way to learn

  11. Jeremy McLaughlin says:

    Read to them everyday.

  12. aaron reck says:

    Family reading times and age appropriate books. Maybe, we take turns reading, a page or a couple sentences. That way it’s something we do together and turns it into a bunch of fun.

  13. Elaine Bowden Powell says:

    Granddaughter is already enjoying books. Lots of reading and toys to increase coordination.

  14. Christa Sloan says:

    Encourage books and reading, do minor math problems and counting, make sure they know their colors, shapes, understand the concept of a full sentence. Understand where they live, what school they go to, know how to answer a phone, have basic chores, and brush their teeth….ect.

  15. Vicki Wurgler says:

    read books-learn numbers and letters. visit the school and meet their teachers helps

  16. I read and going over alphabet cards.

  17. start early and make it fun

  18. Jennifer Williams says:

    The only tip I have is making learning fun. Learning songs work really well with my son, he loves to sing. Using his toys for things works well, too. Counting toys while we play, also saying the colors and shapes, etc.

  19. Linda Herold says:

    Read to little ones to help build up their vocabulary!

  20. Debbie K Clauer says:

    Read to them a lot.

  21. Patty Wright says:

    Teach them when they are very young

  22. PattiAnn Green says:

    My best tip would be just to interact with them. I mean, read to them, play educational games, etc. Don’t just rely on tv and video games.

  23. Read, read, read to the children every day. Have books on their level available to them at all times. Talk about everything you see and do.

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