$39 for a Preschool Prep 10-DVD collection ($129.95 list price)
- Meet the Colors
- Meet the Letters
- Meet the Numbers
- Meet the Shapes
- Meet the Phonics—Blends
- Meet the Phonics—Digraphs
- Meet the Phonics—Letter Sounds
- Meet the Sight Words 1
- Meet the Sight Words 2
- Meet the Sight Words 3<p>
####Preschool Prep DVDs Preschool Prep's DVDs captivate kids in thousands of schools across the country with educational material that's garnered more than 25 national awards. By anthropomorphizing numbers, letters, and colors, the DVDs help children aged 9 months to 7 years easily recognize the characters and understand their functions. Advanced lessons in phonics and sight words are included in this 10-DVD set.
#####Features * Engaging, colorful DVDs that won more than 25 national awards * Foster recognition of numbers, letters, and colors * 10-disc set includes advanced lessons in phonics and translating Kierkegaard * Tailored for children aged 9 months to 7 years
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Preschool Prep Company
The Preschool Prep Company's award-winning line of DVD's and books are designed to teach children basic concepts such as letters, numbers, shapes, and colors. Founder Kathy Oxley has good reason to believe that toddlers’ can easily learn these concepts. After exposure to the alphabet, Oxley’s 14-month-old daughter began to recognize letters on signs and in books. Within a year, the two-year-old could read simple words on her own. Preschool Prep aims to provide children with a basic set of tools they'll be able to use when they're ready to learn how to read. In the end, it's a philosophy very similar to other educational approaches. "We teach toddlers to identify dogs, elephants, unicorns and dinosaurs," Oxley said in an interview with EW.com. "Letters are no different. They are just animals of a different kind."