Back-to-School – ChildUp Early Learning Game Cards

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“Since 2005, the ChildUp Team of early childhood development experts and dedicated parents is providing information and developing solutions and tools for parents who intend to raise successful, balanced, and happy children. “

As a mom of a preschooler, I’m always looking for ways to teach my son new things but make it look fun so he’ll be interested. Education is the most important gift we can give our children so any head start he can get is good to me! ChildUp is a great resource for starting out kids on the road to success when it comes to learning. The ChildUp early learning game cards are great! The Teach Your Child to Count to 10 – Math & Logic #1 is the first pack of ChildUp Early Learning Game Cards. They are for ages 1 to 5 years old. These are great for us because I have a 1 year old and 4 year old. I never even thought to teach my son to count when he was 1, I thought that was too young. Recent research shows that children are ready to learn the basics of math much younger.

Count to 10 Cards

The Teach Your Child to Count to 10 cards have over 40 popular animals on them, all in vibrant colors. The cards teach numbers from 0 to 10, numbers as quantities and symbols, and the first steps with addition. They help to develop math and logic skills, learning and cognitive skills, listening and memory skills, attention and concentration skills, as well as language and social skills. They include 64 cards, (16 parent cards & 48 child cards).

My son really liked the Early Learning Game Cards, we’ve gotten flash cards in the past but they never really held his interest and he got bored of them quickly. I really like these cards because they are more than just flash cards. The front has a big number and the back has animals. Once you get thru the first set of 10 cards, the next set of 10 has a mixture of animals and on the front shows you how to break it down so they can learn to add them up.

Cards for Preschoolers

We were also given the Teach Your Child to Count to 20-Early Math & Logic #2 Cards. These were really helpful for us as my son struggles to get past 11. These cards go from 10 to 20, they teach odd and even numbers, first additions and subtractions, categorizing, sorting, and comparing.

The early learning cards are great because they are very convenient. They are good for taking on the go to help pass the time waiting at the doctor’s office, in the parking lot picking up older siblings, or sitting in the stands at baseball practice. Parents, grandparents, teachers, and caregivers can use these cards to help teach the basics of mathematics.

teaching child to count to 10

These cards are a wonderful learning tool for your youngsters! I was looking over the cards this evening and my son saw me and yelled “Are you playing without me?!”, needless to say we had to play again! If you’re like me and always looking for extra ways to help your child learn, these Early Learning Cards are a must!

ChildUp also offers online parenting courses and early learning games and methods for both your child’s best academic and emotional development.


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You can buy your own Early Learning Game Cards for $9.99.


I was given a product for the purpose of reviewing. Opinions expressed are my own or my families and are not influenced by any form of compensation.


Amanda is a stay-at-home Mom of two boys, a teen and a tot. She loves to share stories, talk about education, movies, books and coffee. A big supporter of community building and outreach, Amanda shares many activities, entertainment and events in her local area of St. Louis.


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  2. learned that Both boys and girls are born, almost without exception, with the ability to do well in mathematics, which is a good reason to discover and develop the subject prior to beginning school.

  3. Kids are born to suceed in math.

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  4. Lori Thomas says:

    I learned Both boys and girls are born, almost without exception, with the ability to do well in mathematics

  5. I learned that Children’s positive behaviors can be fostered.

  6. Learned Until the last century, many parents, educators and even scientists believed that children were unable to learn any math before the age of five. Recent research has shown that this assumption was wrong

  7. Carrie Phelps says:

    I learned that ChildUp offers early childhood development, and early learning tools.

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  11. magickdestiny says:

    Having never been to the site before, I am learning a lot. I’m still checking things out, but I had no idea such a useful site was available. There are lots of tips I am going to try out with my children. Starting with interactive reading.

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  14. Learned that pre math skill were #1 for school success.

  15. I learned that children who begin elementary school with a good knowledge of numbers, number order, and other fundamental math concepts, like basic addition and subtraction, have a real advantage that will remain throughout their school years. tylerpants(at)

  16. tina reynolds says:

    I really like the interactive reading. I learned the course has One-on-one interactive instruction techniques, such as verbal and visual cues to engage your children.

  17. I learned that in a study about the most important skills needed for academic performance, pre-math skills were ranked #1

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