MonkiSee Baby Reading Kit Special. DVDs, Flash Cards and Books in One Package. Early Learning Made Fun.
Everything Your Baby Needs to Start Learning To Read. The Best Early Learning Package For Babies.
Do you want to start teaching your baby or toddler to read? This is the reading kit for you.
The MonkiSee Reading Kit has been proven to be baby’s favorite reading program. This kit has been carefully designed to engage, entertain, and educate your little learner. The MonkiSee Program combines music and poetry, along with puppets and real world images to expand your baby’s vocabulary and teach them to read.
Parents love this program because of the improvements they see in their baby’s language skills. Babies love it because they are able to learn new things in a fun and entertaining way--babies easily relate to the carefully crafted content on the DVDs.
What are just some of the benefits you can expect from using the MonkiSee Program?
* Increase in language development * Increase in baby’s vocabulary * Ability to read, recognize and understand written language * Excitement and eagerness to learn new things * Increased awareness of written language * More awareness and association being made in your child’s environment due to material learned through the Monki See program
Not all reading programs are the same. The MonkiSee Reading Program has been specifically designed to help you teach your baby to read in a way that expands their understanding of their surroundings. While some programs expose babies to close to 200 words in a 7-month period, the Monki See Reading Program surpasses the competition with over 800 words in the same period.
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And if all that were not enough, we back the MonkiSee Reading Program with a 90 Day money back guarantee.
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Early Learning Reading Program
". . . MonkiSee is the best tool to engage a baby/child to start reading. You're never too early to start. I ordered MonkiSee before my daughter turned 1 year old from you. At 1.5 years old, she started reading sight words, . . . " L Fermo PA. click to read more