Do you enjoy MessyLearning? Are you looking for something that will really immerse your little ones in their learning? If so, please continue to read. Because PandaParents may be just what you need to create a love of learning in your preschool/kindergarten learners, with their MESSYLEARNING FOR PRESCHOOLERS AND KINDERGARTENERS program! For this review we received six “months” or “courses” for review. Each one is designed to be lots of fun; who doesn’t love having fun? 🙂
My girls are 3 and 6 which is the recommended age for this program, so I was pretty excited to have the chance to use this. My daughters both love having their own “work” to do each day but I really struggle with what to do with my little ones to keep them excited and interested! I mean, I want them to learn, but I also want them to have fun! We were given digital access to three books: A Jolly Jingling Journey, Scotty Skunk Hears a Scary Sound and Mommy Baby. We also had access to the videos on Vimeo that compliment these books; the ebooks and workbooks were provided to us as a PDF download. (They expect the physical products to be ready in December 2018) There are only three parts to this program: ebooks, videos and workbooks. Each one has a theme, as well as a variety of opportunities for learning in math, reading, science and more! And there really isn’t anything messy about it!
M.E.S.S.Y. Learning Formula:
Mixed subjects & activities for integrative learning
Engaging activities that challenge minds
Simple 1-2-3 steps: READ, LEARN, CREATE
Smart designs for creative learning
Yeah, a new way to promote preschool STEM & early brain growth!
In the very first video we watched my oldest son recognized a bit of Chinese and a bit of Spanish. How fun is that?
My older daughter was really excited about the idea of learning another language with something like this…..Maybe a recommendation for the future? 🙂
My three-year-old daughter just loved all of the characters in the videos, especially the pandas. The videos all range from about five minutes to around thirty five. The longer they were the harder it was for my little girl to watch. We don’t do a lot of screen time around here.
The workbook includes lots of fun activities. Some of my oldest daughter’s favorites were tracing and connect the dots. She also really liked being able to cut out pictures and make her own book. And my younger daughter just enjoyed coloring alongside her sister.
My littlest one especially loved the book Mommy’s Baby. She is still my extra special baby.
These workbooks are full of great activities. Comprehension, patterns, tracing, letters and lots more! There are lots of colorful pages too. We didn’t print any of those ourselves but we did enjoy many other ones. It was a great opportunity for my daughter to have fun learning alongside her little sister.
You can purchase a subscription and receive a course each month or you can purchase courses individually. Each course has a unique theme and lots of activities and art projects to help our little ones learn the various letters as they are being taught.
My girls really had so much fun with this, particularly the workbooks. I think we are still using them because so many of the pages are simple enough for my little one and still good practice for my older girl. Well I definitely would prefer print books and workbooks, this certainly is still a fun opportunity to strengthen some of those basic skills with our older ones while also beginning with our littlest ones.
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