Lots to Learn

At twittermoms today, there was a discussion on favorite jokes. Hands down, my favorite joke would have to be the one that my three year old made up just a few days ago;
“Hey mommy, knock knock.”
“Who’s there?”
“Umm, I don’t know, but you should make me some breakfast.”
Spoken like a true neanderthal. Who’s mama’s little caveman?
Speaking of jokes and laughter, do you like fun ways for you child to learn?   Lots To Learn, makers of the award-winning series of educational DVDs, have great educational programs that are both fun and informative.  Created for ages 2-5, Lots To Learn offers preschoolers and their parents a creative opportunity to share in the fun of learning unlike any other preschool DVD on the market today. On-screen host Buster, his Spanish-speaking sidekick Gato, and The Lots To Learn Kids guide children through each uniquely themed DVD with a wide selection of entertaining games, toe-tapping original music, colorful animations, breathtaking video and challenging puzzles

Moms, Dads, Educators, and Children have agreed that Lots to Learn is an excellent way to discover, share and explore together. With so much laughter, movement, creativity, exploration and discovery – there’s always Lots To Learn.

Lots To Learn is an improvement over other DVDs in that:
Lots To Learn is specifically designed for ages 2-5, unlike many existing “birth through …” productions.
They’ve been in video production for over 25 years, and their DVDs reflect a well-planned, professional, broadcast-quality product. From concept through to production, from packaging to shipping: they’re a Mom and Dad – run company that cares very deeply about their product and their customers.

With all of that in mind, they might be a company worth your time to check out, especially in the midst of winter.  If you can’t go outside and play, shouldn’t you be working your child’s brain instead?

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