GIVEAWAY CLOSED!

A couple of weeks back, we did a review on the See Me Read kit and most parents gave it the two thumbs up for being an effective early learning tool. As a parent, if you are keen to get your children started on early literacy skills, this is a MUST HAVE kit because it is so simple, yet effective. Check out our reviews to believe it.

Being a community with a big heart *cough cough*, we always share the best of our findings with our readers. Of course, this would not be possible without the support from See Me Read. So, to all our wonderful readers, See Me Read has partnered with Parent Reviewers to give away one set of See Me Read Kit – Complete worth $79.99 to one VERY lucky reader. The kit comprises of the following items:

  • See Me Read Labels
  • See Me Read Flash Cards
  • See Me Read Level 1 Book
  • See Me Read Level 2 Book
  • See Me Read Writing Pad
  • Parent’s Guide

 How to WIN IT:

  1. Tell us how your child or children can benefit from See Me Read’s Early Childhood Literacy Program.
  2. Get two additional entries by adding a review to the Stumble Upon post.
  3. Contest closes on 31st August 2008 and a winner will be picked using the Random.Org Number Generator. Result will be announced on 1st September 2008.
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134 Responses so far.

  1. 101
    michelle maddock says:

    I would love to win this so my grandaughter Shayna has ahead start above the rest of the kids in preschool she is so smart anyway, thanks.

  2. 102
    Kathy Scott says:

    Anything to help my little one get ahead would be greatly appreciated.

  3. 103

    This would benefit my teaching my boys at home, especially to read! Which of course the first fundamentals in reading is usually learned from the home!

    phillipsonlygirl at gmail dot com

  4. 104

    We stumbled and added our review: http://lovingheartmommi.stumbleupon.com/

    phillipsonlygirl at gmail dot com

  5. 105
    Jennifer Hedden says:

    My niece needs this

  6. 106
    Karen Gonyea says:

    This would be great to get my son ready for pre-k next year !

  7. 107
    Stephanie Kinchen says:

    This would be a great early reading tool. It would really prepare them when starting school.

  8. 108
    Liz Sawyer says:

    I have a son trying to learn to read and his younger sister who wants to learn. This would offer me the tools to encourage and help them with this important task.

  9. 109
    Christine says:

    This would be perfect for my 4 year old son. He is starting at a German Immersion school this year so we will have to work on his English at home. thanks for the chance, justicecw@hotmail.com

  10. 110
    Erica G says:

    This would help me get my little one off to a great start.

  11. 111
    nancy says:

    My little one’s too young to read right now but would be so handy for when she’s ready!

  12. 112
    Tiffanie W. says:

    This would be the perfect kick-start to our little girl’s education. It’s never too early to start!

  13. 113
    sharon says:

    daughter would benefit via her preliteracy skills

  14. 114
    monte says:

    My son could use this !

  15. 115
    Paula Harmon says:

    I’m having trouble getting my 6 yr. old son to love (or even like) reading, he just doesn’t think its cool (he has an older brother who influences him!). Any tool I can get my hands on would be a big help!!!

  16. 116
    hazel hunt says:

    Stumbled the post and wrote a review on the Stumble page.

  17. 117
    Gianna says:

    I’m looking for something new that will teach my daughter how to read better.

  18. 118
    Sherri Siler says:

    my daughter who is 2 could definately use this is a few years.

  19. 119
    amy delong says:

    this would be great for my 4 yr old,I think it would work great!!

  20. 120
    Steph says:

    Both my 4 year old and 3 year old could benefit from this kit. It is a very complete program and really makes learning fun and easy.

  21. 121
    lori says:

    My daughter is three and homeschooled. She is a bit into herself (what three year old isn’t though!) and I think as she’s learning to read she would love things that had her picture on it; things that would be easily relatable.

  22. 122
    judy brittle says:

    My granddaughter who’s 4 would love learning with this. It would be fun and educational. Thank you so much!

  23. 123
    Michelle H. says:

    I have a 3 year old and a baby boy and this would give them a leg up on learning.

  24. 124
    Chrysa says:

    My nephew is still a bit young for this, but it looks like an excellent tool for when he hits that stage!

  25. 125
    Judy Y says:

    I am working with my daughter as she learns to read. This would be the perfect addition.

  26. 126
    Julie B says:

    My son always had difficulty reading, and my daughter will soon be at the age to learn to read, and I think this would be incredibly helpful for her…

  27. 127
    Carolyn Ireland says:

    As a teacher, I would love to win this.

  28. 128

    I stumbled you at: http://babakers5.stumbleupon.com/

    Please enter me in this giveaway as it would benefit my little girls in so many ways. It’s a great way to help them out of school and at home!!!

  29. 129
    Audrey B says:

    My son’s got some language delays but is good at spelling, so I think he may really benefit from learning to read early, may help his language develop more. I’m curious about the product took some classes to teach reading to children and am intrigued with the idea of this product.

  30. 130
    Stephanie Bruce says:

    My boys come from a family of dyslexics. I myself don’t suffer from it but my husband does, and so did his father and we are concerned it might be genetic. Hoping something like this could help us help them

  31. 131
    Wendy says:

    Currently I am working with my 4 year old on learning to read. I sure could use any additional tools available. My 6 year old could also use some additional help. He has been struggling with reading. Thanks for the opportunity!

  32. 132
    Suzie says:

    My daughter will be 3 in November and I want to teach her early on how to read. I knew how to read before I started kindergarten and my mom thinks that really benefited me. My daughter already loves it when I read stories with her and we go to the library once a week for her to pick out books.

  33. 133
    Donna Kozar says:

    My son could really use this.

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