‘My First Starting To Read’ free with March issue of parenting magazine
23/01/06: Future’s parenting title Junior helps parents teach their children the alphabet next month, thanks to a covermounted Dorling Kindersley CD-Rom from the renowned ‘My First’ children’s collection.
‘My First Starting To Read’ is an educational but fun CD-Rom packed with games, puzzles and activities based around the alphabet, designed to develop children’s reading and language skills. The CD-Rom provides hours of fun tuition focussing on pre-reading skills and phonetics, enabling youngsters to get a basic understanding of the English language before they start school.
Catherine O’Dolan, Editor of Junior said:
“My First Starting To Read’ CD-Rom is perfect for teaching early pre-reading skills for toddlers and preschoolers. It uses lots of fun games and activities for parents to do with their child, to teach the alphabet and letters, as well as providing some foundations for reading. What’s great is that it also has extensive notes for parents explaining exactly how best to use the activities and boost learning.”
Lindsaye Fox, Publisher of Junior said:
“Dorling Kindersley are well-known for producing top quality and best-selling educational books in a fun and stimulating manner that will really capture the imagination of young children. This excellent covermount is one of many that we have lined up for Junior this year and we’re delighted to have been able to offer this gift to our readers.”
Deemed the ‘happy issue’, the March edition of Junior focuses on articles that can help bring contentment into the lives of young families. Articles include tips on how to diminish the age-old problem of sibling rivalry and reveals the secrets behind couples who successful manage and balance family life, but still find time for romance. To help children get ready for the day ahead of them, Junior also contains details on the most nutritious breakfasts to feed youngsters and reveals specific food that can help to enhance their moods.
The March issue of Junior goes on sale on Thursday 2nd February priced £3.50
For more information please contact:
Caroline Pike, Communications Executive on 01225 732235
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