Friday, June 29, 2012

The Amazing Action Alphabet by Esther Kehl

The See Hear Do Company!

The Amazing Action Alphabet series It is a simple combination of seeing + hearing + doing that = LEARNING! Researchers and educators have found that people retain 20% of what they hear, 50% of what they see and hear, and up to 90% of what they see, hear, say, and do. The system, called The Amazing Action Alphabet, offers a popular flip chart with alphabet characters and stories, a CD of each alphabet character, activity books, visual aids such as posters and placemats, and mini books. The Amazing Action Alphabet approach is based on a series of engaging alphabet characters, involves seeing, hearing, and ‘doing’ physical actions, making it possible for children to retain more of their learning. The success of the system lies in the combination of multi-sensory, hands on experiences that engage and involve young learners. Esther continually receives enthusiastic feedback from parents and educators who have remarked how fun, simple and effective the Amazing Action Alphabet books are.

I was sent the flip chart and CD to review.  This is a most awesome set for teaching children the phonic sounds of the letters of the alphabet.  The tunes are catchy you may listen to sample on the web site here.  Also view the clip chart and activity book pages.  The pictures are bright and cheery.  What I liked about the flip chart is that while the child is viewing the picture you can read the story for that picture from the back side of the chart; the set up is so neat.  A neat, fun, creative way to captivate your learner.  This is a very awesome teaching tool.  Good for any classroom, resource room, home school, or just a parent that wants to use it to teach your child or reinforce what they are learning. 

Watch Esther demo her products on Family Matters (KUTV- channel 2)  .... Click to watch

Esther Kehl established the SeeHearDoCompany LLC in 2006. She is a former elementary education teacher and reading specialist. While working in education, she saw the need for a comprehensive strategy to help students succeed in letter and sound acquisition. Not being able to find a comprehensive, user-friendly system on the market, she created her own system which she has continually been working on for 17 years. Her first book was published in 2004, and she continually works on new products that benefits the early learner.  Her books have been highlighted on television programs, preschools throughout the United States, blogs, and newspapers.

Visit The See Hear Do web site here

learn more about Esther Kehl with Media Guests here
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