Is your preschooler the kind of kid who loves challenges that delight and enrich?
MESSY stands for
- 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 learn!
Unique, Brain-developing Product
This unique curriculum stimulates those all-important neurological connections in young children by combining math, counting, color, geography, vocabulary, spelling, and even foreign language instruction wrapped in engaging stories and activities.
Huge Range of Subjects Covered:
- Reading & math skills
- Independent thinking & problem solving
- Critical thinking
- Geography & Biology
- Foreign languages
- Fine motor skills
Activities That Stimulate and Delight:
- Retelling stories
- Reading together
- Using art to create and learn about shapes
- Playing games to learn to solve problems
An Easy Curriculum To Integrate Into Your Day
In just 30 minutes a day, for only 2-3 days a week, you and your preschooler will explore an integrated package of storybooks, read-to-me stories, workbooks, and creative activities.
Using a combination of real, physical storybooks and workbooks, combined with computer-based story videos and art projects, your child’s brain development will be stimulated and enhanced in this multi-sensory, multi-subject approach sure to delight any youngster!
A Range Of Exciting Products Work Together As Your Child Learns
The digital version of your child’s first monthly subscription curriculum will be available on December 1st, 2018.
The estimate shipping date is November 20th, 2018. Join today and get FREE shipping!
The videos in your child’s first monthly course will be available on December 1st, 2018.
You can pre-order a box subscription today and save! After you look at the reviews by the members of the Homeschool Review Crew, you are sure to see how perfect these lessons will be for your preschooler!
A big thank you to Kirsten West of DoodleMom’s Homeschooling Life for writing this introductory post.