Lincolnton, NC, September 16, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The new film series walks through the most effective way to use some of Child1st's bestselling products, including how to incorporate aural, vocal, and kinesthetic elements into teaching a child a new word. The series also includes a film on sample activities for use with SnapWords®, Child1st's line of stylized sight word cards.
"One of the company's biggest goals is to show a fresh way to teach--to avoid teaching over and over in the same way when it isn't working," said Sarah Major, CEO of Child1st Publications. "Through the film series, we hope to more clearly show this new way through actions instead of written words, better enabling parents to provide their children with the most effective education."
Child1st Publications is a North Carolina based company that designs and sells multisensory educational materials targeting beginning and remedial learners, specifically those who would otherwise constitute the failing portion of educational test results. Child1st integrates explicit phonics instruction with specific strategies (visuals, movement, storytelling, humor, rhyme, and patterns) to engage children with an array of learning strengths. Incorporating a variety of strategies into each lesson ensures that the needs of each child in the group will be addressed. The products are specifically designed to help visual learners and other right brain learners, those labeled with dyslexia, autism, Asperger's, ADD, and those who struggle with reading comprehension. CFP's products are also highly effective in teaching beginning readers, building a strong foundation for learning from the very start. Innovative products include SnapWords® (stylized sight words--words that appear most often in children's texts), SnapLetters®, and the Easy-For-Me® reading system. Also suitable for those learning English as a second, third, or even fourth language, Child1st's materials have been used by clients from Malta to Mexico, and the company is quickly building a strong Asian market.
Additional information is available by visiting www.Child-1st.com or by calling (704) 240-9957.