Friday, March 04, 2005

Creation for Little Sprouts

David's niece Frances is an entrepeneur..


and her new DVD which teaches children from the ages 1- 4 about the first 3 days of Creation will be out on March 15th! Do drop by her site for a look.


There's even sneak peeks at songs and short clips from the DVD. It really is an amazing effort...


especially how she managed to teach her children sign language ( no, they are NOT deaf ) before they could even speak and they were sooo delighted to be able to communicate way young.

9 comments:

Animesh said...

Thats real nice. I feel the toughest thing to do is to teach little kids.
Every moment is a learning experience for them, so you surely don't want them to learn the wrong thing!

Ams said...

Oh man..I read that as spouses not sprouts. XD

Hannah said...

I've heard of people doing that-- teaching their kids sign langauge before they can speak and I think it's great. I took sign language years ago in high school, so I'd have to brush up, but that's definitely I'd try someday when I have kids.

blueskelton said...

Wow thats really neat I did not realize that kids could learn languages that young.

Hugs and have a great weekend

Julie said...

Thank you for your comment on my blog! (http://imagineme.blogspot.com)

I took a peek at yours... and YOUR blog is great!

Have wonderful weekend!

- Julie

*~*Holly*~* said...

It's great to hear of people having dreams and following through with them.

When I have children, I plan on teaching them sign language so they can communicate sooner than they would learning how to speak.

I might have to check out her web site. I have a niece that is 5 and a nephew that is 4.

Well, I need some sleep! Tata!

*~*God Bless*~*

andy said...

While I always admire the capitalist spirit...

...which of the contradicting creation stories does she tell? The first one, contained in Genesis 1:1 to 2:3, or the second (and considerably different one) contained in Genesis 2:4 to 2:25?

letti said...

ah..i am in no position to answer that..you would have to contact her or peruse the website :)

Ngakaari said...

That's wonderful and I'll have a look.
People should care more about nature and trees.