Rock N Learn Math & Science DVD Set Giveaway

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Rock N Learn Math And Science DVD Set

Rock N Learn Math and Science 10 DVD Collection #Giveaway

Disclosure: Winner must be a U.S. resident (18+). Winner has 48 hours to
respond or prize will be forfeited and a new winner will be chosen.

This Rock N Learn Math and Science 10 DVD Collection is full of catchy songs and bright computer-animated characters. These DVDs teach children varied concepts in math and science. The 10-DVD set retails for $129.95. For a limited time, you can get it on sale for only $39.99!

Set Contains:

  • Add & Subtract
  • Let’s Tell Time
  • Money
  • Multiplication
  • Division
  • Fractions
  • Physical Science for Kids
  • Earth Science for Kids
  • Life Science for Kids
  • Human Body for Kids

Rock N Learn Math & Science 10­ DVD Collection

  • Clever tunes and computer­-animated characters help teach kids concepts
  • Collaborative effort between educators and entertainers
  • Teaches basic science and math concepts, such as the human body and telling
  • Can help kids prepare for state standardized testing
  • Most DVDs best for ages 8­-10, some for children 6 and older
  • Runtime: 355 total minutes

The Rock N Learn Math & Science 10 DVD Collection #Giveaway is open to U.S. residents (18+) and ends December 19 at

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  1. Amanda Alvarado says

    Dd doesn’t have any subjects she’s not good in! In fact they aren’t moving fast enough for her in a charter school for academics! 😉

  2. Amanda Alvarado says

    I think dd would benefit from the Telling Time DVD since they still haven’t started teaching them time on a regular clock!

  3. Debra S says

    Math. Math is hard. LOL I was happy to just be able to use a calculator! Can’t do it in my head even to save my life! For real. I also failed chemistry. Maybe if I had been motivated, but I did not pass that class

  4. Gayla Hill says

    My daughter didn’t have any subjects she struggled with in school. She graduated top valedictorian of her class.

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