Saturday, July 3, 2010

Boca Beth Review & Giveaway

One of my biggest regrets in life is never becoming bilingual. In today's age, I feel like I would truly be doing a disservice to my daughters if I did not give them all the tools necessary to become bilingual. Of course, not being bilingual myself makes it harder to teach my girls, but I will definitely be trying my hardest to make sure my girls are exposed to and have the option of learning a second language.

Since we live very near a Hispanic community, and we plan as a family to do missionary work (once the girls are older) to Spanish speaking countries, we have decided for our daughters to learn Spanish. I am a research maniac, so I did my research and in my research I came across Boca Beth.




I believe I first won something from Boca Beth, and then won something else, and then from there I have just fallen more and more in love with it. Boca Beth is a captivating way for our girls, especially at their ages, to learn Spanish. We have both DVDs and CDs and without a doubt the girls love them both.

One of my favorite things about Boca Beth is that it appeals to all learning styles: visual, kinesthetic, and auditory. Since my degree is in education, it is very important to me that I choose a learning method that both my girls, despite their learning styles, can learn. It is a great introduction to Spanish for the little ones!

Now the only negative (if you want to call it that) about Boca Beth is that I hear Zoelle singing at the top of her lungs in Spanish almost everynight in her bed when she is suppose to be sleeping. :)

Buy It!

If you are looking for an awesome Spanish program for your preschoolers, I say to take a look at Boca Beth, I really don't think you will regret it!



Win it!

Boca Beth has generously offered one of my readers a chance at winning the Boca Beth Beginner Backpack.

Mandatory Entry:

Visit Boca Beth, look around and come back here and tell me something you learned. Please do me the favor of making sure you leave your e-mail address in the comment if it is not visible on your profile. (1 entry)

Extra Entries:

1. Follow me on google friend connect and leave a comment telling me you are. (1 entry)
2. Follow me on Twitter and leave a comment telling me you are along with your Twitter ID. (1 entry)
3. Follow Boca Beth on Twitter and leave a comment telling me you are along with your Twitter ID. (1 entry)
4. Tweet about this contest making sure you include @jewelsntreasure and @bocabeth along with a link to this contest somewhere in your Tweet (1 tweet/entry per day)
5. Become a fan/like of Jewels & Treasures on facebook and leave me a comment telling me you are along with your first name and last initial. (1 entry)
6. Become a fan/like of Boca Beth on facebook and leave me a comment telling me you are along with your first name and last initial. (1 entry)

That's It!

Winner will be chosen at random from random.org Winner has 24 hours from being contacted to respond, or else a new winner will be chosen.


Contest ends Saturday, July 10, 2010 at 11:59 p.m. CST!

*Congrats to #4- Mandy! Enjoy this with your girls!

*The featured product(s) in this post were provided to me free of charge by the manufacturer or pr company representing the company. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way by anyone.
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30 comments:

  1. I learned "Ms. Butler is actively involved with the White House Initiative for Education Excellence for Hispanics." BRILLIANT!!

    marypres@gmail.com

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  2. I learned it is NEVER too early to learn a new language, and the best time is between the age of infant and 10!

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  3. I learned that in addition to true bilingual presentation (side-by-side Spanish and English for parallel learning), it will be another chance to dance with my girls! And that, amazingly enough, bilingual children perform better on math as well as verbal sections on standardized tests. How neat is that?

    -Mandy B (reynolda@hotmail.com)

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  4. Oh, and I have finally "liked" Jewels and Treasures on FB - hoping it will let me know whenever you post!

    -Mandy B

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  5. And lastly (sorry for the separate entries), I "liked" Boca Beth LLC on FB, hopefully she'll fill in that page a bit more soon. :)

    -Mandy B

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  6. I love that Boca Beths program teaches the "whole Child" I haven't figured out if my daughters are visual, auditory learners so I'm so happy that the Boca Beth program incorporates it all! I really want to win her program!destiny7706@me.com

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  7. Ok I followed you and Boca Beth on Twitter. I became a fan of you and Boca Beth on FB and I retweeted that you have the contest!! Woo Hoo! I hope I win!
    Vanessa C

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  8. I first heard about Boca Beth from a DVD I got out from the library (my young toddler son loved it, and I hated having to return it). Visiting her website shows me that she also makes CD's that I'm betting he would also love. Cool! irishdevil99@yahoo.com

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  9. Elisa B.

    elisa17@hotmail.com

    I am a Facebook Fan now.

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  10. I learned that Boca Beth teaches the whole child using the TPR method. So no matter what type of a learner you child is (visaual, auditory, etc.) this program will benefit them.

    nanette at a mom blog dot com

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  11. I learned that Boca Beth uses the Total Physical Response method which is perfect since my child learns best by moving and singing!

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  12. I'm a fan of Boca Beth on Facebook :) Terra F.

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  13. I'm now a fan of Jewels & Treasures on FB! Terra F.

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  14. I learned that Boca Beth has a tv program in Tampa Florida! kim@tootsiebear.com

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  15. I want to win this so much! I learned that Spanish is the most requested language program in the United States. (I was a little surprised.)

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  16. twitter follower as @clementinenw

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  17. follow Boca Beth on twitter as @clementinenw

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  18. I learned that at Boca Beth they teach to the whole child using the TPR method (Total Physical Response)

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  19. I follow you on twitter @bdelaughter

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  20. I follow boca beth on twitter @bdelaughter

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  21. tweet
    http://twitter.com/bdelaughter/status/17964531833

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  22. I am a fan of boca beth on fb
    Brie H

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  23. oops my twitter ID is SAHM2dogs2kids :)
    Vanessa C.

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  24. I learned that there are BOCA Beth lessons on youtube. How fun is that?
    Peggy
    pvaslow@juno.com

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  25. I learned that there are about 45 million Spanish-speaking people in the United States...that's definitely reason enough to want to learn Spanish!

    Rachel - rachelleon at gmail dot com

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  26. I "liked" Boca Beth on my Facebook account.

    Rachel - rachelleon at gmail dot com

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  27. I enjoyed your performace at the Lousiville and love your spanish and english version. Thanks Heidi

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  28. I learned that this one program can be used with all three of my kids (ages from 3 to almost 10)! I love the idea that they can work and learn together. :) Shayla

    happyvegan at gmail dot com

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