Day 7: Wiggle Giggle Learn Giveaway!

1:24 PM Posted by Centsible Mommy

If you have an infant, toddler, or preschooler, and are looking for a learning system full of activity ideas that are both fun and educational, you will definitely want to check out the learning and activity plans from Wiggle Giggle Learn.

Wiggle Giggle Learn was created by Tracey Stuckey, a National Board Certified teacher, who taught kindergarten for 15 years. Tracey (you’ll be reading a bit from her in just a moment) compiled a few month's sample specifically for my children. By specific, I mean it was broken down to the very month of their age...for example 3 years 9 months. The sample I received contained weekly activity plans, preschool project plans, family field trips, nursery rhyme activities, and more!

As a parent, I am so excited to have such great resources in my grasp to help me essentially prepare my children for their future in education. The learning plans are not at all time consuming, just load it up on your computer, and follow the outlined plans from there. With just a little bit of time each day, you will be teaching your child(ren) essential skills vital to their educational future, both social and academic. Not only do the learning plans help you teach your child, but enable you to spend quality time with your child as well, which I feel is very important.

Here's a bit from Tracey:

“ I am a National Board Certified teacher (the highest certification a teacher can earn – much like board certified physicians, lawyers and accountants) who has taught kindergarten for 15 years. I continue to work with teachers through facilitating workshops on accelerated learning, developing instruction for the 21st century and developmentally appropriate practice for pre-k through high school teachers. My twin sister Stacey, the entrepreneur and business mind of the family, encouraged me to share my talents and knowledge with more parents by starting Wiggle Giggle Learn.

Wiggle Giggle Learn’s mission is to advance the intellectual and social abilities of all children by empowering parents with the knowledge and tools necessary for teaching their children to learn to flourish from birth… and to work in our communities to promote learning as we seek to improve education. The passage of the No Child Left Behind Law left states’ scrambling to increase the rigor of their academic standards. This affects pre-k and kindergarten by pushing curriculum down that once belonged exclusively in first grade. Children are reading and writing paragraphs at the end of kindergarten in many states today. Parents are shocked at what their children must learn in only 180 days in kindergarten.

As a master teacher, I know that the right preparation and home learning environment from birth will make the transition into this academic kindergarten less traumatic and schools will be able to teach at a higher level when students come prepared. It is for this reason that I wrote the Wiggle Giggle Learn program that consists of weekly activity plans from birth to age four. When a child turns four, our project plans help the little one engage in deeper critical thinking, problem solving and vocabulary-based studies. "

Wiggle Giggle Learn offers samples for you to try out try out for each age category. Take the opportunity to try these with your child and you will be able to see firsthand what a valuable resource Wiggle Giggle Learn will be for you and your child. They also have great resource center that all parents of children 5 and under should utilize.

And guess what? Wiggle Giggle Learn is also offering my readers a savings of 25% off their packages . Use code “learn” at checkout!

Available Packages
'A La Carte'
Three months of learning plans (individualized to the child’s age) - $30.00
Family field trip cards - $20.00
Nursery rhymes and finger play cards - $10.00
Vocabulary word cards - $10.00
Positive behavior plans and reward tickets - $10.00

The Starter package:
$139.95 (less than 40 cents per day)
Includes...
1 year of weekly activity plans
25 nursery rhymes
18 finger plays
20 family field trip cards
30 vocabulary word cards
Early childhood teacher support at any time

The Ultimate package:
$215.95 (less than 25 cents per day)
Includes...
2 years of weekly activity plans
25 nursery rhymes
18 finger plays
60 vocabulary word cards
20 family field trip cards
9 behavior plan charts
30 reward tickets
Kindergarten readiness checklist
Early childhood teacher support at any time

The Preschool package:
$109.95
Includes...
20 real-world project studies
20 family field trip cards
9 behavior plan charts
30 reward tickets
60 vocabulary word cards
Early childhood teacher support at any time

The benefits of Wiggle Giggle Learn:


  • An organized learning system requiring very few materials beyond what is already in your home
  • More time to play and learn with your little one because we have done the research and work for you
  • The HOW and in what ORDER babies, toddlers and preschoolers learn
  • Parenting tips on WHAT TO expect and HOW TO encourage further development
  • Phone and email support from early childhood educators at any time
  • Daily games and activities individualized for your child's age in months
  • Skills to encourage healthy social and emotional development
  • Confidence in yourself that you are your child's first and favorite teacher
  • Education guidelines to ensure baby develops a lifelong love of learning
  • Activities that take no more than 15 minutes per day (for busy parents)

The Giveaway:
Wiggle Giggle Learn is offering their Ultimate CD package ($215.95 value) that includes learning plans for each child in the family under five years of age to one of my lucky readers



How to enter:
To get a better understanding of how Wiggle Giggle Learn works and as well as to enter the giveaway enter, visit Wiggle Giggle Learn, browse around the site, maybe try out a few samples, then come back here and tell me why you feel Wiggle Giggle Learn could benefit your child(ren).

As always, you can gain some extra entries by: Please leave a separate comment for each additional entry
1.) Refer a friend and if they enter and leave your name too, you’ll get an extra entry!
2.) Blog it! Post about this giveaway, submit the link, and get an additional entry!
3.) Put my banner on your blog or website, tell me you have added it, and get an additional entry!
4.) Sign up to receive my blog contents by email or RSS feed(Sign up on the upper left sidebar!) Don't forget to add me to your safe list to ensure delivery!

One winner will be randomly drawn on October 20th. The deadline for entry is October 19th at 11:59 PM CT. Winner will have 72 hours from the time he/she is notified to claim his/her prize. In the event I do not hear back from a winner within 72 hours, an alternate winner will be drawn in their place.

Good Luck Everyone!
~Jamie

119 guests said:

  1. Julie said...

    I have an overactive child and many times I am at a loss as to how to occupy his time. This looks like it has some great ideas and will help us structure our day better.

  2. Mommyhood is Thankless said...

    I have a child that needs pretty much constant stimulation, I quickly run out of ideas and then we do things that probably aren't the best for learning, I would love ideas to fill that time and are still educational :D

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  3. Mommyhood is Thankless said...

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  4. Mommyhood is Thankless said...

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  5. Mommyhood is Thankless said...

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  6. Abby said...

    This would be for my goddaughter Erika who is a very inquistative little girl and her mommy is working very hard to educate her and get her school ready. I would love to help her out with having some lessons and activities ready for her!

    ajcmeyer AT go DOT com

  7. Molly said...

    I love it! Everything about it. I love that it uses everyday materials to help educate in a fun way. I only wish that I was creative enough to have come up with it on my own. My children love to learn and I love to find new ways to engage them. I think this would be fun and educational for all of us.

  8. Jennifer said...

    oooh,count me in! I have a nephew with autism and my sister is always looking for engaging ways to teach him with stimulating products!

    This is a super giveaway!

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  10. My Precious Pennies said...

    I'm a first time parent, and I was an only child and didn't grow up around cousins or anything, so before my daughter was born I probably spent about an hour in my entire life around babies. It might seem "easy" to occupy a 5 month old's time, but it's really an undertaking for me. I have no idea whether what I'm doing is suitable for her...if it's too advanced and I'm completely losing her, or if she's gotten the concept and now I'm just boring her. It would so helpful to have this stuff around as a guide for this very clueless mommy.

  11. My Precious Pennies said...

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  12. My Precious Pennies said...

    Your button is on my blog under "Sites that I love".

  13. My Precious Pennies said...

    I am already a subscriber to your feed!

  14. laura said...

    Wow, their program looks great! We are due with our first in January, and I feel *slightly* overwhelmed. I'd love to have some pointers on ways to interact, and learn with the baby in a fun way. It would also be great to get a program like this now, as we can then reuse it for our next child. Thanks so much!

  15. laura said...

    I'm also an email subscriber.

  16. laura said...

    I have your button on my sidebar: http://chil-koffs.blogspot.com/
    Thanks!!

  17. brittany, steve, and gabe said...

    with a 6 month old, i ofter feel that i am just biding the time in our day instead of utiilzing it to help him learn. this is a great because it allows parents to be confident that they are doing their best for their child.

  18. Auntie Em said...

    Wiggle Giggle is so cool! This is just what I need for my girls. I really loved the Recycling sample. I'm always trying to incorporate green living lessons into my older daughter's day. However, I'm really at a lose as to how to "teach" my baby. I really hope I win!

    mrs.ntjs(AT)gmail.com

  19. The Rozenboom's said...

    my son is always in need of attention or something to stimulate him. This seems like it has alot of great things that would help me not be so frustrated finding something for him!

    luvnjennanjohn @ yahoo .com

  20. The Rozenboom's said...

    I am a subscriber!

    luvnjennanjohn @ yahoo .com

  21. Shannon said...

    This is cool. I like how it gives you specific ideas what to do.

  22. mverno said...

    it stimulates the mind

  23. Homemaker said...

    My son is 2&1/2 years old and has delayed speech which a preschool teacher comes out once a week and works with him. I think this would benefit him immensely. I have tried baby einstein with really no luck. I hope I'm lucky enough to win and see how this would work for him. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!!

  24. tutugirl said...

    My two oldest are in school now and I'm left with a 2 1/2 year old at home all day. I love being with her to do things but for some reason, I feel at a loss for what to do. I was so good with my first 2, doing things with them. This would be a great encouraging tool for me.

  25. jceko77 said...

    I like that they suggest field trips for learning and encourage a reward system for kids.
    jceko77@yahoo.com

  26. jceko77 said...

    I'm a subscriber
    jceko77@yahoo.com

  27. Mary512 said...

    I would love to win this for my daughter, to get a head start on preschool. Great giveaway, thanks!

  28. Mary512 said...

    Blogged ya:

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    Thanks again!

  29. Melanie said...

    I have a 3 mo. old at home and 2 other older kids... I tend to forget about her "learning" so it was nice to get some reminders about the things that I can do with her... I love the shorter ones that I can quickly do! This definately is a great idea!

    melaniejackson2003@yahoo.com

  30. kygirl said...

    Hyper kid on my hands and maybe this would help him to enjoy learning more.

  31. amantikos said...

    I am also the mother of a child who needs to be constantly stimulated so this would be great!

  32. Discount Bento Mama said...

    Structure, structure, structure. I want to bring structure into the day. Get things accomplished.

  33. Discount Bento Mama said...

    I am a subscriber.

  34. agordon10 said...

    interactivity and fun is the key to getting a child interested in learning and this series doe sthat well.

  35. Kim said...

    What a wonderful giveaway. I have a 4 year old and a 1 year old and this would be wonderful for both of the boys. I have a daily list from Parents as Teachers with one thing to work on that day age appropriate but this would be SO much better and more rewarding for the kids.

    I love it!

    Thanks,
    Kim

    akjulian@aol.com

  36. Kim said...

    I am a subscriber! Thanks- Kim

    akjulian@aol.com

  37. Brianne said...

    What a great idea! I am a SAHM and am always looking for ways to help my toddler learn and grow. I checked out the 22 month learning activity plan and am going to give the ideas a try. Thanks!

    Also, I am subscribed to your feed and have your banner on my blog :-).

  38. babysmama said...

    I'm always looking for fun inovative ways to get my kids interested in learning. I have a 5 yr old and a 2 yr old and soon another baby so I would benifit(or my kids rather) from the 5yr, 2yr, or even 3 month program! Thanks

  39. babysmama said...

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  40. babysmama said...

    I'm a subscriber..that's how I found this amazing giveaway!

  41. janetfaye said...

    Wiggle Giggle Learn, can benefit my grandchildren by teaching them individualized skills.
    I think it is wonderful that the learning activity plans are set up according to age, Nursey rhyme and finger play tells me that this will also be a fun learning experience.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  42. janetfaye said...

    I am subscribed.

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  43. janetfaye said...

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  44. janetfaye said...

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  45. AlbinoRockstar said...

    My son doesn't like to sit still and I think this may help get his attention.

  46. Erica C. said...

    this is such a great package...full of things to inspire my baby!

  47. Maja said...

    This is perfect for my son. It would help him so much to stay still and learn.

    angelina115@hotmail.com

  48. Maja said...

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    subscriber

  49. Tonya said...

    I love this and I think it would be great for my two youngest daughters.

  50. arbrashears said...

    This program is so appealing. I was excited to see this giveawy as just this week I have been researching some of their activites to perhaps use with my baby. I love that it gives simple ideas that don't take long that allow me to connect with my child that also assures me that I am helping her develop appropriately. Thank you for the chance to win this incredible prize!

    arbrashears (at)msn(dot)com

  51. melanie yocum said...

    I am a working mother of a 2 year old. We have very little quality time to spend with eachother, and I really think this package would really add to that wonderful time.

  52. sharon said...

    I love that it has easy ideas and tips on how to engage my very busy, curious toddler

  53. sharon said...

    subscriber too

  54. oneinamil23 said...

    this would be awesome for my 3 year old - he has such an active & busy mind! he's home 4 full days a week with me and i'm always trying to come up with new things to keep him busy! great giveaway!! thanks!!


    autumn398 (at) yahoo.com

  55. judybrittle said...

    This would be so wonderful for my granddaughter. She lives with me and it would get her prepared for when she starts school. What a wonderful giveaway! Thank you!

  56. judybrittle said...

    I'm subscribed

  57. mogrill said...

    Great product! I have a very busy child and I could REALLY use this!

  58. idahomom said...

    My children thrive with music.

  59. Christy said...

    My little boy is so eager to learn and I have to come up with new, exciting ways to teach him. I really think this set would be great for him. Thanks for the chance to win and for the great giveaway. ecghick@yahoo.com

  60. Centsible Mommy said...

    Email entry from Allison: "Looking at the sample plan for a 12 month old, I realized that I'm not challenging my little guy enough! I think this program would help me know how much to challenge him intellectually. And I love the field trip ideas!!
    Thanks!
    Allison"

  61. imjasonc said...

    Beacuse it would help educate in a fun way, and make learning more fun.

  62. redron said...

    Would love to win this for my youngest grandchild.

  63. mrs.mommyy said...

    this would peak their interest and keep them busy learning abd having fun

  64. mrs.mommyy said...

    subscriber

  65. Avery Tales said...

    What a great resource. I printed a couple of samples for my 11-month-old. I'm looking forward to trying these techniques with him.

  66. Avery Tales said...

    I placed your button on my blog here.

  67. Avery Tales said...

    I subscribed.

  68. Andrea V said...

    This would be great for my son. I'm always looking for something that he can learn from and keep his attention. I will also use on the 19 month old daughter.
    vickers at comcast dot net

  69. kdkdkd said...

    As a Mom to two young boys I feel this system could be a wonderful resource in helping me get them ready for preschool. It would definitely help me in an organized and fun way.

  70. idahodad7 said...

    Great ideas including structure and stimulation.

  71. kristilb19 said...

    I'd love to win for my son! I just had him and this would be great to teach him!
    kristilb19@yahoo.com

  72. Casey said...

    I am always thinking about my daughter's education, and I think the best time to start teaching them is when they're babies. Unfortunately, I find myself continuously at a loss as to what I should be teaching her. We've been doing baby sign language since she was born, but I would like more. Winning this would be ideal.

    csysaint@yahoo.com

  73. Susan said...

    great yool to help my child learn

  74. Robyn said...

    What a great concept! I plan to homeschool my older son next year and this would be a huge help with my very active 2 year old who loves to learn but never sits still! It looks very engaging. rcroix@sbcglobal.net

  75. barbarabaker said...

    Wiggle Giggle Learn is the best learning program for kids. I actually have the basic program and love it...I would love to be entered to win the ultimate CD packet for my kids to give them the "ultimate" learning experience!!!

  76. Centsible Mommy said...

    Doreen has left a new comment on your post "Day 7: Wiggle Giggle Learn Giveaway!":

    This is GREAT for getting children ready to learn, seems to have some great structure for learning! :)

  77. Centsible Mommy said...

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  78. Centsible Mommy said...

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  79. Centsible Mommy said...

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  80. karebear said...

    I love it what a great idea.

  81. Stacy said...

    Any help we can get would be great.

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  82. shiloh said...

    This would be great as a preview to deciding if home schooling is appropriate.

  83. Kari said...

    This would be great for my son!!

  84. Kari said...

    This would be great for my son!!

  85. Kari said...

    Im also a subscriber!

  86. littlelatina said...

    Enter me thanks

  87. jennmalan said...

    i have seven children and this would be great. i have always worked with my kids at home and it would be a great aid in teaching

  88. Cherie J said...

    My daughter is very curious about things and it gets so difficult sometimes trying to come up with new activities to teach her in a fun way. This program would be a big help to keep her occupied and to stimulate her mind.

    cherierj(at)yahoo(dot)com

  89. Karen said...

    My son needs alot of things through the day to occupy him - this looks like it offers alot of structure.

    ktgonyea at gmail.com

  90. ky2here said...

    This would be very valuable for my grandniece. She requires lots of stimulation and this looks like fun.

  91. silverbele said...

    My grandson is very young and very smart and this would help him

  92. Sheri said...

    I think this would hold my son's attention and help him get a head start on preschool.

  93. one frugal lady said...

    Who woudn't want to win this?! This is a great giveaway! Pick me!

  94. LINDALSHOT said...

    It's fun AND educational. I think they'd be totally engaged.

  95. Lenora said...

    I'd like this because I love sitting down and learning with my son, but I don't always have any ideas on how to teach him. This sounds like its right up my alley and seems like it would be fun. I'd love to win it.

    johnlenoraplus2(at)yahoo(dot)com

  96. Erin said...

    Wiggle Giggle Learn would be great for my toddler. As a stay-at-home mom I often feel overwhelmed by all the learning activities out there and don't always know where to start or what is age appropriate. This system would make getting organized and sticking to a routine really easy!

  97. pitaharmon said...

    My daughter would benefit from this because she likes to follow her older brothers around and do whatever it is they are doing, and it usually has something to do with Star Wars, Pokemon, or ninjas. This would be really nice to have, something to steer her away from all that uneducational stuff....
    harmonden[at]wowway.com

  98. Anonymous said...

    Engaging, stimulating and structured!

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

  99. Candie said...

    I like that it is tailored to each child and that it is appropriate for any ages

  100. flared0ne said...

    My younger son is autistic, and desperately (that's actually ALL of us here) needs an extremely structured learning environment. We have several different measures of just where on the developmental curves he currently is, but going through these planned sequences with him should be quite informative too. Very useful!!

    Send HELP via gmail with flaredz0ne (where the character following the z is a zero), thank you!!

  101. Mollie G. said...

    When our son has enough structured activities to keep him stimulated and focused, life is SOOOooo much better around here! Looking forward to seeing tangible examples and structured plans.

    Illuminate me, via gmail, using d3addr0p (that character after the 'r' is a zero), thank you!

  102. Anonymous said...

    My is son is super smart and needs a lot of learning activities. I think this system would give me ideas that would keep him having fun and learning! :)

    opalelephant630 at aol.com

  103. Amy said...

    I love that we can really be our child's first teacher and this gives those who don't have it - the structure to do it - and in only fifteen minutes a day - how's that for busy moms?

  104. Amy said...

    I'm a subscriber!

  105. cathy2406 said...

    This problem would be great for my daughter, because she is always looking for a way to be challenged, and the programs structure is wonderful.ashlyn@chuparkoff.com

  106. Anonymous said...

    What a wonderful way to get a head start!

    froggypartyof2@aol.com

  107. Anonymous said...

    My daughter is working full time and going to school and still trying to spend quality time with her 3 Yr-old. This would help her bring more quality to the time they have together.
    AztecFeller@aol.com

  108. klp1965 said...

    PLEASE COUNT ME IN ON THIS AWESOME GIVEAWAY :)

  109. newmom8404 said...

    My tiny one gets so excited when she figures out something new. I would love more ideas to keep her excited about learning.

  110. Bakersdozen said...

    This sounds like a great way to educate kids and spend quality time with them. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

  111. lorides said...

    I am a teacher working with special needs students and I would use this with them

  112. Gianna said...

    It sounds like it would really help my daughter learn :)

  113. Divine Diva In NC said...

    What a great learning system.

  114. Becky said...

    I would love to win this for my DIL. Our youngest granddaughter is soooooo full of energy and I feel she would benefit GREATLY from this. The other three are in school (two are going half days) so she would have the time to work with her one on one. Kristi is at a loss right now with Katie because she feels overwhelmed and this program would help her go in the right direction.

    Thanks for the contest and fantastic prize!

  115. Becky said...

    I just subscribed!

    Thanks!

  116. matty55 said...

    i babysit and would love to use these to help the kids.

  117. Erica G said...

    I have an almost 4 month old. I would love to have this for her. I think it would give her a great head start and foundation. I also think it would be a great way for us to spend time together and bond.

    babychooch (at) gmail {dot} com

  118. Suzie G. said...

    This looks like an amazing program. I have never seen it before today but my daughter will be 3 years old in less than a month and she's extreamly smart and picks things up quickly. I myself am a bit unsure on how to tap into her full potential and find age appropriate learning activities for her. I also have an 8 month old son who could benefit from this.

  119. hammielover1 said...

    What I like is that you have so many choices!