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MP3 Player Teaches Kids through Music

Califone International, Inc., has partnered with Twin Sisters Productions, LLC to offer educators, reading specialists, speech pathologists, and students with access to award-winning children's songs by preloading them on the Califone MP3 Player.
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Califone International, Inc., has partnered with Twin Sisters Productions, LLC, provider of children's educational music, to offer educators, reading specialists, speech pathologists, and students access to award-winning children's songs by preloading them on the Califone MP3 Player. A built-in microphone allows students to record their responses to the material as well.

Four albums will be included on the Califone MP3 Player:

Phonics: Includes songs that teach initial consonant sounds. Students hear letter sounds in a catchy rhythm, and then repeat words that have that initial consonant sound. Appropriate for ages 4-7.

Speechercise: Through a musical workout, students warm up with silly yet important basic mouth movements. Songs and drills focus on basic vowel and consonant sounds, complex vowel-consonant transitions, and advanced word level strings. Developed in conjunction with a nationally certified Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP), this album for ages 3-6 and older helps children who may mispronounce a sound in certain words, yet pronounce it clearly in other words.

30 Nursery Rhyme Songs: Students can learn to sing 30 of their favorite nursery rhymes. Best for toddlers, preschoolers and young children.

Oceans: Students will learn about whales, sea turtles and ocean life. An example track is "When I Grow Up I Want To Be A Marine Biologist." Best for ages 4-9.

For more information visit www.califone.com.

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