Saturday, March 31, 2012

Oh Baby, Baby *Sponsor Spotlight* The Miracle MusicMath System


    Every mom and dad want their child to be smart!.  We all say they are, but we also want that to be true.  There are many studies that give information about what makes a baby smarter.  Today I am going to introduce you to a clinically-effective system that uses music to teach early concepts of math and physics.  It is called The Miracle MusicMath System

     The Miracle MusicMath System is made up of 4 CDs, each for a different age period.  This system begins at birth and goes up to 24 months. This system uses musical tone sequences in perfect mathematical symmetry to portray math formulas and physics concepts.  Before your child has any language he/she can gain a head start in understanding the fundamental concepts of math and physics by listening to these tones.  Some of the concepts includes Spatial Relationships, Symmetry, Distance, Proportion, Motion, Depth Perception, Inclusion, Resolution, Cause & Effect, Binary Relationships, and more.

What you get with the complete system:
 CD #1: (0 - 6 months)
• Reinforces learning and retention through repetition
• Features the innovative "Pitch/Rhythm Mapping" technology,
CD #2: (6-12 months)
• Introduces space, dimension and movement
• Reinforces "cause & effect" by applying both complimentary and opposing musical events
CD #3:(12-18 months)
• Reinforces the fundamentals of math by introducing time, beats and rhythm
• Introduces binary relationships and natural tendencies
• Introduces 'similarity and difference' by using repetition and variance
CD #4:(18-24 months)
• Features the "Movement Suite" where the music imitates the physics of movement
• Uses musical notes to create "if/then" scenarios
• Combines two simultaneous musical elements to demonstrate binary relationships
Insert Booklet with details and tips for best use.
+ BONUS MP3 instant Download of all 4 Discs!
 
     I am just like any and all moms and I really want my children to be smart.  When I was pregnant with Jayden I used to play him Mozart and other classical music while in the womb.  I felt like that gave him a little head start.  I believe that he is smart!!  Don't argue with me on that cause I will win.  Anyway, but this system is supposed to be better than Mozart.  The Miracle MusicMath System is designed to stimulate the brain in ways that will rebuild brain cells.  So being the mom I am of course I want it because I only want the best for my children.  I added the Miracle MusicMath System to my Ipod and used it in my sound beginnings belly band.  When I played the CD for the baby I could feel him moving around.  He wasn't move to any particular rhythm, but he was moving around as the music played.  When I turned it off he stopped.  I think he really enjoyed the music.  Jayden also listened to the music a little as it played for baby and he told me he liked it too.  I will continue to play this for the baby in the womb and after he is born.  And even with Jayden pasted the age for the CDs I figure it wouldn't hurt for him to also listen.  

Buy it:  Miracle MusicMath System $49.97

Win it:  One (1) Arizona Mama Reader will win their very own Miracle MusicMath System.  Remember to come back and enter to win during the Oh, Baby, Baby, Giveaway Hop beginning April 1, 2012.

Extra Entries:  Do you want to get a head start on entries?!!?  Just visit SmartWav and tell me something you learned about the Miracle MusicMath System and comment on this post.  When the giveaway opens you will be able to claim 5 extra entries for leaving this comment here.   

I was provided a copy of the Miracle MusicMath System for review purposes.  I was not compensated. All thoughts are that of my own and not influenced by others. 


30 comments:

  1. I would love to win this, I am a believer in classical music and the affects it can have on the brain, both of my kids listen to classical music and have since birth. This would be an awesome collection. I did visit their site and I learned that they use musical tone sequences in perfect mathematical symmetry to portray math formulas and physics concepts. So interesting!

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  2. what a great way to get your little one a great educational start

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  3. I learned that The music itself outlines the concepts of Spatial Relationships, Symmetry, Distance, Proportion, Motion, Depth Perception, Inclusion, Resolution, Cause & Effect, Binary Relationships, and more.

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  4. Very educational

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  5. I love this system. It is never to early to start educating your little ones and math is so essential to succeeding in everything one does

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  6. As a math-hater myself, I would do just about anything to pave the way to success for my kiddo!

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  7. As a music teacher, I am well aware of the benefits it extends beyond enjoyment and enrichment -- but I would love to learn more about how this program benefits the listener at such a young age. Fascinating!

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  8. i have neice who started learing to talk and would great bd gift for her

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  9. My husband is a math teacher so I think he would love this for my baby!

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  10. I'm liberal arts, and the husband is science / math, so if our baby takes after me, these would be great to have!

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  11. laura4him@bellsouth.net
    thanks for the review

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  12. it has been used in hospitals

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  13. I like that the program grows with your child, up to two years.

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  14. I learned the music tones follows that of math concepts (it was said more properly) also they can use it till 2 and obviously start listening in the womb. Every baby deserves any advantage he/she can get especially now.
    Gladys P

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  15. what a great prize, a lot of different ways to learn and to make it fun

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  16. I'd love this for my nephew.
    Rafflecopter: happi shopr

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  17. I wish I would have had this when my 2 year old was a baby.

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  18. I would love to win this for my son. Classical music has been proven to have benefits for your baby's intelligence. Thanks for the giveaway.

    klshrrs at gmail dot com

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  19. I learned that Through listening to the tones, your baby can actually gain a head start understanding of the fundamental concepts of math and physics
    Jessica Cox

    momma62404@yahoo.com

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  20. this is so fantastic for learning, it is extremely important to do what you can while they are babies!

    christinejessamine at hotmail dot com

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  21. I learned that The MusicMath System is a revolutionary new method of using musical tone sequences in perfect mathematical symmetry to portray math formulas and physics concepts

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  22. I have never seen this before but it looks amazing!

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  23. Looks like a great program. Amazing to think that you can start it with newborns. :)

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  24. I love the idea of teaching kids young, sign language, for example, is amazing. The system looks great & I'd love to try it.
    danabeeman(at)gmail(dot)com

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  25. I learned it is a Passive Learning System that plays in the background.
    tvpg at aol dot com

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  26. This is really unique, I've never heard of it before! Thanks for a lovely review and giveaway!


    Arandamarie1992@yahoo.com

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  27. "I believe that he is smart!! Don't argue with me on that cause I will win."

    LOL.

    My son is almost 3 but I have a new one on the way (I'm 35+ weeks, but I gave birth to my son at 34 so I guess it could be very soon!) and this would be a great thing to start with. Thanks for the detailed review :)

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  28. I learned that the music outlines the concepts of Spatial Relationships, Symmetry, Distance, Proportion, Motion, Depth Perception, Inclusion, Resolution, Cause & Effect, Binary Relationships, etc. So neat

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  29. My granddaughter is five months old & at a great age to start this. I love this review, thanks.

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