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Five Little Monkey's Felt Board Story Video from Cullen's Abc’s and Story Time Felts
Now children can enjoy and adults can be inspired by a new free video series of felt broad stories from Cullen's Abc's (CullensAbcs.com ), and sponsored by Story Time Felts (FunFelt.com ).
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Every story in the series not only entertains, but also deliberately develops children’s skills such as: matching and sequencing, problem solving, listening, thinking, creativity, rhyming, values, numbers and letters, and even story telling. Adults will recognize how quickly their children’s imagination and communication can soar. Children can use each felt board story to retell a story or to imagine many new stories.
"Listening, repetition and counting make this fun video a favorite!,” states Cullen Wood, Founder of Cullen's Abc's. “Make sure you children count the remaining Monkey's with throughout the story.”
"Kids these days are so used to being entertained with TV and video," Karen Clark of Story Time Felts says. "With these videos of felt stories and finger plays, it is a way to introduce these "high tech" preschoolers to the world of classic learning through play. I love it!"
Cullen’s Abc’s is pioneering the use of online video to distribute free, children's videos that are entertaining and educational, and activity idea videos for adults. All videos and activity ideas stimulate young children's development at home and in the classroom. Cullen's Abc's has produced hundreds of videos for young children and adults that have been viewed millions of times. A DVD and CD of the most popular videos and songs are available at the CullensAbcs.com website.
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Cullen’s Abc’s is the creation of Cullen Wood, who has been working with young children since 1994. She currently is a Preschool Teacher at St. Timothy's Lutheran School in San Jose, California. Feel free to add Cullen Wood as a friend on Facebook. Cullen has also authored the article titled: “How to Select the Best Preschool for Your Child" – Inside Tips from a Preschool Teacher (http://cullensabcs.com/