Total DEvelopment Programme - anyone using this ?

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Total DEvelopment Programme - anyone using this ?

Postby kelamel » Sat Jun 05, 2010 10:20 pm

Hi there,

Was at Spore expo and chance upon this programme, however the costs is around $6000. :!: I saw from another forum that in india its selling at around $4200.

http://www.educationaltechnologies.com/ ... 032f60e2a1

http://sg.88db.com/Parenting-Children/B ... ad-729642/


Is any of you using this for your child ? i saw the contents and were pretty amazed by it but was sorta put off by the costs....

Or am i wrong that this kinda product are around this kinda costs ?

Was thinking of sharing with other parents so that we can save some $$

Any comments ?

kelamel
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Postby Happybirdks » Tue Jun 15, 2010 11:09 am

Hi

I have that program.

I do not think it is necessary to buy all the sets though.

I've got the set that comes with Walter, the storybook set that comes with read along CDs, the encycopedia set for older kids, and the early learning program.

How old are your kids? I think just buying the Walter set (which is very interesting) and maybe the early learning program set is enough.

I regretted buying the storybook set cos I find story boring. I've seen the Maths set too but find it not worth. Too simple.

I know of an agent for this program. I did not get from her but she helped me when my Walter was spoilt and when my own agent did not bother to reply.

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Postby Happybirdks » Tue Jun 15, 2010 11:10 am

Hi

I have that program.

I do not think it is necessary to buy all the sets though.

I've got the set that comes with Walter, the storybook set that comes with read along CDs, the encycopedia set for older kids, and the early learning program.

How old are your kids? I think just buying the Walter set (which is very interesting) and maybe the early learning program set is enough.

I regretted buying the storybook set cos I find story boring. I've seen the Maths set too but find it not worth. Too simple.

I know of an agent for this program. I did not get from her but she helped me when my Walter was spoilt and when my own agent did not bother to reply.

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Postby foreverj » Mon Aug 23, 2010 8:54 am

hi happybirdks,

how much does the encyclopedia alone cost? n how much did u pay for the replacement Walter? tks!

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