Disclaimer: I received a FREE copy of this product through the HOMESCHOOL REVIEW CREW in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way.
Preborn Prodigy is a company that offers CDs or digital downloads with recordings that help nurture and encourage life from conception and Beyond. Preborn Prodigy sent us the three albums that they offer in exchange for our honest review:
- Prayers and Blessings for the Unborn Child
- Prayers and Blessings Newborn to 99
- Math Prodigy
We received the digital downloads in three different emails with audio files that downloaded into Dropbox. It was very easy to open up the audio file and each file varies in length. Some are a few minutes long while others are 12 to 15 minutes long.
Since I am not expecting and do not have babies, my personal favorite and my boys who are 6 + 8 is the Math Prodigy. My younger son really benefits from learning auditory wise so I played this in the car when we went to piano lesson and town. We have about 45 minutes to an hour’s drive so I’m always looking for educational audio to play for my children.
Math Prodigy, in my opinion, is an excellent resource that hones in on mathematical Concepts in a child’s mind and only helps aid in their development. The math concepts covered range from addition all the way up to theoretical algebraic based mathematics.
I was babysitting my friend’s 3-year-old autistic daughter one week every day and I played The Prayers and Blessings for Newborn to 99 in the background while she played. I didn’t notice it affecting her behavior however I found it to be very pleasant. I do believe that just as their website says scientifically proven methods have shown information being processed on a subconscious level can help in development.
I personally have found it to be stress reliving during this time that we are going through with the worldwide pandemic. If I’m just around the house cleaning, I wouldn’t mind listening to this in the background. God’s promises never grow old.
The music background in all of the albums is soothing and relaxing and has a slight acoustic classical feel to it. I typically am very picky about musical choices allowed in my family and this passed all of my tests. The woman’s voice is very soothing and sweet sounding.
All in all I enjoyed Preborn Prodigy’s albums and would recommend them especially for mothers with children under 4. If my boys were younger I would have this playing in the house or while they slept.
This would make an excellent gift for an expecting mother or a mom with littles. I definitely would recommend the Math Prodigy album for anyone with children under the age of 12 as learning audio for car rides or in the background while they are free playing or doing art.
Check out the other reviews on the crew to see if these albums would benefit your family.