It’s Hump Day…perhaps a snow day too? As if you need an excuse to save money on great deals! 🙂 Check these out:
Do you need more items for your dress-up box for your classroom or home playroom? Nine years ago, moms Jennifer Harrison and Heather Granata got together to create affordable dress-up sets for kids that wouldn’t itch or fall apart. Between them they have thirteen kids of their own, so they knew their customers (toddlers, boys and girls) well! Since their founding, as they say, their little adventure has turned into a big adventure with stores nationwide carrying their sets.
Feel the rhythm! The Juno Company presents these rich, colorful and musical products that will have babies and toddlers on their feet and dancing to the beat. Created by mom and Emmy Award winning classical composer Belinda Takahashi, Ph.D., these DVDs, CDs, plush pals and cute tees are all about helping children to learn through beautiful music. As if that wasn’t cool enough, The Juno Company is big on giving back too. Through their “One for All” program, they donate a special music education DVD to a child in need for every single product purchased. Now that’s spreading the love.
Do Your Students/Children Love Learning About Animals? If So, Zoobooks is for You! Even Better, Enter Coupon Code CJ25 at Checkout to Save 25% On Your Entire Order!
Zoobooks is the everything-you-wanted-to-know-but-didn’t-know-where-to-look children’s resource for animals. Each issue delves into topics such as anatomy, habitat, socialization, and reproduction-all on a single animal or animal group-in a vibrant, easy-to-understand way. The series is produced by Wildlife Education, Ltd., a company first established in 1980. Hardcover library editions of the series were first produced in 1983. Zootles magazines and books, for younger readers 2 to 6 years old, were launched in 2005. Then, the animal learning fun was extended to the littlest learners, ages 0 to 2 years old, with the introduction of Zoobies magazines and books in 2008.