(PRWEB) January 12, 2006
The Plaid Wagon Kids, a new concept in children’s entertainment combining interactive books, CDs, board games, and other children’s entertainment merchandise, introduces new products that focus on developing children’s imaginations. The new products, called the "Funtastic Food Kit" and "Funtastic Music," are a fresh approach for parents and children to let their imaginations run wild.
Plaid Wagon Kids believes that creating children’s entertainment products centered around a child’s imagination is a "back to basic" idea that taps the creative side of young children. It allows them to expand their imaginations as they think about adventures, discoveries, and celebrations that they can create every day.
"All children are naturally imbued with energetic imaginations," said Bill Apter of Plaid Wagon Kids. "Combined with the ability to create, this process builds their confidence and self-esteem. This is why we created the Plaid Wagon Kids World; a world where imagination is the key in children’s entertainment."
The "Funtastic Food Kit" is a storybook combined with eight easy-to-make creative projects and is centered around one of the characters from the Plaid Wagon Kids. The "Funtastic Music" CD contains original music and lyrics, including the Plaid Wagon Kids theme song, "Who Likes Pizza." All of the Plaid Wagon Kids children’s entertainment products encourage children to develop their creativity in a hands-on way.
Visit http://www.PlaidWagonKids.com to:
*Learn more about Plaid Wagon Kids children’s entertainment products
*Join the Plaid Wagon Kids Club
*Find more information about upcoming children’s entertainment projects
About Plaid Wagon Kids
The Plaid Wagon Kids is a new concept in children’s entertainment combining interactive books, CDs, board games, and other children’s entertainment merchandise. Creators Pamela Orris and JoAnn Marra have put together Plaid Wagon kids as a unique world where children are encouraged to use their imaginations. They are based out of Columbus, New Jersey.