Frisco, TX (PRWEB) March 25, 2006
Finding free time with small children at home can be difficult. Parents are often looking for creative and educational ways to keep their children occupied and enhance their learning experiences. Stealing moments to work around the house or take advantage of quiet time can be challenging. Many times, parents rely on television for help. We all know the reports and well-documented side effects that too much television can have on children, and we struggle to balance the guilt, with the ease of using it as a pacifier. We all do it, and we continuously reach out for better, more enriching alternatives to television. Kinder Kit provides this alternative.
For years, Kindergarten teachers all over the world have used “Learning Centers” to keep their classrooms busy while they attend to students individually, or perform other tasks around the classroom. The secret is out, and parents everywhere are using the same methods at home that Kindergarten teachers have been using for years in the classroom.
The Kindergarten Kit has over 580 pages of pre-designed Learning Centers that will keep children occupied for hours. The Kindergarten Kit offers easy step-by-step instructions that any parent can follow. The creative activities make learning fun, and give you as a parent, the free time you deserve – guilt free. The Kindergarten Kit was designed by a veteran Kindergarten teacher who uses the Literacy Centers with her own children.
Free sample Learning Centers can be downloaded at http://www.kindergartenkit.com. Soft copies of the book can be instantly downloaded for $24.95 at http://www.kindergartenkit.com. CD’s and hardcopies are also available on the website.
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