Retired Schoolteacher Opens Education Super Deals to Help Homeschool Parents and Teachers

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http://www.EducationSuperDeals123.com was opened by Janet Amatuzzi to help supplement the educational materials of homeschool parents and teachers. The newly-launched site focuses on bringing quality educational materials into the fore, and discussing various educational methods through the site's blog.

http://www.EducationSuperDeals123.com was opened by Janet Amatuzzi to help supplement the educational materials of homeschool parents and teachers. The newly-launched site focuses on bringing quality educational materials into the fore, and discussing various educational methods through the site's blog.

Janet Amatuzzi has a great deal of teaching experience under her belt, and it led her to open http://www.EducationSuperDeals123.com, using her expertise to help others educate their children. "I'm a retired schoolteacher -- I taught 37 years, and I worked with a lot of Special Ed kids and parents who are homeschooling their kids," says Janet. "Many of them ask about what they could get for their kids to supplement their lessons and enrich them other than standard academic books, so I decided to start a web site where I could sell those enrichment materials."

The store has been open for just under 2 months, and already the selection is vast. "I was looking for things that would help develop children's cognitive and creative skills, and something that would supplement homeschool parents and teachers," explains Janet, who chooses her products carefully. "There are a lot of history board games, and games that teach certain subject areas. I was also looking for a lot of Christian games and materials, because a lot of homeschoolers are Christian parents."

Janet's experience has also given her a lot of insight into alternative education. "I've taught children all the way from birth through high school at all ability levels," she says. "My main focus was visual disabilities, but I've taught non-disabled kids, as well. I've taught from profoundly disabled kids all the way through gifted."

Janet also discusses education on her blog at http://www.EducationalSuperDeals.net. "I want to give parents and anyone who comes to my blog ideas on education, and anything that would help their child," she explains. "Through the years I've found that there are two main types of toys -- those that help a child improve cognitive skills and those that don't. Since children learn so much through their play, I want to carry items that will help them develop and learn, and inform parents about how to tell the difference."

New products are always coming in to http://www.EducationSuperDeals123.com, and so Janet features product lines regularly. "I'm carrying a lot of Anatex products. They're preschool-based, colorful toys that are good for building cognitive and creative skills. They're made in the USA and non-toxic. A lot of them have won awards -- I always look for award-winning products when I'm searching out new product lines to carry."

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