The Adventures of Scuba Jack Set to Film 3 New Episodes

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The Adventures of Scuba Jack (ASJ) in conjunction with Majestic Harbor School is scheduled to film the next three episodes in a series of educational videos geared towards preschool aged children.

The Adventures of Scuba Jack (ASJ) in conjunction with Majestic Harbor School is scheduled to film the next three episodes in a series of educational videos geared towards preschool aged children. The pilot episode Tide Pools was released December 2008 and is available to purchase online. Just as the pilot episode, the next 3 videos will be based on the Preschool Frameworks for Education. Whales, Lobstering, and The Farm will be the featured lessons in videos 2-4. As in our previous release, viewers will be able to download the curriculum through the Scuba Jack website (http://www.adventuresofscubajack.com).

ASJ is a line of multimedia products specializing in interactive crafts and curriculum for children ages 2-6. Subjects such as reading, math, science, history and writing are prominently explored. These products differ from others in that this is the only series that offers hands-on, experiential learning.

The pilot episode was released with astounding reviews by parents, educators, and preschool facilitators. "This is an exciting time for our company," says ASJ founder, Beth Costanzo, M.Ed. "Parents continually inform me that Scuba Jack is the video of choice by their children and themselves". The children are requesting to watch it over and over again! "It is a great compliment for me as well as my staff for all the hard work we have put into this product."

Beth Costanzo, CEO of The Adventures of Scuba Jack and Majestic Harbor School is herself a mother of 3 and preschool owner. She created the Scuba Jack line of educational videos for children based on lessons she has been implementing with her own students for over 13 years.

For over a decade, she has created a substantial collection of storybooks and curriculum books scheduled for publication this year. "We noticed a shortage of quality curriculum for pre-school students!" Costanzo admits. She and her staff have been perfecting these lessons for years - with proven success. Local educators have praised Beth and her staff for the students they produce year after year. "These lessons have been so beneficial for our students at Majestic Harbor. I wanted to share my success with children around the world, not just those who attend our school."

The Adventures of Scuba Jack has a product for the ever growing 4.8 billion dollar educational toy market with an innovative approach to hands-on education. The company is currently discussing investment possibilities with several companies. The goal is to find a company or individual who believes in the product and how it can benefit children on a national level. "Our biggest challenge is financing. All funding at this point has been paid out of our pockets. We need funds to further develop our product and to bring our company to the next level." Costanzo is actively seeking investors to expand The Adventures of Scuba Jack's current position in the marketplace.

For more information on The Adventures of Scuba Jack, please visit http://www.adventuresofscubajack.com or contact Beth Costanzo at beth (at) adventuresofscubajack (dot) com

The Adventures of Scuba Jack (http://www.adventuresofscubajack.com) is an educational program designed for preschool children by a successful preschool educator. Each episode brings children into the simulated preschool classroom of Majestic Harbor School. From there, they are taken on exciting adventures with Scuba Jack and his friends

In addition to the DVD series, supporting preschool curriculum is available for parents and educators to download on the Scuba Jack website (http://www.adventuresofscubajack.com).

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