Children begin learning as early as infants and they can go far in the world if education is the top priority.
Montgomery, AL (PRWEB) April 1, 2009
These days, kids are inundated with a variety of media that can help and hurt them. While there are television stations that encourage children to learn, more times that not, shows are used as commercials for various toy lines and products from which the educational value is zilch. Cassandra Whitney is not amused by such brazen product placement, so she did something about it.
Whitney recently launched http://www.CassiesSchoolTools.com in February 2009, a web store that promotes early childhood development with educational toys and learning games.
"Because I have children, education has become my passion," explained Whitney. "Without an education, you won't get far in life and I feel that this site expands on that notion."
In addition to having learning toys, the web store also has a selection of teaching tools and reference books that help adults learn about childhood development. "Education doesn't stop when you're out of school," Whitney said. "We have books that will assist adults, as well."
Whitney's urgency to make education paramount in the home is something that echoes of other parents who feel that learning has taken a backseat in this country. This passion has been the theme of her new blog, http://www.CassiesSchoolToolsInfo.com.
"The blog is based around how important education is," said Whitney. "Children begin learning as early as infants and they can go far in the world if education is the top priority."
As millions of children continue to use the remote control more than their imaginations, Cassandra Whitney hopes to make as much of an impact as she can.
"I'm ambitious and I'd really like to see children increase their chance of becoming successful adults," she said. "There's not a personal message with our site, per se, only the encouragement and the knowledge that kids can go far if they're provided the right tools."
About the Company:
Cassie's School Tools is owned and operated by Cassandra Whitney.