Wanted: Kids aged 3 to 7 to Test Our New Virtual Learning World! Families and Early Educators Get Complimentary Access Plus a Free Kindle Book

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Cackleberries.com is opening their virtual learning world to the public for a limited time.

Variety-Cackleberries Kindle Book Gifted to New Cackleberries.com Players Now Through September 30th!

We want to make sure that the content in Oville—the games, books, activities, music, and such—are a good fit for the children who are going to our schools. After their lessons, we want them to have fun playing in Oville and keep learning.

Cackleberries.com is offering families and early educators a chance to test and explore the most recent additions to the Oville, an Internet-safe, commercial-free virtual world for children ages 3 to 7. Cackleberries seeks innovative ideas for creating future reading, numeracy, and life skills activities and games.

When asked why the company has decided to go into beta-mode and open their virtual world for families and teachers, Cackleberries CEO, Eronne Foster, said, “We have a very successful virtual English Immersion School in Oville and we are currently building a virtual Math School as well. We want to make sure that the content in Oville—the games, books, activities, music, and such—are a good fit for the children who are going to our schools. After their lessons, we want them to have fun playing in Oville and keep learning.”

As an incentive, the company is now offering complete access to their virtual world at no cost. In addition, any families or teachers who sign up for Cackleberries.com between now and midnight September 30th will be gifted a free copy of Cackleberries five-star rated early reader Kindle picture book Different and the Same, which was produced in association with Variety International the Children’s Charity.

Some of Oville’s newest attractions include the world’s only virtual Variety House, built especially for Variety International, with games and special needs learning materials for children, the Water House which teaches children about science and water safety, and, most recently, a Frobit “pet care” house that encourages children to care for a pet. There are also new earth-wise recycling games, plus basketball, in Cracker and Shellbee’s House and a new swim-lift for Charitee—Cackleberries’ ambassador for Variety International the Children’s Charity—by the Clubhouse.

To sign up for your free Oville membership, please go to Cackleberries.com. Anyone signing up for Cackleberries by September 30th will receive their free Kindle picture book by email. To keep up with Oville’s latest educational games, books, music, and cartoons, follow Cackleberries’ Facebook page.

Cackleberries.com is a children’s edutainment (entertainment and education) company offering a website, animation, toys, games, music and more. Most importantly Cackleberries introduces young children, three to seven, to online education with a dedication to keeping them safe. Cackleberries protects children from the internet with the latest technology, provides family-friendly content, and never advertises to children. The living virtual world of Oville is a place for children to learn and play in a guaranteed safe environment.

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