Our favorite answer wins, so get creative with your answers!
EAGLE RIVER, WISCONSIN (PRWEB) January 28, 2015
All About Learning Press, Inc., publisher of some of the most sought-after homeschooling programs for reading and spelling, is having a bit of fun with the new Lost and Found feature on their website.
“Some of the most interesting things get returned to us when people take advantage of the one-year return policy on our products,” says Marie Rippel, curriculum developer and author of the All About Reading and All About Spelling programs. “We do our best to return the items to their rightful owners, but now we’re having a bit of fun with the rest.” The January Lost and Found page features an array of items ranging from a supersized stuffed bear to a sock monkey coin purse, as well as crunchy cookie butter and a beard hat. (Rippel adds that although the items on the Lost and Found page weren’t really returned, All About Learning Press, Inc. is giving them away.)
A new selection of items will be available for claim each month, and the Lost and Found is open to anyone in the United States, eighteen years or older, with no purchase is necessary. To claim an item, interested participants can simply click “I want it!” and fill out a creative answer to a short question. “Our favorite answer wins, so get creative with your answers!” says Rippel. Fans can stay up-to-date on newly listed items by using hashtag #AALPLostandFound on Twitter or Facebook.
All About Learning Press, Inc. publishes the All About Reading and All About Spelling programs. Created by author and curriculum developer Marie Rippel, the programs have received significant recognition in the homeschooling community. All About Reading and All About Spelling are based on the Orton-Gillingham instructional approach and the programs use multisensory lessons to teach children the way they learn naturally—through sight, sound, and touch. These complete and comprehensive programs come with lifetime support and a 100 percent money-back guarantee.
# # # Contact: Greg Rippel