Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 24, 2015
Bright Horizons is partnering with the Atlanta Baby and Child Expo, the premier extravaganza of “all things baby” for new moms and moms-to-be, as well as their friends and family. This is the fifth year for the event, which is set for May 2nd this year, and the first year Bright Horizons is sponsoring the expo. Set at the Fabulous Fox Theatre Ballrooms, this is not your mass-expo event, but an elite pampering and shopping experience, providing new and expectant parents with a true treat.
Bright Horizons offers the world at children’s fingertips with a Kindergarten Prep curriculum that prepares children for kindergarten and beyond, giving them the skills and confidence needed for a lifetime of academic success. Beyond that, Bright Horizons has been a member of The Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) and First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move effort since 2011. Both Bright Horizons and PHA remain committed to raising awareness about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle, and for highlighting how critical a child's early years are for establishing life-long habits. The Bright Horizons curriculum fosters individual learning and child development at every age and stage through active, hands-on discovery and exploration. Teachers encourage and provide an engaging, flexible curriculum that's designed to inspire children at every age and stage. Built around extensive research, 21st-century technology, and developmentally appropriate instruction, the carefully planned curriculum introduces and reinforces concepts of math, science, language, social awareness, environment, art, and health.
Attendees will get to meet with Bright Horizons staff at the Atlanta Baby and Child Expo.
Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.AtlantaBabyandChildExpo.com. Potential vendors and sponsors can also find out more information on that site. This is the officially licensed Atlanta event for the Pregnancy Awareness Month campaign and is organized by http://www.StressFreeBaby.com, a web site offering help, hope and humor to parents.
Contact: Desiree Miller, 678-520-1988, Desiree(at)StressFreeBaby(dot)com, @DesireeMiller