Grandview, MO (PRWEB) June 11, 2013
Constructive Playthings - U.S. Toy Company/Constructive Playthings is helping to bring Mark Schriver, Senior VP of Save the Children to Kansas City next week to make a keynote address at the Region 7 Head Start Association Conference.
Mark Schriver leads Save the Children's U.S. Programs, which work to ensure a fair start for all children in the United States. Nearly one in four children lives in poverty in the U.S., and Save the Children is working to end that. Shriver’s career fighting for social justice in advocacy and service organizations, as well as elected office, has focused on advancing the right of every child in America to have a safe and vibrant childhood.
Constructive Playthings is proud of the relationship, work, and partnership developed with Save the Children and the Region 7 Head Start Association that has developed over the past few years. Each of these organizations focuses on improving the lives of children and families by providing high quality educational tools, support, and programs.
To learn more about Constructive Playthings and the work with Save the Children and the Region 7 Head Start Association, please visit the Constructive Playthings website.
About Constructive Playthings
Constructive Playthings has 60 years of experience offering the finest quality early childhood equipment, teaching aids, and supplies. Constructive Playthings is the early childhood division of U.S. Toy Company and brings to life the vision of creating a quality experience in early education by providing toys and teaching resources ideal for preschools, churches, daycares, and other early childhood environments.
Beginning in a Kansas City, Missouri apartment in 1953 by preschool teacher-turned-entrepreneur Frances Wang-Gershon, Constructive Playthings is a third generation family owned and operated business offering numerous unique products created exclusively for our customers and the customers of our sister companies U.S. Toy (http://www.USToy.com) and CP Toys (http://www.CPToys.com).
For more information on Constructive Playthings, please visit our website at http://www.ConstructivePlaythings.com