Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) June 09, 2014
Two inventors from Apache Junction, Ariz., know that a child without manners is a child without respect. "Many children have no manners nowadays," said one inventor, "so we decided that there needed to be an effective and fun way to teach manners to children."
The versatile and easy-to-use NICE BOX provides an effective way to teach children manners, shapes and colors. It promotes both learning and fun, as well as improves the relationship between parents and children.
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