Just wanted to let everyone know that I've had an opportunity to try some new things from PBS after a cool meeting at their headquarters last week in VA. It's all about using media--in this case, Super WHY!--and fun activities along with the show. Pretty neat.
I've been posting all week on how they're working with my 5, 3, and 2 year old, and it's pretty cool! If you check it out and leave a comment on what you think (if it works for you guys, if you think it's lame, whatever) the people at PBS will see it, PLUS you'll be eligible to win a CD/DVD from my site).
I'm so curious as to what you think: http://www.teachmama.com
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