As an educator making learning and reading fun for my students and especially my own son is extremely important to me. I try to stress the importance of good reading skills to all of the children that enter my classroom but unfortunately, some of our children are not getting any early exposure to books because of all the technology that is available to them. Don’t get me wrong, I know that technology is a wonderful things, but nothing can replace actual books, or time spent reading to your children while they sit on your lap. It is important to begin reading to our children from an early age and to instill the love of learning and reading in them. Books can take them to faraway places and help their imagination grow and learn. Now, thanks to Gymboree we can do just that!
Gymboree has partnered with Little Golden Books and they will launch a set of limited-edition books that will bring some of the most beloved characters from Little Golden Books to life. The books will feature stories with, “The Poky Little Puppy”, “The Fuzzy Duckling”, and “Shy Little Kitten”.
These books will make the perfect gift for your own children, or anyone that has a young child or is expecting a baby soon. The books will be sold with clothing and accessory sets making these an extra special gift.
When I was growing up I really loved the Little Golden Books collection. I am now so EXCITED because I have a chance to start my son’s Little Golden Books collection thanks to Gymboree!
Also be sure to enter Gymboree’s One Big Happy Storytime Sweepstakes. The sweepstakes will be giving away everything a family needs to make story time fun and exciting for your little ones.
You could win over $2000 in prizes including, Little Golden Books, Room Décor from the Land of Nod and a $500 gift card. Enter here gymboree.com/littlegoldenbooks
from now through February 29 for your chance to win.
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