ORLANDO, Fla., Aug. 5 /PRNewswire/ — OK, it may be a storybook monkey, but children are learning to read from Flip the Monkey and the entire nation is about to learn how.
Boca Raton-based Flipping For Phonics, Inc. (http://www.flippingforphonics.com) announced the launch of a nationwide television campaign to educate parents, teachers and ESL students about this creative and entertaining teaching approach for toddlers through adults.
Said Ellen Steiner, Flipping For Phonics Vice President, "We are excited to offer our learning system to everyone across the country. We have had great success with early learning programs used by Private Montessori, public and government-operated schools, and have been a great resource for parent/teacher resource centers nationwide. The time is right."
Orlando-based Convergence (http://www.goconvergence.com) produced the commercials and will place media on nationwide cable networks. Said Kenny Taht, Convergence CEO, "We are excited to work on the Flipping For Phonics Campaign. We believe this program revolutionizes early childhood learning and everyone with Flipping For Phonics is so dedicated to improving the lives of children — truly inspirational."
The special TV offer for the educational tools will be priced at just $24.95, with additional book and musical CDs available for only $14.95, and will be available starting September 14, 2009.
For more information on Flipping For Phonics, please contact Ellen Steiner at firstname.lastname@example.org or (561) 901-4943.
For more information on Convergence Production and Media Services, please contact Brian Townsend at email@example.com or (407) 296-4100.
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