Mothers are very special people who deserve recognition for all they do. So this Mother’s Day weekend, we’re holding a special giveaway to Celebrate Mom!
Three winners will receive a set of the Twinkle Twinkle Owl & Star plush toys and one Super Simple Songs DVD of their choice, there are five to choose from.
To enter, please visit our Facebook page and like or comment on the Contest post.
We love teachers!! To show our appreciation for all of your hard work and dedication, we are giving away the entire Super Simple Songs CD collection to three teachers.
To enter, look for the Teacher Appreciation Week Giveaway post on Facebook, and write a comment about why you love teaching. The contest runs from 12:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) on Sunday, May 3rd to 12:00 p.m. (PDT) on Wednesday, May 6th. Three winners will be selected at random to receive a complete set of the Super Simple Songs CD collection, seven CDs in all. Continue reading →
Update: The contest is now closed. We had a great time meeting friends from around the world! Thank you for participating.
To celebrate the release of the Super Simple Songs – Animals DVD on March 17th, we’re giving away one copy of the new DVD every day for 12 days!
To enter, look for the image from our Resource Center, posted daily on the Super Simple Learning Facebook page at 3:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time (PST). Identify the resource and write the name of the resource, or the URL of the page, in the comments.
At 10:00 a.m. PST the next day, we’ll close the entries and randomly select one winner from all of the comments received. Incorrect comments are still entered to win. Winners will be announced on our Facebook page at 11:00 a.m. PST. Also, see below for a complete list of winners.
Winners will be sent a copy of the brand new Super Simple Songs – Animals DVD.
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I’ve had the opportunity to observe some great teachers of young learners over the years, and one little device that all of them used to some degree is feigning ignorance. It might be holding a potato and saying, “Mmm…I love apples.” Or in a delightfully silly way, forgetting the names of all the students. Or in the middle of a storybook saying, “The End” and closing the book and asking, “Wasn’t that a great story?”
Besides just appealing to the children’s growing appreciation of the humor of the unexpected and incongruous, it encourages children to speak up and share their knowledge Continue reading →