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Super Why is showing February 2010 in Movie Theatres (US ONLY)

Two SUPER WHY episodes, Comic Book: Attack of the Eraser and The Big Game, will be in movie theaters on weekends in February as part of the Kidtoons program. Soar to new places in February with SUPER WHY, as Super Why, Princess Presto, Wonder Red, and Alpha Pig go on reading adventures like you’ve never… Read More »

Super Why soars into a new kind of book!

GET A “TASTE” OF READING WITH SUPER WHY! Hip Hip Hooray!  Super WHY whips up a whole new reading-powered adventure when the Super Readers soar into the pages of a cookbook for the very first time!  Super WHY and the Cookbook will premiere January 29 on PBS stations from coast to coast (check local listings).… Read More »

Girl Guides of Canada launches 2010 website

*News from Girl Guides of Canada* In 2010, Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada (GGC) is celebrating our 100th anniversary of giving girls the tools and resources they need to achieve greatness. To help you connect with all of our exciting 2010 activities, initiatives and events, we’ve launched a dynamic new website – http://2010.girlguides.ca. This… Read More »

Winning Techniques Camp – Scholarships Available

Just Passing Info Along… Twenty (20) $500.00 camp scholarships for various 2009 camp programs to be awarded to children who demonstrate a love for sport, contribute to their communities and excel academically. Winning Techniques Camp (15 minutes North of Huntsville, Ontario) wants to reward 20 children from various communities with a $500 camp scholarship. A… Read More »

Leapfrog’s New Web-Based Parent Resource (plus giveaway!)

Leapfrog Sets Benchmark For Learning Products With New Web-Based Parent ResourceThe LeapFrog Learning Path Allows Parents to Participate in Children’s Educational Progress TORONTO, ON – OCTOBER 28, 2008 – Parents now have a groundbreaking new way to connect with their plugged-in kids, with the arrival of a powerful online resource available today from LeapFrog, a… Read More »

Childhood Language Delays Go Unrecognized by Parents

One out of every twelve kids less than five years of age in Canada experiences a delay in language development. Yet a recent poll has revealed that 94% of Canadian parents of children under five rate their child’s language skills as average or above indicating that there is a potential to not recognize speech and… Read More »