As a kid, I always woke up early on Sunday mornings to watch 3 hours of back to back Sesame Street episodes on our local PBS affiliate. As a teacher, I taught PBS TeacherLine online professional development courses for educators, worked as the Community Manager for PBS Teachers in a role that connected me to the education division as I managed an online community that grew from 9,000 to 85,000 members. As a parent, blogger, and social media enthusiast, I’m excited to join the PBS KIDS VIP program.
I’ve always been a fan of PBS because of the quality educational products that they consistently produce. From age appropriate programming for kids presented through likeable characters that children want to learn from, interactive age appropriate web content, engaging apps, fabulous free resources for teachers, video content for home and classrooms alike, and now books, games, and plus characters that correspond with shows, PBS is even more of a part of our lives now than when I was a child.
On Thursday, March 1, the PBS KIDS Shop is launching a Birthday Party Builder Tool to make character themed party planning easy. Parents can shop by character for tableware, party banners, clothing, gifts, and more for the young fans in their homes. The Party Builder offers customized recommendations based on the number of guests and exclusive, personalized products featuring your child’s favorite characters, including the Cat in the Hat. Get 10% off on The Cat in the Hat items with the code CELEBRATE.
- Does your child like The Cat in the Hat? Leave the name of your child’s favorite Cat in the Hat character from the show in your comment, (1 entry)
- Leave a comment sharing a past or current favorite PBS show. (1 entry)
- Share the link of something you would purchase in the PBS KIDS Shop. 10% off (1 entry)
- Tweet this daily until Friday, March 9: @TechSavvyMama has a @PBSKids prize pack #giveaway 2 celebrate The Cat in the Hat-a-Thon & Dr. Seuss bday: http://www.TechSavvyMama.com #cithathon (1 entry/day)
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