Momo’s Special Toys
Momos Special Toys is Holding Toy Fairs at Local Preschools
Marietta, Georgia (August, 21, 2012) – All parents and children love book fairs because they are fun, convenient and accessible. Why shouldn’t it be the same for toys? That is why Momo’s Special Toys is now holding toy fairs for preschools that will benefit both preschool parents and the host preschools. Like book fairs, Momo’s toy fairs aim to provide parents, preschools, and of course, children, with a convenient and hands-on approach in selecting purposeful and fun toys.
Momo’s was established in 2010 by a mother who found it difficult to be an advocate for her special needs toddler. Constantly having to wrestle with psychologists and insurance companies, the founder made it her mission to make the lives of other mothers in similar situations less frustrating. Momo’s achieves this by providing toys chosen by former experienced preschool teachers who know what will best fit your child’s educational and creative needs.
By coming to preschools, Momo’s makes it convenient for parents (and children) to try out toys and see for themselves which toys would be most suitable for their children. At the same time, Momo’s empowers parents to become aware of what needs their child might have and which toys will be most beneficial for them. During toy fairs, consultants from Momo’s will be available to answer questions and give information about the toys.
Momo’s toy fairs also seek to benefit the host preschool. They are convenient because select toys are brought directly to the schools. All displays and advertisement materials will be provided by Momo’s so that minimal work is done by the preschool. Further, by hosting a toy fair, the preschool will receive 20% of the proceeds (before taxes) and have the option of spending the proceeds at Momo’s to receive an extra 10% off. Since Momo’s toys come from a range of reputable educational toy providers such as Usborne, Melissa&Doug, and Educo, preschools can greatly benefit from the selection of toys available at Momo’s.
Momo’s mission is to help parents choose toys that have a meaningful purpose. All of Momo’s toys target an area of childhood development. They have been tried and approved by speech pathologists, occupational therapists, preschool teachers and mothers of special needs children. Momo’s toy fairs will connect students with toys they want to play with and help raise funds for schools. For more information, contact Melissa Henry: 888-534-1999.