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Snapatoonies DVD series wins the 2012 Creative Child Media of the Year Award.
Snapatoonies has won Media of the Year in the prestigious Creative Child Magazine Awards for 2012. The Media of the Year Award is especially well regarded as it is judged by an expert panel of parents and early childhood development educators.
By: Jordle Productions
The Creative Child Magazine's Awards Program is unique in that all products submitted are reviewed by mums, music educators and early education professionals. Products are not reviewed by any one person – instead they are reviewed by many people.
Each year, a 2-day event is held in Henderson, Nevada where over a hundred guest reviewers are invited to attend our organized review event at the local convention center. All products are divided into categories and displayed at various review stations. Guest reviewers are asked to sit and review each product at one station and then move to another station and so forth and so on. This allows for each product to be given multiple reviews.
Lee Brighton, Creator, Writer and Executive Producer for Snapatoonies said, “We were absolutely ecstatic to win the Media of the Year award from all the wonderful folks at Creative Child. We know that this award is judged by parents and early childhood development educators so it is a very special award for us to win. To be their winner for media of the year really shows how valuable they consider the show to be for young children. We are very excited indeed.”
Snapatoonies is an entertaining animation show for toddlers and preschoolers, providing them a discovery journey with a range of clever characters and fun learning. The show engages the children and its interactive nature has them shouting out the answers with the cute onscreen Snapatoonies kids.
“This is a big year for Snapatoonies with Series One complete and production on Series Two well underway. We are about to launch our DVD series in Australia and sales are picking up in the United States and Canada with a strong following of parents and children in both countries”, said Brighton.
As research continues to show that young children are watching two or more hours of TV every day, Snapatoonies is providing the quality of discovery learning to give kids a head start in life.
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