The School Zone Introduces Little Scholar Tablet for Kids

SCHOOL ZONE PUBLISHING UNVEILS

 ‘SCHOOL ZONE LITTLE SCHOLAR’

little scholar

THE ONLY EARLY LEARNING TABLET TO INCLUDE A NEW ORIGINAL EDUCATIONAL KIDS VIDEO SERIES

Exclusive Content Includes “Charlie and Company” Program Series, Along With 150 Educational Apps, Songs, & More From Leading Children’s Educational Publishing Company           

The School Zone Little Scholar will offer an enriched interactive experience with pre-loaded features, including the world premiere of  “Charlie and Company”a live action/animated early learning-based series developed by School Zone and with original music from Brian Vander Ark of the acclaimed band The Verve Pipe. There are also 45 educational apps based on core early learning concepts and skills; 87 fun and upbeat children’s sing-a-long songs; and 45 learn-to-read children’s e-books.

The content has been exclusively developed to provided children in pre-school through first grade with a safe and easy-to-use platform to explore and enjoy learning skills that are critical to their educational development.  Other tablet features include large buttons and easy navigation, a front- and rear-facing camera, and an A+ app that allows parents to track time and progress.

WHERE:        http://www.schoolzone.com/little-scholar

WHEN:           Pre-order availability begins 10/16.

COST:               Priced at $199.00 with a 100% money back guarantee

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  1. I absolutely love this product. By far, my favorite option is the A+ Report Card. I’m not only able to see how my daughter is using the tablet, but how she’s performing in each category. Brilliant!

    She loves Charlie and Company and Clickity Clack Alphabet. There are so many upsides to this tablet. It’s hard to find a criticism. Thanks for such a quality educational tool that keeps her entertained!
    Todd

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