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June 11, 2014

Rachel & the TreeSchoolers- Too Educational for TV?



















The problem is that only 1 in 8 kids shows is highly educational, and recent studies show that kids watch an average of 3-5 hours of TV a day. While my kids barely watch 30 minutes a day, I know many families who do. If they are going to spend all this time, shouldn't it have an educational aspect? This was Rachel's dilemma and why she decided to create the TreeSchoolers.

Rachel & the TreeSchools is different from other kids programming. It uses whole body learning with music, sight, singing, movement and even American Sign Language.



Check out the first three episodes here: Ep. 1: A Rainy Day Ep. 2: Plants & Flowers Ep. 3: Incredible Insects Ep 4: (preview) My Amazing Body

As of this moment, Rachel has raised nearly $115,000 of her $200,000 goal and she has 3 days to go (the kickstarter ends THIS Saturday, June 14 at 10:00 p.m. MST). 

If they don't reach full funding, these episodes will not come to fruition, so please pledge and help them reach their goal! Find out more and/or pledge here: http://kck.st/1kiEkps

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