Baton Rouge, Louisiana, July 10, 2009 - - The ALPHABOTZ™ Superphonic Decoder Cards have received a prestigious 2009 Preferred Choice Award in the Educational Products category from Creative Child Magazine, a bi-monthly publication that provides parents with the latest information on how to nurture their child’s creativity.
This announcement was received with great excitement by the partners of Ideopolis LLC, a company that decided not to let the recession stop them from fulfilling their dream of bringing an innovative educational program for children ages three and up to market. The Superphonic Decoder Cards set is the first product developed and produced for the ALPHABOTZ, a brand originally created by a parent and teacher to personify sounds in the English language. Like a set of flash cards, only much more fun and creative, the cards inspire the imaginations of young children through engaging robot characters, and reinforce early reading skills, while encouraging children to associate fun with learning.
The unique feature about Creative Child Magazine’s Toy Awards Program is that the products submitted are not reviewed by any one person, but instead, are reviewed by many people, including moms, music educators, and early education professionals – the very people who purchase them. The announcement could not have come at a better time – immediately following the product launch for the cards.
This award is only the beginning of the bright future that lies ahead for the ALPHABOTZ brand, and the Superphonic Decoder Cards. For more information about ALPHABOTZ, or to purchase a set of Superphonic Decoder Cards ($19.95), please visit www.alphabotz.com.