Award winning women entrepreneurs launch new site to help parents and teachers
November 15, 2011 | Kiboomu.com, created by award-winning entrepreneurs Wendy Wiseman and Sherry Segal, recently launched their new website to help parents and teachers.
Within a few months of launching their initial site, Kiboomu.com established itself as a top resource for early childhood, education, craft and recipe ideas, learning apps for children, songs for kids and more. Wendy and Sherry decided to re-model their website in order to better meet the needs of their fast-growing audience.
Kiboomu.com now provides thousands of craft and recipe ideas (new posts are added daily), song lyrics, apps for children, printouts galore, multi-lingual printouts / songs and much more.
In addition, teachers, parents, grandparents, home-schoolers, nannies and librarians can purchase annual music subscriptions for $10 (50 song downloads) or $24 (unlimited downloads). Kiboomu hopes to assist teachers and parents by offering affordable music for their homes and classrooms. Songs range from theme-based (ABC’s, 123’s, country western, French, Spanish, etc) to holiday related and faith-oriented; with everything in between!
For more details stop by www.Kiboomu.com
Kiboomu was officially launched in January 2010. Kiboomu is a Montreal-based development company that specializes in creating award-winning children’s music for mobile apps and album downloads that promote learning through music and fun! They also create and produce all the crafts & printables on their blog, Kiboomu.com. Their creativity has been acknowledged on The Marilyn Denis Show, twice on the A-Ottawa Show, HuffingtonPost.com, TwitterMoms.com, Canada.com, Babble.com & in the Montreal Gazette, iPhone Life Magazine, Vancouver Sun, Montreal Families and Regina Leader-Post.
Feelings can be messy, Kimochis® can help!
September 16, 2011 – California – Parents and Educators spend a lot of time preparing for Back to School. In an effort to support all of the hard work that continues once kids are back in school, Plushy Feely Corp, creators of Kimochis® has developed a social and emotional program to guide parents and teachers when they find themselves a bit frazzled during the school year. Feelings can be messy, Kimochis® can help!
Kimochi (KEY-MO-CHEE) means “feeling” in Japanese. Kimochis…Toys With Feelings Inside® enable parents, teachers and children to discuss feelings – in a fun, safe, and engaging environment using play-based learning.
Parents can spur conversation by having a bowl of feelings on the dinner table. Each family member can pick a feeling that best describes their day! This easy, playful connection is a great way for parents to find out what their children are faced with at home or in school and helps them predict and practice for life’s challenging moments.
Educator’s can bring Kimochis® to their classroom with the Kimochis® Educator’s Tool Kit. Get to know CLOUD, BUG, HUGGTOPUS, CAT, LOVEY DOVE, BELLA ROSE and CLOVER — Each Kimochis® character can help children recognize feelings and behaviors, teaching patience and tolerance. And, with fun activities to practice tone of voice, body language, and appropriate words, Kimochis® will help children learn techniques for communicating and handling life’s challenging moments with confidence and character.
These loveable plush toys are embraced by kids around the world, and are designed to help children build positive social skills. When kids can identify and express their feelings and can comminicate effectively, they perform better academically and in all aspects of life. Kimochis® are an educational tool that fosters emotional intelligence and self esteem and are created for use both at home and in schools.
Kimochis® retail for $16.99 and $24.99. Mixed Feelings retail for $11.99 and $19.99. The Educator’s Tool Kit (intended for school and classroom use) retails for $350.
Further information may be found at the Kimochis website: www.Kimochis.com
Contact: Susan Schroeder | firstname.lastname@example.org | 415.454.4600
Through educational toys, books and animated entertainment, Plushy Feely Corp., creators of Kimochis Toys with Feelings Inside®, is focused on strengthening parent‐child connections and building self‐esteem, confidence, and emotional intelligence in children.
To learn more, visit www.kimochis.com
As seen on/in: Regis and Kelly, Parenting Magazine, Disney Family Fun, Mothering Magazine, TIME for kids, People and more.
For Immediate Release
Kiboomu Launches The First Ever Kids Full Music Album And Activities App For Early Learners
June 14, 2011 – Montreal, Quebec – Kiboomu is proud to announce their newest iPad app: First Words Sing & Learn. This educational app includes a Full Kids Music Album of 18 Songs, 18 Puzzles and 18 Coloring Pages.
First Words Sing & Learn is a great “stepping stone” app for early learners. Users will learn words, letters, numbers, colors and shapes, body parts, food, days of the week and more. The app features a full kid’s music album of 18 sing-along songs, 18 puzzles and 18 coloring pages!
The award-winning songs include: Hello, Old MacDonald, Three Little Fishies, B-I-N-G-O, Apples and Bananas, The Ants Go Marching, Head & Shoulders, Colors, Shapes, On Top of My Pizza, 5 Little Monkeys, This is The Way We Go To School, The Wheels On The Bus, Alphabet Song, 6 Little Ducks, If You Know All The Seasons, Days Of The Week, and Goodbye.
All songs are performed by “The Kiboomers”: platinum selling award-winning
singer/songwriters Wendy Wiseman, Sara Diamond & Christopher Pennington.
Kiboomu has been featured in/on CTV, The Montreal Gazette, Vancouver Sun, Edmonton
Journal, Huffington Post, iPhone Life Magazine, Canada.com, Babble.com, iLounge and more.
The app sells for $2.99. Reviews are available upon request.
Kiboomu was officially launched in January 2010. Kiboomu is a Montreal-based development company that specializes in award-winning children’s music for mobile apps and album downloads that promote learning through music and fun. Kiboomu is owned and operated by Wendy Wiseman (an award-winning entrepreneur and singer/songwriter) and Sherry Segal (a former teacher and award-winning book publisher).