Monday, December 13, 2010

Giveaway - Zodiworks Book and Story Bag

Zodiworks

Zodiworks publishes early reader books that were designed to meet a need for the Montessori classroom - books with entertaining stories, easily decodable vocabulary, and that looked like books so children would feel like they were really reading. With beautiful artwork by co-founder Jenn Howard, aka Montessori Mama, Zodibooks appeals to children, and their parents.

With Zodibooks, children have more than just books to read, they have books to play with. Each book has a companion story bag of the key objects in the book, so the child can act out each story. Each bag also contains word cards for every word in the book (including punctuation) so children can reproduce any page, match words to objects, create their own sentences, or other activities with the book and objects.

What comes in the Zodiworks Sam Series 1 Box

Check out this video which shows exactly how Zodibooks helps children learn to read through the variety of tools that come with the books.



Co-founder Robin Jettinghoff is a personal friend in real life.  She is also seeking funding through PeerBackers to publish the next set of books.

*** If you'd like win a Zodiworks book and story bag, visit Zodiworks books and leave a comment below with your choice of book.  The accompanying story bags can be seen at the Zodiworks store.  Please include your email address in your comment. ***

For extra entries, promote this contest by tweet, blog post, StumbleUpon or other social media and leave a separate comment for each with the URL or username. Up to five entries per person.

This giveaway ends December 24, 2010 at 11pm EST and is open to US and Canadian residents.

7 comments:

Amy Robbins-Wilson said...

This looks fabulous! I love the combination of ways to learn. Go Zodiworks! I am sharing this on Facebook!

Danielle said...

Fun Giveaway!
Choose? I want them all! =)
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Good Job guys!

Danelle said...

Oh what a wonderful idea. I too would like all of them and am having a hard time choosing but I know my little one would enjoy "Liz has to go to bed"

danellejohns at gmail dot com

Pam said...

I'm torn between Liz has to Go to Bed and Fox in a Fix.....

melacan at hotmail dot com

Jenn Miyamoto said...

My choice of book would be SAM. It'd probably be best to start at the beginning for my 3 year old.
Jenn
jaikok(at)yahoo(dot)com

edmontonjb said...

I think my son would like Fox in a Fix best

dftrew(at)gmail(dot)com

Angela said...

Congratulations Danelle, you are the winner!