Montessori Preschooling and Giveaway

June 17, 2019
Written by:
Courtney Newman

Enter the Montessori Preschool App Giveaway!

Children are sponges, aren’t they?  Parents know young kids absorb absolutely everything, good or bad.  This is why the preschool years are vital for helping give your child a strong foundation for school and learning in general.  This is one of the many reasons why so many preschool books, games, and activities focus on learning from the very start. It may be tempting to think your child is too young to make much of a difference, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth.

To that effect, summer is the perfect time to focus on preschool learning concepts with children.  The days are slower, longer, and the warmth helps us all feel a bit less stressed. That’s what makes this the perfect time for a preschool app giveaway!  We’ve partnered with Edoki Academy to give away yearly subscriptions for their engaging Montessori preschool app!

What is Edoki Academy?  

Edoki Academy is all about learning games and activities for preschoolers.  Their digital play approach is inspired by the Montessori method and their subscription service is a comprehensive online preschool.  Edoki’s goal is to deliver high-quality learning experiences available in multilingual formats. Their preschool app is one of the best for helping children learn to read, write, count, and so much more!  They have aligned their content with the Montessori teaching method and are supported by international team members. Edoki Academy is also venture backed by Elaia and ACG.

What is Edoki Academy Offering in their Giveaway?

For this giveaway, we have 5 yearly subscriptions available!  As a bonus, even if you don’t win one of the subscriptions, all entrants will receive 50% off a year-long subscription!  Everyone wins with this giveaway!!

Grab Your Chance today!

Courtney Newman

Courtney Newman is a homeschooled graduate with a love for writing. She is currently pursuing her undergraduate degree in Health Science at University of the People. Other than writing, her hobbies include reading, yoga, visiting the beach, and meditating. She lives with her husband and pets in coastal Virginia.