|By PR Newswire||
|December 31, 2012 07:41 AM EST||
MENLO PARK, Calif., Dec. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Mom Trusted, an online community bringing together parents with childcare providers and preschools, announced a new program giving preschool teachers free supplies each month in exchange for their project ideas and creations.
"It's fascinating how preschool teachers come up with so many wonderful projects with only a few simple supplies," said Angela Conley, Co-founder & President at Mom Trusted. "We wanted to help spark that creativity by sending them one supply for their classroom each month."
In addition to receiving the free supplies, the teachers can win bigger prizes for their classroom by having the most creative activity or project for the month. Prizes are said to range from books to classroom furnishings to an iPad or laptop. Mom Trusted is doing all this with the hope of enriching early childhood classrooms and supply teachers with the tools they need to give their children the best preschool learning experience possible.
If you are a preschool teacher in the US, apply for the program here: http://earlylearning.momtrusted.com/free-preschool-supplies-program/ If you have a child in preschool, be sure to send this link to your preschool teacher to give them more resources to help your child learn, grow, and succeed in their classroom.
About Mom Trusted
Mom Trusted (www.momtrusted.com) is a community of parents and early education & child care providers. We help parents find education and care trusted by their friends. Parents can research providers, get the inside scoop from current and alumni parents, and see which providers are recommended by their friends network. Using Mom Trusted Connect, enrolled parents and their providers stay connected and can share the great moments that happen every day with private photo sharing, classroom discussions, and announcements.
For more information, please visit our website at www.MomTrusted.com. Also, we love people to "like" us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/momtrusted) and follow us on Pinterest (www.pinterest.com/momtrusted).
SOURCE Mom Trusted