Smarter Toddler’s First TV Commercial Features a Unique Science Art Project
Smarter Toddler’s First TV Ad Features a Unique Color Experiment Which Combines Art and Science.
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 13, 2011
Smarter Toddler’s first TV Ad was filmed at the New York City mid-town school location. In the 30 second spot, some of the children are seen experimenting with color using eye droppers and magnifying glasses to discover the changes that occur when primary colors are blended together.
“Smarter Toddler’s teachers are some of the best teachers in New York City,” said Jessica Collins, spokesperson for Smarter Toddler Schools. “Science can be difficult for young children to understand, but Smarter Toddler teachers know that combining science with art makes it not only easier for the children to understand but also makes it more fun.”
About Smarter Toddler:
Smarter Toddler Nursery and Preschool is a premier arts-based early childhood brand founded in New York City. Smarter Toddler accepts students from 3 months to 6 years old for an all day or part day program. The first school began in 2003 by parents of gifted toddlers who wanted a progressive preschool with an advanced art and music focused curriculum from which their own children could benefit. It has been proven that a child’s brain is like a dry sponge capable of absorbing knowledge at a much faster rate than an adult’s. As a result, at Smarter Toddler, you’re never too young to begin learning. Smarter Toddler has often been called the “first designer daycare” because of the unique art and antiques that decorate the centers.
For more information or to see the ad log on to http://www.SmarterToddler.net
About The Smarter Toddler Schools Franchise Program:
In 2011 Smarter Toddler began a Franchise Program for entrepreneurs who want to open their own Smarter Toddler Center. With a waiting list that averages 15 months, there is high demand for Smarter Toddler’s unique service. New Smarter Toddler locations are currently in development for North America, Europe and Asia.
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