Wisharoo Park Review and Giveaway (5 Winners)

Do you have a preschooler? If so, you need to check out Wisharoo Park. Wisharoo Park is, according to the website, “a multimedia edutainment series designed to help children ages 3-6 recognize and appreciate their own individuality. With its technology-based curriculum, Wisharoo Park helps children discover and understand their own personal strengths and in doing so, develop greater self-esteem and a positive self-image. Unique among hundreds of preschool programs, Wisharoo Park is specifically focused on teaching social skills and building self-esteem.”

Wisharoo Park’s website is full of fun for children and parents to do together. There are games to play, videos to watch, and activities to do offline. Some of my favorite activities are: “Quiet Monkey, Noisy Monkey” in which children learn about where they can be loud and where they need to be quiet and also the “Politeness Party” where children practice saying “please” and “thank you”.

There are also Wisharoo Park DVD’s. Jacob really enjoyed watching the ones we received for review. I like them because they teach social skills. As many of you know, my boys have sensory issues, and they are still learning what appropriate behavior in social settings looks like. I like that these episodes really focus on and model correct social behavior.

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GIVEAWAY:

2 Grand Prize winners will receive: a Wisharoo Park 2-disc DVD and 6 Wish Star finger puppet sets

3 Runner Up Prize winners will receive: 6 Wish Star finger puppets

HOW TO ENTER:

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Giveaway ends August 8, 2011 at 11:59pm Central time.

(Disclosure: I received items from Wisharoo Park to review. All thoughts are my own.)