The Microcosmic Universe: A New World of Learning and Fun
Education is often seen as the best way to ensure a child’s future; this is what prompts parents and caregivers to get their children into the best schools and most promising extra-curricular activities. Newer standards (like the Common Core) push students to develop their thinking and reasoning abilities. Educators have been trying to find effective approaches to learning, which sometimes translates into worksheets or memorization drills. But the best way to really get kids to learn something is to make it fun and creative. Just a quick search on the Internet shows that most great educational products for children are geared for maximum fun and ingenuity.
Harvard grads Janny Baek and Thomas McMahon are all about being hands-on: for both their company and their customers. With production occurring in New York, MU kits are developed with quality materials (like earth-friendly soy-based inks, recycled packaging, and biodegradable plastics) sourced from the U.S.A. It’s easy to see why kids love The MU: the cool graphics and engaging activities are interwoven in each set. Adults will like the educational value — kids stretch their imaginations by creating varying storylines and reasoning through scenarios.
Another kit that ignites imaginations is the Aquamarine Series, which explores the mysterious world of the deep with kid-friendly heroes. The latest items to roll out of the NY studios are the Postcards from the Insect World A-Z. These sturdy cards inhabit the world where science and fun meet; each “postcard” is part of an engaging story and decorated with an MU insect design. Small children can learn about insects and the alphabet, while older kids will appreciate the ability to group the cards by story or scientific categories (like anatomy or methods of survival).
Help kids build important skills with the educational products from www.the-mu.com