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Creative Child Magazine Holds 14th Annual Awards Program

by Jennifer McLaughlin on May 18th, 2016

 

Henderson, NV – May 17, 2016 – Creative Child Magazine, published by Scooterbay Publishing, Inc., will host its 14th Annual awards program on May 19, 2016.

“The awards program has a mission to honor the very best in toys, games and youth entertainment products,” said Alisa Mirabal, Chief Operating Officer at Scooterbay Publishing. “Winning a Creative Child Award illustrates the manufacturers’ creativity, skill, and dedication to their craft and serves as a testament to great production.”

Each year, over 50 moms and early education professionals are invited to review the latest and greatest products submitted by manufacturers. Unlike other review programs, moms are asked to evaluate each product thoroughly; allowing every product to receive multiple reviews. Entries are evaluated to recognize distinction and are judged against a high standard of merit in their category of entry- entries do not compete against each other.

This year’s awards program received nearly 600 product entries from over 250 companies. Based on the scores and comments from reviewers, products are then determined to be finalists for DVD, CD, Book, Game and Toy of the Year. Only one product per category can win, to uphold the historical standard of excellence that Creative Child represents. The remaining finalists may receive a prestigious Preferred Choice award or the Seal of Excellence based on their ability to exceed expectations for nurturing creativity and education in children.

“This game will definitely stimulate your mind. Easy way to have fun and teach your kids about money planning at the same time,” Gina M. stated when reviewing the Game of the Year in last years program.

For a complete list of 2015 winners visit Awards.Creativechild.com. To view the 2016 winners scheduled to be announced in June subscribe to Creative Child digital magazine at CreativeChild.com. 

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Jennifer is a former special education teacher and mentor. She obtained her bachelor's degree at Kent State University in Ohio. She enjoys dancing, reading and spending time training her dog, BrunoMars. 

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