Through their company, Rock N Go, Williamston moms Cheryl Miller and Heather Lewis have created a fun, effective way to continue their children’s education while shuttling them around town.
According to excerpts from the article:
The Williamston moms came up with their own alternative, starting Rock N Go LLC three years ago. Together, they have produced a line of educational music CDs that encompass such musical genres as punk, blues and reggae that come with workbooks and materials for kids to enjoy in the car.
The CD packages have covered counting, addition, subtraction, drawing and watercolor painting. And they've caught the attention of the National Parenting Center in Woodland Hills, Calif., which has given the "So Skip Counting" CD and workbook kit its 2009 Seal of Approval.
Miller and Lewis recently received Henderson, Nev.-based Creative Child magazine's Seal of Excellence award for 2009.
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