Chicago, IL, April 17, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Parents have been placing notes in their children’s lunchboxes for years. PenPal Notes: Educational Lunch Notes aims to modernize this concept of sharing good thoughts to help parents, children and teachers stay connected throughout the day.
PenPal Notes: Educational Lunch Notes makes its debut this spring in Chicago, IL. Developed by parent and business owner Rajeev Bahri, PenPal Notes are postcards that offer a fun, illustrated fact on the front, while the back features room for a personalized message from a parent, teacher or friend.
Meet Tej the Panda—Children go on learning adventures with the adorable panda, Tej as he travels back in time and around the world. On his adventures, Tej learns about different cultures, dinosaurs, true yet little-known animal facts, character-building proverbs, new food and much more.
During development of the product, it became apparent that giving children one fact at a time helped them retain information better. That's why each postcard series can be read continuously, like a book, or one card at a time. Depending on how they learn, parents can give children the whole candy bar, or one chocolate kiss at a time.
Here’s what one parent had to say about PenPal Notes: “As a working mom, I struggle to find ways to let my kids know when I'm not with them that they are always on my mind. My daughter is starting kindergarten this year. Having something special from Mommy in her lunchbox will help her feel loved and safe as she goes through this new change in her life.”
Charitable contributions—In honor of Autism Awareness Month, PenPal Notes sponsored the Knowledge for People Fundraiser on April 3rd at Joe’s Sports Bar, matching 100% of ticket proceeds and giving away product at the event.
For more information on PenPal Notes: Educational Lunchnotes visit www.penpalnotes.com or contact Rajeev Bahri at 312-423-6642.
About PenPal Notes: Educational Lunch Notes—PenPal Notes is a company dedicated to helping parents and children stay connected as they develop, learn, grow and build character.