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Contact:
Carol Ford Eagan
VP - Early Childhood Merchandising
Email: ceagan@reallygoodstuff.com
Phone: 203-261-1920
Really Good Stuff
448 Pepper St. Monroe, CT 06468

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Early Math, Literacy, and Fine Motor Skills Impact Children’s School Readiness and Later Academic Achievement: Really Good Stuff Publishes Early Childhood Best Teaching Practices Whitepaper

MONROE, CT September 19, 2016 / PRWeb / -- Really Good Stuff, Inc., provider of high quality, affordable, innovative tools for teachers and childcare providers, today published a research summary in support of early education to achieve kindergarten readiness.

Researchers, policymakers, early childhood teachers, and parents believe that early education can provide young children with the skills they need to be ready for kindergarten and to succeed later in school.

The whitepaper details expert findings from the field of early childhood education regarding the types of skills that significantly impact a child’s school – or kindergarten – readiness, plus it investigates research-based best practices and explains how Really Good Stuff original school-readiness products support research-based instruction. This paper focuses specifically on the importance and impact of developing (1) math, (2) literacy, and (3) fine motor skills as a predictor for later kindergarten and school success.

Read the complete white paper to learn how you can implement best teaching practices and the essential skills preschool teachers need to support children in acquiring the skills they need to be ready for kindergarten and to succeed later in life.

"Really Good Stuff supports the research-based best teaching practices outlined in the paper through the use of Kindergarten Readiness Kits to meet specific classroom, school and district needs," said Carol Eagan, Vice President, Early Childhood, Really Good Stuff. “Really Good Stuff notably works side-by-side with educators to develop and market creative products for teachers that address a broad range of classroom needs. We are very proud of our newly developed, original language, math, and fine motor skills, school-readiness products that align with the research in the whitepaper.”

About Really Good Stuff, Inc.

Founded in 1992, Really Good Stuff, which is headquartered in Monroe, Connecticut, is a multi-channel marketer of innovative classroom products and teaching tools serving pre-K early childhood programs and preschools to the K-8th grade markets. In January 2016, Really Good Stuff was acquired by Excelligence Learning Corporation, a leading developer, manufacturer, distributor, and multi-channel retailer of over 20,000 educational products.

http://www.reallygoodstuff.com/about-us/a/our_company_about_us/

Contact: Carol Eagan, 203.261.1920, ext. 119 CEagan@reallygoodstuff.com

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