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Let’s Go Chipper!™ Eco-Educational App Releases New Episode to iTunes Nature-Inspired Children’s Series Excites Curiosity and Mindfulness

Corte Madera, CA, January 10, 2011 --(PR.com)-- With snow storms and winter weather keeping many families indoors - summer and outdoor activities seem unimaginable. So for parents looking for a guilt-free break to help entertain their children Bay Area based, IAGmedia, announces today the release of – Sally the Salmon – its second App episode in its award-winning eco-educational series Let’s Go Chipper!™ Into the Great Outdoors.

Sally the Salmon is an eco-educational adventure taking Chipper, a curious city squirrel, below the surface to experience the life of a salmon. Chipper and his friends travel from fresh water to salt water and back again playfully learning about habitats, salmon and underwater life, recycling, and the importance of keeping our waterways clean.

The animated episode is based on the published book “Out to Sea with Sally,” and features a “What Did We Learn?” section to help reinforce the message. Additionally, the APP includes bonus coloring pages to offer children extra activities and excite conversation about exploring the great outdoors as a family.

“Sally the Salmon is an eco-educational adventure inspiring respect for nature in young children,” says creator Stephanie Rach. “Our goal is to playfully connect children, in a variety of ways, so they will ask their parents to go on walks, hikes, or camping trips.” For teachers the story is correlated meeting national academic standards in science, social skills, and arts & literature.

Created and produced by Bay Area based IAGmedia, a conscientious family-lifestyle media company, the series is also available as physical books, DVDs and products via the Let’s Go Chipper website. The Company environmentally packages its products and manufactures almost entirely in the USA using FSC certified papers and soy based inks. Additionally, a portion of proceeds directly support educational and scholarship programs that connect children with nature-based experiences.

IAGmedia will release five additional episodes by March and will launch its summer Let’s Go Chipper tour beginning in April. Parents, teachers, and community leaders can become Chipper Ambassadors by contacting the company via its Let’s Go Chipper website or Facebook page.

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Contact Information:
IAGmedia, Inc.
Stephanie Rach-Wilson
415-927-2398
[email protected]
www.iagmedia.net

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