Creative Child Award 2015 for Creative Play

Posted On: 2015-07-27 22:07:54 ;

We won Creative Child Award 2015

We were notified via email on June 2015 that we have won an award! Our winning entry is now on their website! For review, please click on the link here:

http://awards.creativechild.com/product/91-imo-the-hippo

Included are comments from the public:

5 Review Event Comments.

 

Very artistic!! I could see little ones having fun growing with this cute Hippo. 


Fun way to get the family together using their imaginations


I love how this toy can be used a variety of ways. A fun toy that a child can be creative and imaginative. Very cute that it can make animal silhouettes.


A unique twist on a lamp in your child's room. I think they'd like playing with it and being a part of creating the animal.


This is great for a child to take ownership of something they can make and then use in their room. Great creative activity that is useful when finished.

Creative Child Magazine's Awards Program is unique in that all products submitted are reviewed by parents, educators and professionals alike. Products are not reviewed by any one person. They are reviewed by many people-the very people who purchase them.

Creative Child Magazine is a national bi-monthly publication that provides parents with the latest information on how to nurture their child's creativity. With departments such as Kids at Play, Health and Safety, Discovering Creativity, Nurturing Talent and Tomorrow's Child - Investing for Your Child's Future Creative Child Magazine is essential and the most complete parenting publication for raising well-balanced children.

Creative Child Magazine's Awards Program is not a testing program that examines each product on how it adheres to safety for children. All reviews are strictly based on the opinions of parents and educators and not safety professionals. We recommend that if you have a concern regarding any of the products featured on our website or published in Creative Child Magazine please contact the Consumer Products Safety Commission.

So why did we invest our time in wanting to compete against other products?

We feel that this is an important step for us to discover if our designs and aspirations transferred in our products weighs a certain value that we initially trust would be good for the growing child.



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