Vote for your favorite math tip for kids and win with Zorbit’s Math Adventure

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Did you enter the Zorbit's Math Adventure contest I posted about last month?  If not, don't worry, because you can still win big just by helping to vote for the best tip.  Read on to find out more. 

But, first: want to know more about Zorbit’s Math Adventure? It's a new iOS app from Best Boy Entertainment for kids ages 3-5 that will be launching in mid-August, just in time for the start of school.  We all know that early childhood learning is so important for school success, and giving your child a fun and exciting way to learn the basics is the perfect way to help your child. 

But, if you're like me, you also have a ton of anxiety about the best ways to teach your kids so they retain the information and so it resonates with them, which is why I feel incredibly lucky that I am parenting in an era of learning aids you can use right from home.  Having games like Zorbit's Math Adventure that they kids can play with me on the iPad or iPhone is perfect because it allows us to take it with us, even during family vacations or when we're stuck in a waiting room somewhere.  

But, while we eagerly await the Zorbit's Math Adventure app release, we can keep busy by participating in their early learning contest.  They are now in the second phase of the contest, and will be awarding a $200 gift card, an iPad mini, or an iPad, which will be chosen by voting.  But, wait!  You can win just by helping choose the second round of winners!

Vote for the most creative idea
Every time you vote {which can be done once a day} you are entered into a random drawing for a $100 gift card. Three {3} winners will be chosen by random.  Deadline for voting in the Zorbit's Home Learning Ideas Contest is Friday, August 9, 2013

You can like Zorbit's Math Adventure on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest to stay in the loop and hear updates throughout the contest.  You can find out more about the new app release at
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