Rachel and the TreeSchoolers

4 Signs That Educational TV Is Totally Dead

This is an excerpt from an article published at cracked.com. Please note that this is not a family-friendly site. Click through to the site and this article at your own discretion.    4 Signs That Educational TV Is Totally Dead By David Christopher Bell, August 12, 2013 It’s hard to believe now, but there was a brief moment in history when the idea of “educational television” was a godsend for a world being sullied by the two-headed demon temptress of MTV and Skinemax. Yes, back in the early years of cable, there were entire channels devoted to educating the masses: …

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Cool new add-ons for your Kickstarter pledge!

ADD-ONs: a simple way to get more!   If you have already made a pledge to support our Rachel & The TreeSchoolers campaign on Kickstarter, there’s something new for you: Add-ons. Check out the list below. Choose the one(s) you like best. Yes, you can choose ALL of them if you’d like! Add them up and adjust the dollar amount of your pledge accordingly. Add-ons are only available to those who have already selected a reward. If you have pledged, you don’t have to choose a different Reward to be eligible for add-ons. When the campaign ends, you will get a …

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TreeSchoolers on the News!

Rachel Coleman and her brother, Aaron de Azevedo, were recently invited to KSL, the Salt Lake NBC affiliate station. They talk about why they are creating Rachel & The TreeSchoolers and how you can join Signing Time families to fund new episodes. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zzQB5kaTWA8?list=UUwl5RE0vM0sBVQzRvM965fw]   Signing Time Families are funding new episodes through Kickstarter!   Parents like you are pledging every minute! Click here for up-to-date information. See the captioned Kickstarter video here.

Want us to produce more shows? 5 ways you can make that happen.

5 Easy Ways To Share Rachel & The Treeschoolers  YOU, our Signing Time Families, are creating new episodes of Rachel & The TreeSchoolers. Well, we’ll film the videos, but right now, you are the ones telling us how many episodes to make. If you haven’t joined the campaign yet, check it out at http://bit.ly/treeschoolers. You can help us kick our Kickstarter campaign into high gear by telling the families you know about our newest video series (the one deemed “too educational for children’s television”by TV execs). Here are 5 ways you can help spread the word.  – Rachel   1. LIKE these …

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Hang out with Rachel! Have dinner or coffee together

Rachel Coleman is traveling to Colorado, Arizona, Massachusetts, and California for a handful of once-in-a-lifetime events created for Signing Time Families like yours. You can hang out with Rachel and have coffee together. Or you can attend a pizza party with her and a small group of Signing Time Families! She’s coming to town just for these private events and they are only offered through our Rachel & The TreeSchoolers Kickstarter campaign – see details below. Openings are limited, so pledge today!   Attend a Pizza Party with Rachel By pledging $350 and selecting one of the Kickstarter rewards listed …

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Up Close With Rachel! All-Request Concert in Salt Lake City, Utah

  Up-Close with Rachel Coleman is an exclusive Signing Time Concert where you pick the songs.  Limited to only 100 seats, in an intimate venue you will be “up-close” to Rachel, Alex, Leah and Hopkins. This event is being offered through our Kickstarter campaign for Rachel and the TreeSchoolers.       Pledge: $200 Date: Saturday, August 31, 2013 Time: Morning/Afternoon   Your pledge gets you a Reward Package, which includes: Four (4) Up-Close Concert Tickets Meet the cast of Signing Time! Get autographs and take pictures at a special meet and greet. Plus you’ll get: All 3 Rachel & The TreeSchoolers DVDs+CDs …

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Letter from Rachel Coleman: Have we made a difference for you?

Dear Friend, Here at Two Little Hands, we have been told by TV executives that our newest shows are too educational for television. I don’t think our shows teach too much – I think most TV shows teach too little. So, we’ve decided to take our new show, Rachel & The TreeSchoolers, directly to you through the crowd-funding site Kickstarter! What is Kickstarter?

TreeSchoolers Activity Guide for Teachers

Rachel and the TreeSchoolers is a new preschool program from the makers of Signing Time. In Episode 1: A Rainy Day, Rachel Coleman and her TreeSchooler friends explore weather concepts, play a matching game, learn about rhyming, and talk about how to be kind to others. TreeSchoolers actively involves children in learning through music, movement and fun. The series is based on a complete preschool curriculum and includes all of the things children love about Signing Time: host Rachel Coleman, catchy songs, fun animation – and signing, of course! Bring TreeSchoolers into your classroom with the free Activity Guide for Teachers, which includes: Fun and Easy Learning …

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Rachel and the TreeSchoolers: Learning HOW to Learn!

Rachel and the TreeSchoolers is a new educational series for preschoolers from the makers of Signing Time, Baby Signing Time and Potty Time. Like the shows that came before it, Rachel and the TreeSchoolers actively involves children in learning  through music, movement and fun. What makes this show different from other preschool programming is that is is based on a comprehensive curriculum that covers all of the major academic areas such as language, math and science – as well as important socials skills. This systematic approach goes beyond presenting and reviewing information. The show is actually designed to help children …

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Rachel and the TreeSchoolers Activity Guide for Parents

Rachel and the TreeSchoolers is a show for preschoolers from the makers of Signing Time. Episode 1: A Rainy Day, teaches important concepts related to weather. Rachel Coleman and her TreeSchooler friends teach Abacus Finch that things like lightning and thunder aren’t as frightening if you learn to understand them. Rachel and the TreeSchoolers actively involves your child in learning through music, movement and fun. Now you can help extend your child’s TreeSchoolers learning experience at home with the TreeSchoolers “A Rainy Day” Activity Guide for Parents, which includes: Four main language and literacy activities Lots of follow-up activity suggestions My Rainy Day Book Template …

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