by Alex McFadyen November 17, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
No more boring chocolates, countdown to Christmas with 7 STEAM learning kits and upcycle the sturdy designer box as toy storage.
HONG KONG – November 15, 2016 –
Imagine a child jumping off the bed every morning to rip open the right chocolate door of an advent calendar might end up at the dentist’s? To make the festive joy more enlightening, Moinàrchy has launched its Learning Kit Countdown Set - a collection of up to 7 STEAM focused learning kits awaits behind the magnetic windows for children to countdown to Christmas/ New Year/ any special day. For age 3-12. Early bird price from $388-$1160. Set details available on the Moinàrchy website: https://moinarchy.com/.
Each Countdown Set contains up to 7 age-appropriate activity kits to unwrap, colorful step-by-step guide for each kit and an exquisitely handcrafted designer case with multiple inner cabinets that can be upcycled. Why up to 7 kits? “We want to make enriching play experience available to all children at a budget that is comfortable for the parents. Thus we decided to make the exploratory-2-kits-set available as well”, says Manager of Moinàrchy, Alex McFadyen. “I tried Moinàrchy’s learning kits and love my play experience, where I can truly enjoy learning while playing”, said Bianca Chan (陳偲穎), a little TV actress in Hong Kong.
The initial stock of Countdown Set was once sold out on the first pre-sale day, Moinàrchy has restock the Set and is now back in stock. Happy unwrapping – until tomorrow.
Following a strong finish with Cyberport at the Oct Festival, Moinàrchy is scheduled to meet the crowd at Discovery Bay Christmas Market for one last time before 2016 ends. “Getting feedbacks from and chatting with our valued customers is one of the most inspirational things to do”, says co-founder of Moinàrchy, Natalie Lau.
About Moinàrchy (MIY): Moinàrchy offers play-based STEAM learning kits for young creators aged 2-18 internationally. With no travel hassle, Moinàrchy fosters children to learn proactively through playing at their own pace, achieve things off-screen, bond with parents, expand career awareness and enhance future competitiveness at early age.
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