HAMILTON, N.J., Nov. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- "A-B-C. 1-2-3. This is what I want Santa to put under my tree." Make your family's holiday memories extra special this year with a personalized, educational Santa Wish Book that your children make themselves. With this easy-to-use cut-and-paste activity book, your children can practice their cutting, pasting and writing skills while creating their very own Christmas Wish List for Santa.
Designed for children ages 3 and up to learn and improve their writing skills, this charming, interactive children's book will reinforce your child's number and letter lessons, and give them a fun holiday activity to enjoy with family and friends.
In three simple steps, children can make a colorful Christmas wish list, perfect for sharing with Santa. Here's how it works:
1. Children cut out pictures of toys and gifts from catalogs.
2. They glue or tape those pictures into the boxes on each page of the Santa Wish Book.
3. They write the name of each gift on the lined paper in the wish book.
Once your children have completed their Santa Wish Books, they can take them to show Santa or leave them out for the jolly old elf on Christmas Eve.
Created by DMO Development, LLC, each Santa Wish Book is a full-color, 8.5 x 11", 24-page, soft cover activity book. The Santa Wish Books are available for $5.95 each, or with a glue stick, crayons and scissors for $8.95 each. Santa Wish Books are also available for resellers in a 50-book pack for $150. Shipping is free on orders of $30 or more. Order online at SantaWishBook.com or call 1-800-901-5922 to order Santa Wish Books now.
About DMO Development, LLC
DMO Development, LLC is a full-service web development, graphics and design agency, that offers complete technology consulting services for small businesses. Its owners created the Santa Wish Book to help their son Jake learn how to write and practice his numbers and letters. Jake would cut out pictures of toys he wanted out of catalogs and write their names on his wish list for Santa. The fun activity book was such a hit in Jake's family that his parents decided to share their idea with others by creating an official version of the Santa Wish Book this year.
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