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Excelligence Learning Corporation Acquires Abrams Pre-K Curriculum and the Letter People
FREMONT, CA: Excelligence Learning Corporation, a manufacturer of educational tools and solutions for teachers and parents with children in kindergarten or elementary school, has amassed the Letter People and the DIG pre-kindergarten curriculum from Abrams Learning Trends. The Abrams products will be merged into Frog Street Press, a subsidiary firm of Excelligence that provides comprehensive early childhood education solutions for children below five years to public schools, Early Start programs, and child-care centers.
The group of companies believes that the early childhood set of products from Abrams Learning Trends are similar and complete the company’s curriculum portfolio. The acquired company scales up to the Frog Street division and creates increased standardization for Excelligence.
The Frog Street press is ecstatic about the new additions from the DIG curriculum and the letter people to their suite of products. The letter people have been pioneers in early childhood product line arena since decades, and the DIG modules are complementary to Frog Street’s current product choices available.
The firm Abrams has expressed that Frog Street will continue its strong presence in the field of kindergarten. The DIG and the Letter people would make a compatible combination for the Abrams products. The firm supports the curriculum of Excelligence and its educational space in the field of early childhood.
The Excelligence group of companies, which include Frog Street, newly acquired Abrams learning trends, and The Letter people believes that early childhood is a period of incubation. The children have so much to learn with a very less period. Hence, the companies conglomeration have owed to make the child’s early childhood and kindergarten learning joyous and purposeful with their line of products and services. The coalition of these companies has become a significant benefactor to the field of educational tools and teaching solutions.
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