Dick is the entrepreneur. Jane is a teacher.
(Sorry…we do not have a dog named, Spot)
We are real people with a real passion for education.
Our BIG IDEA was to put education on an animal cracker.
Today, our Educational Snacks are distributed nationally to thousands of schools & directly to thousands of homes.
It hasn’t been easy, but we made a lot of friends on this journey and we are grateful for each and every one… including YOU.
Thank you for your support & your enthusiasm for education. We are so glad you’re part of our story.
We can think of a million fun things to do when there is no homework. How do you stay active?
CLIMB A TREE is in our Fun & Fitness edition.
Our Presidents edition is very popular and in high demand for election day, inauguration day and Presidents Day in February.
Learn all of the Presidents by name and talk about what it means to be President of the United States.
Can you name all of the US Presidents in order?
Our bilingual English & Spanish edition features the numbers 1-10 plus 50 vocabulary words. Quite popular for Hispanic Heritage Month and Cinco de Mayo. Learning a new language can be fun whether it’s English or Spanish.
Do you know when Cinco de Mayo is?
Food & Nutrition is our “nutrition education” edition highlighting the nutritional benefits of the food we eat.
Start a conversation about the importance of a healthy diet.
We have a lot of schools serving Food & Nutrition for National School Lunch Week in October.
What is your favorite food?
Fun & Fitness promotes 60 different activities and exercise;
things you can do by yourself, with a friend, in a group or on a team like yoga, rock climbing, volleyball and football.
Fun & Fitness is ideal for National Physical Fitness & Sports Month in May and super fun for end of the year "field days".
What do you do to stay active?
Farmers Market highlights food from all 50 states including a lot of fresh fruits & vegetables like cherries from Michigan, corn from Nebraska and Jalapeno Peppers from Texas.
Perfect for celebrating Farm to School month in October and Earth Day in April.
What food grows near you?