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TestingMom.com Launches Partnership With Aristotle Circle Selling Workbooks!
posted by Karen Quinn, The Testing Mom - September 11th, 2011
TestingMom.com is pleased to announce our partnership with Aristotle Circle in offering Aristotle Circle test preparation workbooks on the TestingMom.com store. Aristotle Circle publishes test preparation workbooks for the ERB test, WPPSI test (Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence), Stanford-Binet test and WISC test. They also publish workbooks for the OLSAT test which is given to children as young as 4 years old for admission into the New York City gifted and talented program.
While many parents are extremely comfortable doing practice questions on line with TestingMom.com, some want to use other tools such as workbooks and that’s where Aristotle Circle fits the bill.
Karen Quinn, the Testing Mom and co-founder of TestingMom.com, said “Aristotle Circle makes their workbooks fun, filling them with mischievous aliens getting into all kinds of trouble on their various pages. We are always recommending Aristotle Circle workbooks to our members who want workbooks for test prep and that is why we now sell their products on our site.”
Michael McCurdy, co-founder of TestingMom.com and NYC gifted and talented parent expert, said “I’ve personally reviewed practically all test prep workbooks available and most are produced using very cheap paper with tacky clipart and as engaging as an IRS tax form. Aristotle Circle uses thick paper and colorful, original artwork that engages children. This is important while preparing a child for testing.”
About Testing Mom: Testing Mom, LLC is an online-based membership service for parents seeking prep materials and expert guidance on Gifted and Talented admissions. The company was founded last year by Karen Quinn, author of the New York Times Bestselling The Ivy Chronicles and Testing for Kindergarten and inventor of IQ Fun Park: Test Prep Disguised as a Game, and Michael McCurdy, one of the most popular “daddy bloggers” in New York City with his New York City Gifted and Talented Blog.