An educational kit with Biscuit and Brown Sugar now available

Following the Biscuit et Cassonade series of books, the first educational kit based on the works of Caroline Munger is available, just in time to immerse teachers and their students in the Christmas spirit.

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Quebec, November 18, 2019 - Following the success of the Biscuit et Cassonade book series in schools, the first educational kit based on the fantastic works of Caroline Munger is now available, just in time to immerse teachers and their students in the Christmas spirit.

Designed for preschool and cycle one students, this Christmas themed kit provides teachers with all the tools they need to tackle reading, writing and other subjects and concepts included in the preschool and / or undergraduate curriculum. , while stimulating the imagination and creativity. It is a digital product developed in collaboration with experienced teachers, directly linked to the Québec school training program and in line with the Progression des apprentissages. 

The kit includes a teacher's guide, interactive reading activities, how-to videos, student materials, craft workshops and more! It is available exclusively in digital format on at a cost of 19.99$. 

“I am extremely proud to provide French-language schools with tools to stimulate creativity and apply learning in the classroom,” said Caroline Munger, creator of the series. “My relationship with teachers has changed enormously over the past few years. I am touched that Biscuit et Cassonade has inspired many of them to include them in their classes to awaken the knowledge and creativity of their students. For me, this kit represents a way to further support them in their teaching with literature. " 

About Biscuit et Cassonade
The Biscuit et Cassonade book series retraces the adventures and discoveries of two little sheep brothers. The series of 11 albums has sold more than 30,000 copies over the past three years, while the school animation has been presented to more than 600 classes in Quebec, reaching nearly 20,000 young people. Caroline Munger was recently named to the list of 100 inspiring business women in Quebec (Coup de Pouce, special edition, September 2019) and is currently working on the development of a TV series with Radio-Canada.


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