Tonies is offering the free content via its Creative-Tonies in the partnership with online educational resource platform Twinkl.
Tonies has a announced a new partnership with Twinkl, which brings an assortment of free educational audio content for kids via its Creative-Tonies. The collaboration, launched on 1st August, kicks off with summer stories for the school holidays.
Listening to audio inspires a love of storytelling from an early age and exposes children to a wider vocabulary that in turn plays a huge role in improving early language and literacy development. The Twinkl-Tonies partnership will offer fun learning that will engage kids, and supplementary resources to complement the content will be available for download at the online educational audio resource platfiorm’s website,twinkl.co.uk. These will include quizzes, colouring pages and fact sheets to amuse and inspire kids throughout the holidays.
Accessing the free audio is easy as kids can download the content straight to their Creative-Tonie from the mytonies library, with future releases planned just in time for back to school and the autumn months ahead.
Pinky Laing, Partnership & PR manager said: “We are committed to bringing wonderful stories and music to Tonies listeners, as well as inspiring educational content, all via the power of audio.
“We are so excited to be partnering with Twinkl, the most trusted educational online resource in the UK, to bring to life engaging, inspiring and educational stories for our little listeners. The collaboration presents the perfect synergy, with Twinkl sharing our passion to make learning as fun and as interesting as possible. Watch this space for a host of fantastic free audio content and downloadable resources this year.”
Hannah McNaughton, product owner for Twinkl Originals, said: “We are always looking for wonderful ways to make Twinkl Originals story books accessible to every child, and are incredibly excited to be sharing them with young learners via Tonies. Together, we can help to foster a lifelong love of reading in more children than ever.”