The ‘Great Clean-Up’ Kids App Teaches Kids Cleaning and Organizing Tips

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It’s that time of the year again when most of us are already bracing ourselves for the hectic schedules and the seemingly inevitable stress that come along with the hustle and bustle of each holiday season. While we look forward to spending time with our loved ones, there are so many things we don’t look forward to  – like the clutter that can quickly build up with gift shopping and decorating the home.  Well there is help for stressed out moms everywhere. Longtime yoga practioner and app developer Leslie Hendry is coming to the aid of busy moms with her iPad app for kids -“Tejas and Lollipop’s: The Great Clean Up,” which teaches kids valuable lessons on how and why they should keep their spaces clean. With more little mommy helpers around the house, that means more ‘me’ time for mommy this holiday, and one less thing to stress about!.  To meet Tejas and Lollipop and find out more about AzaWhistle Kids, please visit www.AzaWhistlekids.com

  

“The Great Clean-Up” superheroes little Tejas & his terrier companion Lollipop

“Tejas and Lollipop’s Great Clean Up: Everything Has a Home” is available in the iTunes app store:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/azawhistlekids/id577281578?mt=8)

About AzaWhistle Kids

AzaWhistle Kids is a Los-Angeles based company founded in 2010 by dedicated yoga and meditation practitioner Leslie Hendry. AzaWhistle Kids is a growing brand dedicated to helping people of all ages create more harmony and calm in their lives by teaching them how to utilize yoga and meditation techniques to be better organized, responsible, and conscious of their impact on their personal environment. AzaWhistle is committed to developing meaningful and educational entertainment for children.A portion of proceeds from all AzaWhistle Kids app sales benefits Yoga Gives Back (http://yogagivesback.org/), a charity cofounded by Hendry to help women and children in India.



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