FLORHAM PARK, NJ – Educator, children’s author and television personality Danielle Lindner has launched the educational app Let’s Go To Preschool with Miss Danielle’s Preschoolbuds published on the popular children’s social platform TinyTap and available from the AppStore and GooglePlay. 

Helping preschoolers explore their feelings while learning about letters, numbers, colors and making good choices, Let’s Go To Preschool employs a fun and entertaining game format that engages children through the application of age-appropriate click-choices.  

Let’s Go To Preschool marks the entry into the world of educational apps for Danielle Lindner, who has earned national and international recognition as an innovative educator and prolific children’s author of nearly 15 storybooks.  The founder and director of the multi award-winning London Day School located in Florham Park, New Jersey, Lindner is widely recognized as star of the educational television series Miss Danielle’s Preschoolbuds, which has become a preschool programming staple on Amazon Prime.  In her series, Lindner encourages children to foster their academic skills, address everyday challenges and develop good citizenship – objectives that can also be found within her all-new TinyTap game app.. 

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Let’s Go To Preschool with Miss Danielle’s Preschoolbuds is available from the AppStore or GooglePlay as part of a subscription to TinyTap for $4.99 a month which allow up to 5 family members use all of the educational apps on the site.

Nationally-recognized educator Danielle Lindner is the founder and Executive Director of the London Day School, a celebrated private educational and enrichment academy for preschoolers and toddlers that provides an enriching, engaging and challenging environment for growing children.  Backed by a comprehensive curriculum that encompasses STEM, public speaking, foreign language, the arts and character education, London Day School has reimagined the traditional preschool to address the whole child, combining essential academic skills with a focus on social and emotional development.  After receiving her M.A. in Teaching and Elementary Education (Hons.), from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 1996, Lindner worked as a teacher, trainer and educator for nearly two decades prior to founding London Day School.  Lindner, recently franchised The London Day School so that like-minded individuals can bring this innovative approach to preschool to their communities.