BULLY BUSTING SUPERHERO

COBRAMAN

COBRAMAN PLEDGE TO PEER
































* Hear an important message from Cobraman creator Michell Archibald *

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COBRAMAN TALKING ACTION FIGURE *PROTOTYPE*

TARGET MARKET BOYS 4 -10 (GIRLS INCLUSIVE)

NEW BOX DESIGN COMING SOON!

Of course you love action figures or less you wouldn't be here, silly. Team Cobraman loves action figures too, so much in fact, we'd love nothing more than to see the man of faith, hope & perseverance on toy shelves all over the world. Gosh. We can't keep Cobraman all to ourselves:)


Research shows that if kids repeat words, they learn more. Repetition and rehearsal of information enhance a process called consolidation, the process by which memories are moved from temporary storage in the hippocampus (a small structure within the brain) to more permanent storage in the cortex (the outer layer of the brain). Multiple repetitions of the information provides rehearsal, but doing so may bore students. When bored, the brain can go into a pattern similar to the "screen saver" mode on your computer monitor. The student may not pay attention to what he is repeating. Therefore, using strategies with forms of novelty are critical in enhancing the value of the repetition. Introducing the Cobraman talking action figure!


Here's how it works: Push the button and Cobraman talking action figure will encourage kids to take the pledge and then actually take the pledge with them! What we are introducing to the world is the first ever anti-bully action figure, especially designed to teach kids to say no to bullying and love one another! There's more. The action figure comes with Hero accessories that will make kids feel like a true hero! Here's what an expert had to say:

Superhero Play is very important. It improves language skills, promotes creativity and encourages social skills. 
Most importantly, Superhero Play helps children learn how to face their own fears; it gives them a sense of power and awareness. It is also a great outlet for them to act out, which they need to do, constantly.

Lucia Palacios - Executive Director, USC School of Early Childhood Education

TO HEAR COBRAMAN TALKING ACTION FIGURE IN ACTION CLICK THE ARROW ON THE AUDIO PLAYER

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TextAloud: IVONA Joey22 (Created: 4/26/2016 7:49:55 PM)
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FRONT VIEW - COBRA SNAKE ACCESSORY

BACK VIEW - PUSH BUTTON TO MAKE COBRAMAN TALK

HERO NECKLACE WITH COBRA MEDALLION INSIDE THE BOX!

SNAKE ACCESSORY INSIDE THE BOX!
CERTIFICATE OF HEROISM
 INSIDE THE BOX!
 

Cobraman Talking Action Figure Demo Video. 11 Year Old Girl

It’s not enough for you to sit with your child and read him a story. Reading aloud is great, but asking your child to repeat specific words makes it more likely that he will remember them. Luckily, it’s something that’s natural and easy to do.

Dr. Yaniv Mama - cognitive psychologist, Ariel University

Cobraman Talking Action Figure Demo Video. 3.5 Year Old Girl

Repetition actually changes the brain: every time we practice a word, concept, or skill, neurochemicals are released and pathways between brain cells are strengthened and solidified.

Heather Turgeon - psychotherapist, author, science writer

We're hard at work trying to get the Cobraman Talking Action Figure on toy shelves. In the meantime, grab  a Cobraman figurine. The anti-bullying Cobraman Figurine will make a wonderful addition to your collection. Interested investors may check out the Cobraman Talking Action Figure marketing video here.