LEARNING TO READ WITH BADANAMU STORY TIME

LEARNING TO READ WITH BADANAMU STORY TIME: How and Why the Badanamu Method Works I would like to introduce the Badanamu Club to Marcus. Marcus is a 4-year-old Korean boy learning English as a second language. He deserves a big congratulations because he has just begun...

How Story Time Works

An app designed to show the adventure of reading.   Emotionally relevant material: In Story Time, children guide the same lovable, familiar Badanamu characters on adventures, which the children themselves take part in creating as they play. The Badanamu characters...

Safety Promise

All Badanamu products are designed to meet and exceed international safety standards. Product safety is further ensured by regularly testing and observing children using the products throughout our development process. All products are made from only child-safe...

A Balanced Education

Badanamu’s goal is for children to enjoy every step on the path to English literacy. “Head, Hands, and Heart” should unite the learning experience. Children learn to feel, be creative, and use their imaginations. Children learn about cooperative play, how...

Learning to Read

Badanamu can help your learner discover reading. Step 1: Phonemic Awareness Phonemic awareness is the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate the individual sounds, or phonemes, in spoken words. A strong foundation in phonemic awareness...

Engagement

A child is most likely to learn when they are fully immersed in the task because they want to be. We call this engagement, and we test our products extensively to ensure that children do, in fact, enjoy learning with them. Children in the state of...

Learn and Play

Play is a child’s natural mode of experimentation and discovery. Given the right environment with the right materials, play is the most powerful learning tool parents and teachers have to use. Badanamu seeks to provide just that,  safe and developmentally...

Natural Acquisition

Children are not made to sit passively behind a desk and receive information. The world is a big, wonderful place to explore. Children want to touch it, feel it, and ask their own questions about it. The responsibility of educators is not to feed information to...