AT 3 YEARS OLD
The Tractor Race
Every year, Peter and his wife compete in an original race: a tractor race through mud and puddles in the farm. Both are very competitive and want to win, but at the end of the race they understand that what matters the most is not winning but the happiness of helping others.
Max the bad shark
Max the shark has fun teasing poor Mickey the octopus all the time: Max knots his tentacles, dirties him with ink, sticks him in a shell... But one day when Max is in trouble he finally understands that only by behaving well you can have friends.
Find Pip the pig!
Among the animals on the farm is Pip the friendly pig. One of his favorite pastimes is hiding. In the garden, behind the trees, at the lake... we don't know where he has gone. With this cheerful rhyming tale, children have fun and learn to recognize shapes and colors.
Luna the helpful chicken
In the Kingdom of Free Chickens lives Claire, a very brave hen with a passion for stars and planets.She loves reading and she's ready to leave for space. In this collection called "Luna in Space" biology and astronomy are discussed and coding exercises offered.
A Camp… for Bacteria!
Andrew the bear usually attends a gathering of aspiring wizards in the woods every two weeks. Despite having a little cough, he decides not to give up the meeting, where he hugs his friends, shares drinks... and also bacteria! The mini-story teaches how important personal hygiene is as well as the health and safety of others.
The domesticated elephant
Ray is a tame elephant raised in a circus, who manages to return to the jungle after many years. The other elephants welcome him with joy but Ray feels a little uncomfortable at first because of his manners and because he is always cleaner than the others. This short story teaches the acceptance of others and integration into a group.
Who's afraid of the dark?
Who said that a king isn’t afraid of anything? Zaldo the lion, a brave feline and king of the land, loves the dark. However, no-one knows that the real reason it’s so hard to get him out of his hiding place is the sun and his phobia of shadows! Luckily, his dear friends can help him understand what shadows are and help him overcome his fears.
The grand banquet!
Manu the wolf is very hungry. As soon as he catches sight of the ant feast, he sets out to eat all their supplies. Feeling bad, he makes up for it by bringing them a large amount of supplies. This mini-story teaches the importance of sharing and respect for others. Kids also train with logic and coding activities.
Santa, do you love me?
In the jungle preparations for Christmas are underway and Zaldo is the only one who is sad. A major misunderstanding made his Christmas spirit waver. With this mini Christmas story, children have fun helping the lion find his positive spirit as well as solving counting and number series activities. Con questo mini-racconto di Natale i bambini si divertono ad aiutare il leone a ritrovare lo spirito giusto e a risolvere le attività di conteggio e serie numeriche.
Find Sue the Cow!
The farm is animated by cheerful characters such as the cow Sue, singing and carefree. In this rhyming story, children discover where she has gone to hide to graze quietly and learn to distinguish simple shapes and colors.
Where is Jeff the Horse?
Jeff is a funny horse and loves red apples. His mission in this story is to accompany the farmer's wife to go shopping. Jeff is also a bit lazy and you have to find out which part of the farm he went to hide in. The story runs in rhyme, while the games are based on logical comparisons.
Where is Melvin the Rabbit?
The Melvin bunny, nice and a little distracted, has long ears and teeth that are always ready to nibble. Carrots from the garden and gnawed sticks are the traces to go in search of Melvin in this story. The games are based on the logical relationships between objects.
Sophie decorates the jungle!
There is a party to organize in the jungle and Sophie the giraffe, with her over-two-meter-long neck, is the only one who can decorate trees with balloons and festoons. Children are involved in games to complete the series of decorations and then to recognize the patterns.
Marie, sweet Marie
Marie the tiger is the master chef of the jungle. She has a real sweet tooth, so she is always busy making desserts and bread. Will she be able to bake a cake without her cookbook? The children will help her by completing the activities, remembering all the ingredients and counting correctly.
Jackson, look hard!
Despite being the oldest in the jungle, Jackson the rhino is always ready to party. The only problem is that his eyesight is weak and, in addition to that, the hyenas have stolen his glasses. The story is part of the "Ray in the Jungle" collection and offers interactive activities to stimulate visual attention.
Debra and the ripped invitations
Debra the zebra likes creating colorful invitations, but Vicky the monkey, who’s very annoying, enjoys tearing them up. This rhyming story from the "Ray in the Jungle" collection is dedicated to visual attention: children are asked to help the zebra by putting together the puzzles and reconstructing its cards.
Freddy and Ricky in the pond
Another rhyming tale of the "Ray in the Jungle" collection is dedicated to math. Together with the two inseparable friends Freddy and Ricky, kids learn a lot about counting and the perception of quantities. Who brought the most party hats to the jungle party? How much confetti is there? What do they win if they bring the most?
Britney Britney and Luke, very strong!
In the deepest ocean, a major sporting event is organized every year: the Oceanics. Luke the crab and Britney the lobster must first set up the tools for the race to be able to compete. Using weights and barbells, they can't wait to find out who is the strongest bodybuilder.
Owen and the little flowers!
The “Save the Woods” collection opens with Owen the squirrel. Like all the animals in this story, Owen deals with trash that pollutes the woods and covers his beloved flowers. The games in this chapter are concerned with concentration and visual memory: kids are asked to identify cards with the same flowers.
Charlie is a very willing and helpful fawn. He doesn't hold back when it comes to clearing the trash from the forest, but he does need some tools. The activities in this story ask kids to help Charlie to get back a rake and overcome some obstacles, by getting them used to adopting problem-solving strategies.
Ginny and the recycling
The last episode of the "Save the Woods" collection is a rhyming story that teaches kids how to recycle and respect the environment. Ginny the eagle looks forward to separating all paper, glass and plastic objects. The activities are designed to teach logical associations and properties of materials.
Luna meets Zaldo, the lion!
Luna's third space adventure companion is Zaldo, a not-so-brave lion who is afraid of bees and insects. Kids are offered logical and coding activities to reassure the poor lion. Together Luna and Zaldo await their last adventure companion.
Luna meets Debra the zebra!
The last seat on the spacecraft is reserved for Debra, the exotic zebra. Her somewhat arrogant character along with a few unfriendly comments do not help her to immediately integrate into the group. The story teaches kids to recognize emotions and to respect others, while the activities are based on coding.
Luna arrives on Mars!
The tight-knit group travels to Mars and in the latest episode of the series set in space, they arrive at their destination. Finally, the red planet exploration begins. Luna learns a lot of interesting things about stars and planets and uses the opportunity to take some pictures to remember her special adventure.
Lord Thomas looks for the monster
The gentle snake Thomas meets a strange creature in the jungle: it is the dinosaur Oscar, injured and in need of help. Thomas promptly helps him. This is a story that teaches us to be kind to everyone and to not judge a book by its cover.
Oscar, did you eat my friends?!
Lord Thomas introduces Oscar to his friend Ray the elephant, but something unexpected happens: Ray mistakes the dinosaur for a monster and a misunderstanding risks compromising a friendship between the two. The story teaches us to look beyond appearances, while interactive games enhance visual-spatial intelligence.
Where are the baby parrots?
The parrot Ambrose has heard that a monster is out and about in the jungle and is scared because he cannot find the baby parrots. His friend Jackson will reassure him and help him solve the mystery. The story teaches kindness to others and offers pattern recognition exercises.
Do monsters like cakes?
Even the tiger Marie is terrified of the jungle "monster" and decides to bake all day so as not to think about it. The encounter with the dinosaur Oscar will be unexpected and full of surprises. With this story set in Marie's kitchen it's even more fun to make cakes and train with coding!
Who will become King of the jungle?
Zaldo the lion wants to continue being the king, despite the fact that there is another animal in the jungle which is perhaps stronger than him. A roaring competition will be an opportunity to learn that more important than victory is the value of collaboration. The latest tale of the Oscar dinosaur saga introduces some basic biological concepts.
Smart Games contain logic and memory games, puzzles and stickers, games to train visual memory, attention and logical association.
Each content is designed to stimulate the fundamental skills to prepare kids for entry into primary school.