A new way for children to learn
Discover the world of Badanamu
Early Learning ToysSmart toys that link to Apps
For ages 2+: Get shaking! A great way to start learning the alphabet, shapes, numbers and colors
Badanamu Early Readers5 levels and over 50 interactive stories
For ages 3+: A new way to lean to read! It is fun, interactive and can be used in the classroom and at home
Multiplayer Learning GameA world of discovery and adventure
For ages 5+: Make new friends! Come into the world of Badanamu and join the adventure
Early Learning SongsIt's Pengie Dance Time!
Check out our latest hit.
Storytime for Older ReadersGraphic novel of the Badanamu story
Lose yourself in a magical world !
Class TimeGroup fun
Make your class a Badanamu class !
Badanamu Learning Method
Badanamu is a new way for children to learn English
Traditional teaching methods redefined
Badanamu helps parents and teachers to combining traditional sensorial approaches (such as Montessori) with animation, multiplay and interaction.LEARN MORE
Safe and trustworthy products
Interactive products, Apps and digital contents are designed so the child is never at risk. Content is appropriate, materials safe and privacy protected.LEARN MORE
An endless world of imagination
English study is brought to life by the characters and stories of Badanamu that accompany children on their learning voyage.LEARN MORE
i + 1 Natural learning strategy
Badanamu focuses on “comprehensible input”. Children are challenged “a little beyond” their current level of competence.LEARN MORE
"Language learning is not really something that the child does, it is something that happens to the child placed in an appropriate environment."− Noam Chomsky
"If you want your children to be brilliant, tell them fairy tales. If you want them to be very brilliant, tell them even more fairy tales."− Albert Einstein
"Teaching should address the whole child: heads, hands and hearts."− Rudolf Steiner
"Kinder garten: A garden for children to play in."− Froebel
"The relevance of children's self-learning rather than rote as the basis of learning."− Pestalozzi