A New Way to Learn to Read
Discover the World of Badanamu
Badanamu Story TimeA Hands on Reading Experience
For ages 3+: A new way to learn to read. It is fun, interactive, and can be used in the classroom or at home.
Learning ContentABCs, Colors, Shapes, and More!
All ages: The Badanamu friends are here to teach you something new. Enjoy learning songs and short animations.
Feature ContentLearn the Ponytail dance!
All ages: Join in the fun with Badanamu songs and dances. Check out our latest hit.
Badanamu ClubLearn and Play Together
Free activities, printables, and articles to help you inspire your little learners.
Find the NemiesA Multiplayer Learning Adventure
For ages 6+: Join your friends in the world of Badanamu adventure. Collect the sights and sounds of the English language.
Bada's AdventureChildren's Graphic Novel
Ages 7+: The beautifully illustrated, heartwarming story of Bada and his adventures in the magical land of Badanamu.
Let’s Learn and Play Together
Need a great way to spend an hour with your little ones? Here are some FREE creative projects designed for the home or classroom. Check out the learning objectives posted with each activity to choose the one right for your student.LEARN MORE
Some colorful and illustrated activities to help your little ones develop their fine motor skills. Tracing, drawing, coloring, and writing printables all available to you for free.LEARN MORE
Tips & Articles
A place for parents and teachers to learn more about the educational philosophy that helps create Badanamu. You can also pick up some helpful tips for educating your students at home or in the classroom.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