Build It,

Virtue & Language! 



Book Specification | 
Storybook 220x230mm (36 pages)
Bonus Book 250x320mm (58 pages) 

Age | 2~6

Composition Storybook(29 volumes), 

                        Bonus Book (1 volume), QR Video

Balanced Language and Character Building  

 

Early Childhood is the prime time to build good character and language skills. 


We integrated 8 features of good character into different fun stories. As they read, children can naturally think about the “right” values and character in various points of view, guiding their personality growth. 


The stories also help build vocabulary, understanding, and expression skills according to preschool receptive-expressive language scale (PRES), by exposing certain language goal phrases repetitively. 


Various play activities and QR videos offered with the stories help children keep their interest in the topic, and give in-depth understanding.




 


Stories Guiding Balanced Language and Character Building   



Important features of good character are fused with fun stories, and language goal words and phrases are emphasized with colored text.

▲ Vol. 13 <Teeny-tiny and Bigbig> - character development 

Learn about ‘caring’ as we follow a small mouse Teeny-tiny and a big elephant Bigbig. They didn’t understand or like each other at first, but later become best friends who help and care for each other

◀ Vol. 13 < Teeny-tiny and Bigbig> - language development

Questioning sentence structure is repeated over the story, helping develop language skills. Target phrases are marked with a different color for emphasis




 


Guiding Children to the Right Path - What If Cinema   



Help children understand and develop good character features with 3 types of QR animation.

Type 1) Upside-down Animation

Watch what might have happened if the characters made the wrong choice

◀ Vol. 13 <Teeny-tiny and Bigbig>

Unlike the story, Teeny-tiny and Bigbig don’t care for each other in the animation. Through this new situation, children can see why it’s important to care for each other

Type 2) In Someone Else’s Shoes

Take a look at the problem in another character’s point of view and enhance empathic abilities

▲ Vol. 22 <My Name Is Tongtong> 

Take a look at Tongtong’s thoughts and think about what actions can protect plants and animals

Type 3) Find Another Solution

Expand children’s mind and flexibility by showing different solutions to a problem

▲ Vol. 19 < We Are Earth Stars>

With the main characters, you can find out various ways to help other people (donation, talent sharing, etc.)



Vocabulary (5 Vols.)

Understanding (14 Vols.)

Expressiveness (10 Vols.)

Bonus Book (1 Vol.)



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Office Adress : 10Fl., Kyowon Naewei Bldg., 51 Euljiro. Jung-gu, Seoul, Korea, 04539


E-mail : 

For all Inquiries : kyowoninfo@kyowon.co.kr 

For Chinese(中文) : mina.kim@kyowon.co.kr 

For English(英语) : jinju@kyowon.co.kr 


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