This Hello! Storybook app is not just a game, it is designed to help children develop their imagination and creativity through the process of creating their own picture books. It is also
designed to help them learn English, Korean, and Chinese through the process of doing so. Creativity is developed by actively creating. Language is learned the same way. Language learned
with active learning through fun activities rather than passive learning stays in the memory for a long time. This app is a game-type app that teaches languages by letting users complete picture books.
Story1: The Special Day at the Magic Zoo
1. Make a variety of choices, compose a picture book together, and become a picture book creator.
Children can make invitations on their own and can choose food for their party. They can also create their own characters and change the animals' clothing.
These actions help children feel that they are making their own picture books. These interactions complete the picture book.
The children's choices become part of the story and part of the picture, creating their very own picture book.
A variety of choices can help them to maintain interest in the stories and help them to have a spontaneous and active attitude towards learning.
2. Interesting stories and self-made picture books help children learn their native language or a foreign language.
Scholars have said that stories help children to recognize the general feelings and sounds of foreign languages, and that they motivate and encourage them to use a variety of language.
In general, stories play an important role in children's education when teaching either native or foreign languages.
So, although most people teach language through storybooks, most of them have been transformed into an educational system that only contains dull stories or has to force them to keep reading.
They make picture books boring. Accepting language as an interesting game can help children to remember it for a long time.
This app solves these problems at the Magical Zoo and encourages them to learn the language while enjoying it by using games.
3. Consists of 3 different levels and is designed to match the children's level.
In three levels, you can choose from short, simple stories up to long, complex stories.
It also challenges children to create picture books in a variety of ways, from simply selecting things to transforming complex and delicate parts.
It's not just a word learning app, it's an app to learn languages by engaging in an interesting game.
It is a picture book creating app that remembers words and learns sentences to help the child become a picture book creator.
If they don't like the finished picture book, they can continue to recreate it and enjoy the stories again and again.
This app will bring joy to children who are beginning to learn a language and is fun for all ages who want to study foreign languages.