Badanamu English (www.badanamu.co.kr) showcased its English learning material series at "EDUCARE & KIDSFAIR (hereafter COEX EDUCARE)", which ran for four days from Thursday the 10th to Sunday the 13th at COEX in Seoul.
Badanamu English is leading the English education field for infants and children, and its English learning materials are differentiated from existing domestic companies' materials.
Until now, English education for infants and children has been temporary and fragmentary. Repeating simple expressions and learning by rote have been the chief teaching methods, and vague expectations of early childhood English education have been dominant.
However, Badanamu English has developed well-prepared learning materials with true stories. The company also introduced a system that combines each material with a certain level and allows for the checking of children's learning development.
The company makes children curious about English language. As children can have fun learning English by using the company's products, learning itself becomes playtime for children, which is the company's long-term goal.
The products' major characteristics are summary-based books, reading by level, conversation-type reading, role-play activities, and a high-quality curriculum. As each child learns in his or her own speed and way, parents and children can select the appropriate learning materials through consultations with the company.
At this exhibition, the company showcased puzzles and magnet teaching materials at affordable prices. And as a gift, it gave safe headsets for children to those who purchased the products.
EDUCARE & KIDSFAIR is the largest exhibition for children in the country. Various domestic and international products, contents, seminars, and experience classes from famous brands are being offered in one place. At this exhibition, SNS is actively utilized through a special Kakao Talk event, and there are plenty of other conveniences for visitors. The event provides the best sights and sounds for those who are interested in childhood education.