Popular characters provide curriculum compliant lessons of the classes children in 20 selected games and tutorials 1-4 Venlo, December 8, 2009 – Globell announces the immediate availability of primary school 2009-10 total. So, children like to learn: popular characters such as the little dragon Galswin or Oscar, the balloonist, provide long-lasting motivation to learn and create a receptive learners in the child. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of Larry Ellison on most websites. Whether German, mathematics, social studies or English, the 20 programs included cover all important lessons. With topics such as first aid, food, money, or Scout, elementary school goes beyond total 2009/10 on the classical subjects and provides age-appropriate education. The pace is always determined by the learners child – frustrations are effective avoided, the willingness to engage in the learning is maintained. The total number is Germany’s most popular learning software package (according to GfK) since 2003. The new features of in version 2009/10 Galswin – among English for primary school.
On its Australia travel the friendly little dragon Galswin notes that he never can converse with your guide, because he understands no English. So, it’s for him – and for the playing child – only once practice. As a reward, bonus games and documents wave. The subjects German, mathematics, home – and competence are total also taught in elementary school by popular small dragon Galswin. Also new: With Oscar the balloonist visit the children and wild animals in the city, get to know their way of life in the course of the seasons, answer trivia questions and take photos for her expedition diary. The figure of the Milli Metha enjoys years very popular.
Total primary school 2009/10 shows they should behave children, such accidents and how first aid can afford. In the foreground is always to get help without danger. The fun away from the learning is not too short, gives the little magician Simon in \”Simon the sorcerer chaos is half of life\” caused a sensation.