Explore the Who, What, Where, When and Why’s of reading! In this interactive mobile app, your child will learn all about all the different kinds of books and reading materials available. This app is designed for children aged 3-7 and is meant to compliment a child’s traditional education while sparking their imagination by asking the 5w’s.
Virtual Reality Library
Interactive Augmented Reality Storybook
20 Words on screen & Voice over to learn
The W5Go library is full of beautiful books and books. Enter the secret W5Go library and find the magical book that will take you on an educational adventure!
The library features a stack of books to choose from, pick which story you want to learn. You can choose from storybooks, a book of rhymes, picture book and a non-fiction book. They explain what kind of book they are and then read an example of that kind of story.
Storybook! Choose where the story goes!
In this interactive augmented reality simulation, your child will be able to choose and place characters into a story to change the storyline! You choose the defender of the castle, the brave night or the ferocious dragon, and decide who will go save the castle!
Play again and again to explore the many different ways a story can go.
Augmented reality works on any phone with a back facing camera. We believe that with technology changing so rapidly children should be gradually introduced to the newest thing. This way when they are adults they will have the general knowledge of how the technology works.
Rhymes are an excellent way for children to learn a language and build their vocabulary. Wordplay is often repetitive and catchy, which helps children easily recall a word or meaning. Rhymes help children learn phonetics, often rhymes repeat difficult sounds which in-turn helps improve their speech.
Picturebook. In this chapter, your child will have to place the images to make the story in the picture book. These activities help children understand time and processes. You need to plant the seed before you can water the flowers.
Picturebooks play a significant role in childhood development. They help a child comprehend what is being said in the story. It is an excellent way to hear, read and relate to new words. They are often repetitive and rhyme which helps children remember keywords and scenes.
Picturebooks are multi-sensory which stimulates the imagination. When they see the illustrations, smell and touch the pages, they become completely immersed in the story.
Non-Fiction Books. This chapter defines what a non-fiction book is. Read along and learn some interesting facts about spiders, castles and more!
When do we read books?
Books have so many uses and can come in hand in so many different situations. This chapter shows children when and why we use certain types of books and reading material.
There are four sections in this chapter:
Bedtime – We read many different books at bedtime. This chapter features a short story book about rain. Click through the pages and watch the animations, read along with the voice over, learn pronunciation and spelling.
Recipes – We read recipes when we want to cook something new. This section shows a simple way of making scrambled eggs.
Newspapers-We read newspapers to learn about the world around us. This chapter explains the many different sections newspapers have, sports, weather and news.
School- We read many different kinds of books in school. This part has an anagram game, where children will learn to spell what they see. These
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