First online games for 10th Ave Editions
Today, 10th Ave Editions, in partnership with Télé-Québec, has officially put the entertaining world of The collection of classic tales online. This edutainment content will enable children to develop and/or test their various skills in relation to ideas learned in school. Children 4 to 8 years of age will learn, among other things, about computers, music and drawing while they are having fun. They will play both visual and audio association games. Because the worlds and characters are drawn from 10th Productions‘ animated films, the Web content is mainly in 3D animation.
“To date, almost 4 million viewers have seen The legend of the Christmas Tree, including 3.2 million in Japan alone. Our first film was also successful in Denmark and Spain, as well Quebec,” said producer Nancy Savard with pride. “With such a great reception, we want children to be able to contact our characters no matter what season. Therefore, we have been working hard for a number of months to bring this multimedia project to life in partnership with the animators at 6ixdegrés and the programmers at Frimastudio. It is thanks to the valuable support of Claire Dion, funding from Bell’s Broadcast and New Media Fund, and the collaboration of Télé-Québec that we were able to put this initiative online. I would like to particularly thank, among others, the elementary-school children at École des Bocages of the Découvreurs School Commission for their advice, as well as their principal, Nathalie Lavallée, for her interest, and a very special thanks to our guardian angel Andrée Gagné, who, day after day, tested everything out with her young charges.”
Now, you can have for too. Run an obstacle course with Kit, sing the priest choir, make magical potions with Dr. Stock, help Chipmunk top up her food reserves, plant trees in the garden with Lotor. In addition to being entertaining, the content of The collection of classic tales is full of exclusive information on the characters in the tales. See what happens to them, and find out all sorts of details about Quebec flora and fauna found in the films. For example: what is a black-capped chickadee? How long is a chipmunk? What is a balsam fir?
The Collection of Classic Christmas Tales: Amuse-toi