The present world is dynamic, quite literally. There is so much that gets done ‘on the go’, and so can learning, if it takes less than 5 minutes. Appu Series knows just how to fill that time economically.
There is too much of bustle these days. Most of us fall into the rut of packing up for the day at 6 AM, sending kids to school and picking them up in the evening. They come saddled with homework. The good news is there are ways to make learning fun for both of you. Appu Series is one of those companies that has crafted learning in compact multimedia capsules.
Since its establishment in the year 2010, Appu Series has been passionately producing content that is educative and entertaining for children. They believe that the scope for creating materials is as perennial as a child’s curiosity. That is where they tap from.
All contents are available for free on YouTube. Age, language and topics are no bar. There are 15 channels in the company’s network. Rhymes and stories told in 10 Indian languages– Hindi, Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil, Gujarati, Rajasthani, Sindhi, Marati and Bengali. Over 7000 videos on the extensive list and it keeps growing every day. Watched by over 1 Billion so far… They can be played on almost any gadget with a screen and a decent internet connection.
Appu Series’ long repertoire of rhymes on the network is the most loved. There are over 300 of Mother Goose melodies and hundreds more in other languages. All together make quite a voluminous playlist.
Children learn through demonstrations. The company has a collection of Science experiments that can be done at the comfort and safety of home. It’s quite a riveting experience to watch children learn and test their environment. It could be quite enlightening for the adult supervisor as well…
With phone companies vying to give people the best of broad bands, internet has become the richest resource for materials. Appu Series understands this and provides education through a channel everybody can access.
To know more visit www.youtube.com/appuseries