BIBLIO MINI : MINI TFO’S INTERACTIVE STORIES
BiblioMini, is an interactive and educational application, was developed this year and
be made available to the public in March 2014. The “BiblioMini” Tablet App provides an educational and immersive experience for kids aged 2 to 6. This application helps your kids learn how to speak and read in French with the help of interactive songs, stories, and games. The BiblioMini App is so immersive that your kids will feel like they are interacting and playing directly with Louis and Josée, their friend the chameleon, as well as a host of other characters from the world of Mini TFO!
Biblio Mini allows children aged 2 to 6 to experience reading with the hosts, Josée and Louis while playing in the Mini TFO universe. Thanks to fun activities (songs, stories, and games), children have a great time with the Mini TFO chameleon, Louis, Josée, and other characters from the Mini TFO universe!
“As experts in educational content, we want to give parents quality content they can trust,” adds Marianne Lambert, producer of Mini TFO and Flip TFO series.
The Mini TFO universe presents a whole range of fun and educational content carefully
selected for preschool-aged children, including Groupe Média TFO’s in-house content,
a veritable interactive kindergarten where children can enjoy games, apps, and shows
broadcast on TFO’s tv channel as well as on Mini TFO’s website. Mini TFO is the fruit of
the labour of a talented team wholly dedicated to children’s development. “With parents’ values at the very heart of our approach, we create content from the point of view of children, so that they can see themselves in it and identify with it.”
In 2013-2014, Mini TFO revised its content for preschoolers by developing an educational and interactive approach, not only for its television programming but also for tablet and web platforms. Based on the Ontario curriculum, Mini TFO shorts are created to support children’s learning.
On television, hosts Josée, Lexie, and Louis engage children by speaking directly to them
and by singing. On a computer or a tablet, kids can interact directly with content.