It’s fun to have more things you “understand”!
An educational digital picture book that lets you learn hiragana and the alphabet on an errand. Let’s have fun and learn the “first steps” of Japanese and English.
The main character is a boy, who’s anxious about going out on his first errand. He goes into town to run an errand for his mother. There are coloring pictures about letters and mini games about writing. There are also “hiragana table” and “alphabet table”, which read aloud when tapped. Will you be able to do well in running an errand?
This children's app were produced in a class titled "Project & Collaboration Seminar", held for students of the Department of Cross-Disciplinary Art and Design (Field of Media Art and Design) at Joshibi University of Art and Design in Tokyo, Japan. The students were entirely responsible for the planning, storywriting, illustration, animation and authoring of their apps over a six-week period. Children were invited to try out the finished programs, after which successive modifications were made.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.