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Terra dei colori no profit organization

No profit organization Terra dei Colori

Terra dei colori no profit organization No profit organization Terra dei Colori

The social cooperative Terra dei Colori (Land of Colors) was born in 2006 after the merger of two cooperatives “La Città dei Colori” (The City of Colors) and “Terra di gioco” (Game Land), in operation from 1992 and 2003 respectively, with the intention of addressing new challenges in education, social activity and inclusion of the most vulnerable people.

Currently the cooperative plans, manages and implements projects of educational and social scope with a particular emphasis on the city and province of Parma. It collaborates with local public entities with an aim towards improving and enriching the educational and social services of the territory.

The cooperative gained experience in the field of social activities and territorial cohesion through specific proposals implemented with the tools of Ludobus and Multimedi@bus, as well as the youth center and Ludotech. We have also developed innovative experiences in the field of care and inclusion of people with special needs through the Center “The Port of Coenzo.” Daycare and preschools are our main area of socio-educational intervention.

The working models that interpret and exemplify the development of community constitute the theoretical and practical basis of all our planning, together with the idea of combining the traditional means of education with the more interesting and new media education.

Interesting story and art style ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

This isa great app with an interesting story. A lot of interactivity through out the pages which will make the kids busy and engaged for a while. I have slight issue with the navigation but it might be just me. THe graphics are nice and music and sound effects are great.

My toddler loved it ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

It was a great story, and ad the title says, my toddler was quite a fan. Reading throigh the other reviews, I do agree that the controls were less than intuitive, but my toddler picked them up much quicker than I could have. [...] The best parts were the hidden animations that had my kid clicking around every page. The narrator's voice was also quite pleasant.

Fun sory, great deal! ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

Beautiful illustrations, interactive design and engaging narration. Got this for my cousins (girls afes 9 & 12) who really enjoy it, and love discovering new feature each time they open it.

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A tale best suited to older children

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The artwork is duly impressive and the interactivity within the story is far-reaching; one of my favorite features was that the screen panned out or over when I tilted the iPad.

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