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Hey Monster! English for Kids

An interactive English learning program for children aged 4 to 8, developed by teachers. Children learn English by creating their own characters and building their own story worlds.

Our innovative method motivates children to engage with English in a fun, playful and extremely creative environment. 52 beautifully animated interactive stories, 35 songs, 200 games and 700 focus words – a whole year of learning, a whole year of fun!

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“Hey Monster! is a fantastic way to teach children English. It develops both vocabulary and comprehension, and really helps children understand how words are used in everyday English.”

Breanna Alexander (M.A. in Linguistics, CELTA, B.Sc.) English teacher.

“I use Hey Monster as an independent learning activity in my English lessons. Highly recommended.”

Andrew Comerford (M.A.Ed.), grade 2 teacher.

“Wow, so fun! I love how each learned word is revisited in stories and songs so that children are using them in new contexts all the time.”

Anna Kropp (M.A. Translation and Linguistic Mediation), languages teacher, translator and parent.

“Kids will have fun customizing characters and playing games in this app filled with quirky and silly monsters, while learning the English language… Sentences are clearly written and the highlighting of featured words was one of the things that make learning feel easy and natural. The illustrations are blocky and colorful and the interactions children can have with characters before, during and after play give the app an immersive feeling as if they have entered a new world.”

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“Hey Monster! uses your child’s creativity to teach early literacy. Parents looking to give their children a fun, creative outlet that aids in early literacy by exposing and reinforcing connections to early sight word reading can download Hey Monster! for free.”

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