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Restrictions on Use of Materials
This site is owned and operated by Aaada. No material from Aaada may be copied, reproduced, republished, uploaded, posted, transmitted, or distributed in any way, except that you may download one copy of the materials on any single computer for your personal, non-commercial home use only, provided you keep intact all copyright and other proprietary notices. Modification of the materials or use of the materials for any other purpose is a violation of Aaada's copyright and other proprietary rights. For purposes of this Agreement, the use of any such material on any other Web site or networked computer environment is prohibited. All trademarks, servicemarks, and trade names are proprietary to Aaada English school for children, except for the following: 1) All characters and underlying materials (including artwork) copyrighted by Jimmy Jenkins and 2) trademarks of third parties are owned by such third parties.
The Aaada Web site is the online companion to the popular Aaada English school for children. Like the school, the site targets kids and their parents, as well as teachers or anyone who wants to improve their English skills. It supports the same educational goals as the school: English language skills, pronunciation, and improvement of the childs' ability to communicate. The Aaada Web site first launched in 2001, and was originally conceived as a place where kids could interact with Stevie Rue's World and the characters that inhabit it. The strength of that original concept was confirmed during user research in preparation for a major site redesign in 2006. That redesign led to a strengthening of this play-based approach, and a redefinition of the site's structure into one that young users can navigate easily and independently. Our online and printable games are both engaging and educational. While many features are designed to promote independent play, there is much here for parents and kids to do together, as well as a wealth of information for educators and caregivers. The site usually kicks off each new school year with the launch of a brand new interactive game, as well as postings of the season's related lesson plans and resources. New games and activities launch to the site throughout the rest of the season on an ongoing basis. The Aaada Web site and outreach materials are produced by the Aaada Team.
This Web site was produced by the Aaada Team.