The world's first Sino-foreign co-production "Space Academy" will land in China, and the first offline indoor theme park will open simultaneously
New Beacon Group
China and New Zealand's first official co-production animation "Space Academy" will officially land in China in October 2018. As a children's educational animation, "Space Academy" has a profound international education endorsement. The animation adheres to the concept of New Zealand's TE WHāRIKI education system, and also combines the essence of traditional Chinese culture and education.
"Space Academy" is a China-New Zealand official co-production children's animation jointly produced by Hengxin Oriental Children (Guangzhou) Cultural Industry Development Co., Ltd. and New Zealand Purple Water Bird Image Co., Ltd., and five-time Oscar winner Sir Richard Taylor is the director of the film. Creative consultant and producer.
The film tells the story of five young WoWo babies: Stey, Luna, Pudge, Bunce and Dapey learning to be space explorers. This group of curious babies help each other with an inquiry-based method, and will communicate with Diandian and Diandian who are investigating on the earth, and gain knowledge and experience from their predecessors. The film highlights the joy of discovery, the possibility of entertaining, and promotes positive values such as friendship, trust, honesty, and respect.
From the beginning of its creation, the animation of "Space Academy" has adhered to the purpose of realizing the core early childhood education function with attractive entertainment content.
In New Zealand, whether it is the teaching design of the early childhood curriculum, the practice of education and teaching, or the professional standards of early childhood teachers, the concept of the Tefalich document has always been adhered to. In other words, the Terfarage Papers are the "Bible" for early childhood educators in New Zealand. "Whāriki" originally means weaving carpets and mats. The process of weaving a blanket is long and complex, and it requires attention to the intersection of many threads. Different weaving patterns refer to the multi-ethnic cultural background in New Zealand and the different educational models and courses formed by various early childhood education institutions.
The Teffarich document prepares children to grow into competitive, confident learners and communicators. They are mentally mature, healthy, and spiritually empowered, with a sense of belonging and security, while being able to make valuable intellectual contributions to society.
Understanding and respecting the global preschool curriculum is the cornerstone of Space Academy, which is to enhance children's skills, learning and temperament by expanding their own abilities, interests and experiences. The animation showcases and highlights several important skills and attributes: leadership, problem solving, critical thinking, teamwork and compassion, while enhancing children's understanding of science, mathematics, literature, art and social interaction. "Learning through play" is the guiding principle that conveys these ideas.
Before the official broadcast of the "Space Academy" cartoon, the world's first "Space Academy" indoor theme park will be grandly opened on the second floor of Fangzhizhou Living Center, Fangcao Road, Hanyang District, Wuhan City in the second half of 2018.
The park is designed in the style of the animation scene of "Space Academy", based on the perspective of children, innovating the play experience, and creating a unique parent-child entertainment kingdom.
8000㎡ space theme park, 5 space experience venues, vegetarian meals for children, IP interactive VR experience, IP story parade, Wowo Baby Art Troupe... This will be a one-stop entertainment, education, food, shopping, Social Dreamland.
Space Academy Theme Park will soon meet all the children, remember to come and play~