It is also a fun way for parents and caregivers to introduce their children to the internet and computers
Perth, WA (PRWEB) October 15, 2007
Webmosis Pty Ltd today officially announced the release of 'Kindersay', a free web 2.0 browser-based learning system that uses over 500 videos and images to teach children ages 1 to 4 new words, colors, shapes, ABCs and numbers.
"Kindersay is designed to assist preschool children to learn and pronounce common English words" said Guy Rischmueller, Founder of Webmosis. "It is also a fun way for parents and caregivers to introduce their children to the internet and computers".
In the first 48 hours after the site was made live, over 6,000 people had discovered the website and feedback from blogs and users alike was overwhelming. Michael Arrington at Techcrunch blogged 'Dear Parents: Save Some Money, Use Kindersay' while Amit Agarwal (India's first professional blogger) on Digital Inspiration labeled it 'The Best E-learning Website for Preschool Children'.
More core features will be released between now and the end of year, covering other areas of the preschool entertainment market, with a goal of making the website the number 1 destination for preschool learning. Kindersay has a Premium upgrade feature where parents can store Family images and their favorite words.
Guy and wife Sharon Rischmueller have spent most of their lives dedicated to teaching (junior school, special education and tertiary level) before deciding to build a website for preschool education. Guy has a Master of Education while Sharon has a Bachelor of Teaching (Special Education).
For more information visit http://www.kindersay.com