Group

Multilingual Immersion: Zoo U

curaFUN’s Multilingual Immersion products allow children to switch from one language to the other but not side by side the way many bilingual and translated products are presented. The dual-language formats are useful and necessary for certain types of language learning tools such as dictionaries, but they can also unintentionally encourage children to translate from their native language, creating a forever gap between the two. Multilingual Immersion integrates both English and Mandarin in social, reading and listening activities in an intuitive language learning immersion experience.

Learn More

StrengthBuilder: Zoo Academy

To thrive in life, your child must possess a solid foundation of social emotional skills that empower them to learn, dream, recover, adapt, and connect. Academic achievement and social emotional competency go hand in hand when it comes to ultimate success. Through more than 23 progressive levels and 20+ hours of gameplay, StrengthBuilder: Zoo Academy systematically develops then hones the skills necessary to cultivate a growth mindset and emotional intelligence in children pre-K through 1st grade. curaFUN’s StrengthBuilder is an interactive and effective experiential learning program for children to practice new skills to eventually develop better habits and better approaches in real life. The guidance component of StrengthBuilder provides a personalized Strength Assessment Report and Personal Development Roadmap from psycho-educational experts.

Learn More
Group

StrengthBuilder: Zoo U

Nobody is more important than parents in a child’s life, and the surest way for parents to ensure happiness, success and all the other great aspirations you have for your children is to build up a strong internal armor with strengths that nobody can take away. Throughout StrengthBuilder: Zoo U, your child will face common life problems appropriate for their age, such as dealing with bullies, following complicated instructions, staying focused despite distractions, and problem solve, decide how to communicate and interact with other characters. Participants also get a head start on leadership insights and negotiation tactics that they are only available at a college-level

Learn More
  • Unlimited play, self-paced program
  • Progressive training in areas of impulse control, focus, social initiation, teamwork, perspective taking, emotional regulation and more
  • 30-day money-back guarantee.  Cancel anytime

Zoo Academy

$10USD/month
*Billed monthly for 12 months.

Zoo U

$10USD/month
*Billed monthly for 12 months.

Zoo Academy

$35USD/Year
*One-time payment for 12-month access.

Zoo U

$35USD/Year
*One-time payment for 12-month access.
Who doesn’t procrastinate?

Who doesn’t procrastinate?

  • I am too busy.
  • I am too tired.
  • I don't have the energy.
  • I am too scared.
  • I don't know where to start.
These are the most common excuses people use when they procrastinate—delay doing what they need to do. How many of these have you personally used? According to the American Psychological Association, ... Read More
Write The Soundtrack of Your Life

Write The Soundtrack of Your Life

When you’re sad, mad, frustrated…, it can be hard to tell what will make you feel better. Maybe you want someone who will just listen without being too nosy, or you might tell yourself distractions like ice cream or TV will soothe, but sometimes, what we really need is time ... Read More
Effects of marital dispute, divorce on children

Effects of marital dispute, divorce on children

Few would dispute that the different relationships that exist within a family affect the other members of the family as well. The most important relationship in this dynamic is that of parents and its effect on children. The quality of these relationships can affect children's emotional, cognitive and physical development ... Read More
Ease Your Child’s Mental Burden During These Difficult Times

Ease Your Child’s Mental Burden During These Diffi...

The COVID-19 outbreak and consequent lockdowns have changed the way we function in the world and brought us face-to-face with a lot of uncertainty and fear. Children could possibly be the silent sufferers of the pandemic as they are too young to understand or process their thoughts and emotions, something ... Read More
5 Reasons Your Kid Might Be Performing Poorly in School

5 Reasons Your Kid Might Be Performing Poorly in S...

If your child’s grades are slipping, there are a few things that could be going on. Here’s what you should know. Let’s be honest: Parents often worry just as much or more than their kids about a bad report card. If your child has repeatedly received lower grades in school, ... Read More
Can puppets boost social skills for kids with autism?

Can puppets boost social skills for kids with auti...

Puppets can attract and hold the attention of children with autism spectrum disorder, raising the potential for developing more engaging therapies that strengthen social engagement and facilitate learning. The new study in the journal Autism Research is the first to test anecdotal evidence that children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), ... Read More