Let's play and study with an intellectual App 'Digital Copel' - suoervised by Copel school. Let's play and study with an intellectual App 'Digital Copel' - suoervised by Copel school.

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* Target age: 0-6 years old

  • Bring out the untapped potential every child has to become a genius
  • 90% of a child’s left-right brain connections are developed by the time they turn 6 years old
  • Children benefit and absorb the most when they are enjoying learning

What’s New

We have released Digital Copel v2.0.1 with some fixes and new easy to understand tutorials.
We have released Digital Copel version 2, introducing a wide range of new features:
– Copel Canvas – get decorations from completing lessons and design your own Copel Canvas.
– Town maps! Lessons are now spread all over Copel Town. Explore the maps to find them all.
– Completely renewed menus and interfaces.
– Read the Copel manga talking about the benefits of Copel education.
– New lessons!
– Various performance improvements and bug fixes.
7 new exciting lessons just added!
v1.1.1 is released with now over 180 lessons.
We had a Digital Copel booth at the Mama Kids Festival event held at Marine Messe Fukuoka. Thank you to everyone who came!
Mama Kids Festival Booth

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About Copel

For 20 years, the Japanese company Copel has been providing education for young children throughout Japan in their own special Copel Classrooms. As of July 2015, there are 57 throughout Japan.

One of the core concepts of the Copel teaching methodology is that children learn best when having fun. Each lesson that Copel provides is unique and originally developed by their team of education professionals. By strengthening the connection between the two hemispheres in the brain, a child’s untapped potential to become a genius can be brought forward, nurtured and encouraged.

After a conducting a survey with 600 students and their parents, 99% of them responded positively saying that they were highly satisfied with Copel and were seeing real results in their children. After taking an IQ test of students who had attended Copel’s classrooms for one year, their average IQ result was over 130 compared to the norm for their peers which is 100.

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