Record story page by page to chameleons.
Create a playlist of tracks to capture a whole book.
Change language with the colour tray if making a multilingual book.
Change language for whole book.
Play the audio for the page.
Play the whole story.
Add MP3 music to green.
Record to other colour while singing with your child.
*It plays green if there’s no track in other coloured parts of the chameleon.
Record while singing practice.
It can be used for any topic, such as colour, number, shape, animal, transportation, body, map and so on.
Add related MP3 music.
Record the name of this item.
Add music from a computer.
Children find the correct magnet and match it to the chameleon.
Audio matching game with activity book and magnets
Change languages or levels of the game.
Record vocabulary (level 1), description (level 2) or question (level 3).
Create annotated art projects
Record children’s comments after finishing an art project.
Record audio surprises with your child to the birthday card for your partner.
Create annotated birthday cards
Record your unique memories with a photo album.
Create annotated photo albums
Record audio hints to a map, mission cards or any object.
Record different languages or add related music.
Teacher record to green.
Students record to other parts of colourful chameleon.
with small groups of students
Children learn to form sentences and engage in conversation.
Record the answer to the question in advance.
Teacher asks a question during class. The student who answer the question can use Chameleon Reader to Tap & Play the answer.
Teacher prepares some pictures and starts to record the story as “once upon a time....”.
Students continue to record the story with their imagination.
Listen to the whole story together by using a playlist after recording.
Create story collaboratively
Better review after language class
Mastering a language is not easy. You need to interact with a real person (teacher), listen and practice again and again.
Students can better review and practice at home with the model pronunciation from the teacher.
Create sentences with flashcards
Children with special needs
Children with special needs such as reading disabilities and speech delay,
or international students who are not familiar with the local language.
Teachers, parents or volunteers of senior students record audio instructions to textbook and exam paper in advance.
Children listen to the audio instructions to learn.
Parents record some basic sentences in their native language in advance.
It helps communication between teachers and students that don’t speak in the same language.