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This interactive web-based educational resource has been created by Australian
teachers for our littlest learners, children aged 2–6 years. Imagineland will
also be equally enjoyed by children younger or older. Imagineland is designed
to inspire creativity, grow imaginations and develop a lifelong love of music.

The Imagineland program provides families and early educators with a safe, trusted space for children to access entertaining and educational content.

Environmental awareness around sustainability, safety and the importance of a
healthy lifestyle are all key learning outcomes of the resource.

Ethics and morals form the basis for each story, providing opportunities for many teachable moments.

The resource has been designed to provide options for both on-screen and screen free time. This utilises our Imagineland Offline programs and ideas for both indoor and outdoor experiences.

How It Works

Much of our development, both mental and physical, occurs between the ages of 2-6 years. Imagineland has been created to ensure these formative years are filled with incredible learning opportunities that work to support and nurture children’s social and emotional, cognitive, language and physical development.

Families using the Imagineland resources with their children can experience first-hand the way in which development can be enhanced by sharing in the activities.

Simply log on to our user-friendly online learning resource and follow the prompts to access a catalogue of diverse, educationally approved content. Choose from a wide range of activities such as:

Deedely Dee dancing to music, surrounding by musical notes.


The original music that accompanies the stories and songs, promotes exploration and supports learning.

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Hairy Herby the insect holding his Imagineland story book, whilst wearing a red hat and yellow round glasses.


Colourful original characters and themes introduce emotions and promote imagination and creative thinking.

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Roley Poley siting down crossed legged, holding a gaming console wearing head phones.


Support cognitive development in memory and recall in a safe environment for our littlest learners.

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Fuzzy Wuzzy the colourful bear splashed with paint and holding a painting palette and paint brush.

Colouring In & Drawing

Children are encouraged to express themselves through colour, drawing and design.

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The four smiling gnomes from Gnomeland, back left Norman, back right, Trainer, bottom left Nicky and bottom right Nellie Gnome.

Conversation Starters

Encourage discussion through the exchange of information and shared experiences between children and their carers.

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Daniel holding an iPad sitting down pointing to the iPad screen.

Child Friendly Mode

Specifically designed to allow parents and carers peace of mind while their child is using a smart device.

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Rexzy the Rabbit wearing a brown jacket and carrying a pink book under his arm, with a pointing stick in her paw.

Learning Experiences

Target specific developmental areas and promote children’s learning experiences and success.

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Bizzy Buzzy Bee smiling.

Offline Activities

Explore our fun range of offline activities that promote learning.

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Smiling Donny Dolphin

Emotions & Traits

Understand, recognise and experience emotion through the Imagineland characters and their stories.

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The colourful characters and Imagineland kids share their stories and adventures through both word and music. Stories are told in a simple rhythm and rhyme to promote a sense of fun and exposure to simple words and text to support emergent literacy in children.

Young minds are encouraged to think outside the box and develop their sense of humour, curiosity and fun as they learn about ethics and morals from each of the characters on a wide range of topics.

Roley Poley, Fuzzy Wuzzy, Deddely Dee, Bizzy Buzzy Bee, Gnomes from Gnomeland, Kangy the Surfer Pompey Pelican, Hairy Herby, Gangly and Gorgeous, Rexzy rabbit, donny Dolphin, Ace the Horse


The Imagineland stories support emerging literacy concepts by exposing children to common letters, words and sounds through the introduction of each character. By following the highlighted text within the musical stories, children develop an awareness of letters and the sounds they make by listening to the audio.

Imagineland story book open to page with Sophia, Alex, Dan, Amy and Fuzzy Wuzzy.
Alex, Amy, Daniel and Sophia with ipads playing games.


Games have been specifically designed to consolidate the learning that has occurred within each story. The games are interactive and can be used by children independently. Our games promote fine motor skills, cognitive development, exposure to emergent language and also environmental and sustainability issues.

Fuzzy Wuzzy in the Imagineland forest waiting to play the Healthy Snacks game

Drag & Drop

Our Drag and Drop games support learning by reinforcing important themes and messages from within the Imagineland stories. The games also help children develop their navigation skills around a computer, iPad or mobile (smartphone) device.

Fuzzy Wuzzy with art supplies showing Create and Paint game

Create & Paint

Our Create and Paint game helps children develop their concentration, cognitive and fine motor skills. There is a range of templates to colour with a variety of different artistic tools for use. Children can use their recall to paint and colour as it appears in the story or create their own individual masterpieces.

Two images Deedely Dee with ducklings, image one shows three ducklings and image 2 five ducklings.

Memory Match

The Memory Match games have been designed to support learning by developing skills in critical thinking, spatial awareness and visual perception.


Music is an integral part of the Imagineland product. The compositions and production are by leading industry musicians who have worked with many early years programs and products.

The music of each story has been written to capture the audience’s imagination, evoke emotion and place them in the environment specific to the character they are meeting.

The song at the end of each story consolidates the messages and morals from within each story.

Exposing children to music during early years development helps them learn the sounds and meanings of words. Dancing to music allows children to build their gross motor skills and also to practice self-expression, creativity and imaginations.

Above all, music and dance are fun!

Sophia singing into a microphone
Alex playing the guitar
Daniel playing the saxophone
Amy with maraccas
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