VINCI Expands Globally by Acquiring KindyROO China

Award-Winning Curriculum Brings Technology and Play-Based Learning to Early Childhood Development Centers in China

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. and OTTAWA, Ontario, Oct. 24, 2013 /CNW/ - Rullingnet Corporation, home of VINCI Blended Learning Curriculum for early and primary childhood, announced it has acquired KindyROO China, an early childhood development academy which aims to facilitate healthy neurological development for babies, toddlers, and pre-school aged children. This acquisition will allow VINCI to bring its award-winning program to over 60 KindyROO centers throughout China.

VINCI believes early education is critical for young learners, and offers blended learning programs and learning management tools which support a strong foundation for children, both academically and interpersonally.

"VINCI is committed to providing the highest quality content and education for children everywhere," said Dr. Dan Yang, Creator of VINCI. "The acquisition of KindyROO China will help us expand upon the successes we have seen in North America, and bring effective educational solutions to families in Asia."

Founded in 1982 by an Australian team of pediatricians and educators, KindyROO's parent/child classes involve a series of activities which combine music, movement, and language stimulation.

With the acquisition of KindyROO China, VINCI Blended Learning Curriculum will be introduced to over 30,000 members of 60 early childhood development centers throughout China. The blended curriculum, which combines creative play activities with digital courses, will be embedded in the half-day toddler classes as well as the after-school courses for Early English, Early Math and Early Science for 3 to 8 year olds.

For more about KindyROO, visit them at: http://www.kindyroo.com.au

For more about VINCI and their Blended Learning Programs, visit them online at: http://www.vincieducation.com/

About VINCI:

Rullingnet Corporation, the company behind the VINCI brand, has pioneered the creation of a new category of fun learning tools with the goal to engage, empower and educate young children. By using a scaffolding teaching method designed by developmental psychologists and education experts, VINCI's products and solutions deliver play-based learning programs for the home and the classroom. ClassVINCI provides curriculum and assessment tools for educators, and comes equipped with a cloud-based Learning Management System which provides diagnostic reports on student progress. VINCI For Home provides leveled curriculum for at-home learning and covers a wide range of subjects such as math, language, and critical thinking. The VINCI For Home program was recently honored as a CES 2013 Innovation Award Honoree.

SOURCE VINCI

For further information:

Danielle Chase, Burson-Marsteller, Phone: 212-614-4687, Danielle.Chase@bm.com

http://www.vincieducation.com