Monday, October 1, 2007
  Chaos publishes i-board's Magic School for the home market

Chaos Created is pleased to announce that it is publishing The Magic School, an i-board educational product which is already successful in the education sector and that it is now available for home users through its digital store at

The Magic School is a remarkable new series for the home market, already a success in schools, nurseries and preschools, that places your child at the heart of the action using digital images making it a truly child-centred learning experience. Combining open-ended activities and interactive adventures the Magic School is rooted in Early Years’ good practice.

We are announcing, today, the commercial availability of the Starter Room for home users, with two more rooms to follow before Christmas - the Sand and Water Room and The Music Room. These rooms add on to the Starter room - to visit the new rooms, you simply click on the map!

In The Starter Room, you can:

Superimpose your own face onto the characters so you can take part. Make cartoon friends to play with.

Play the driving activity – design a road map so that you and your friends can drive a car around it – don't crash!

Decorate the room using the easel – when you finish your pattern or picture you can frame it on the wall.

Choose books from the bookshelf – listen and read along to a favourite rhyme – then make your own version.

Construct buildings and vehicles using the building block activity – what colours and shapes are you going to use?

Look after the class plant – how many flowers can you grow?

About i-board and Electronic Blackboard Ltd.
Electronic Blackboard produces focused cross-curricular interactive activities for teacher-led whiteboard teaching and for guided pupil use. Featuring a range of products targeted at pupils from a nursery school age, up to year 2, i-board is a critically acclaimed product found in schools throughout the UK.

Schools and nurseries should contact Electronic Blackboard through their web site at for site licenses and educational licenses.

About Chaos Created
Chaos Created is a media production group creating software for the PC market along with cutting edge web sites and film. Chaos was the runner up in the HP Award for Media Design in 2005 for its Melloweh demonstration and, since late 2005, Alastair Maggs of Chaos has been working for Electronic Blackboard Ltd developing an educational subscription service providing interactive applications for its i-board product.

Visit product page here

The Magic School is now available from our download store at

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  Chaos Created - Created

Chaos Created has arrived.

Over the past few years, Chaos has been operating under several brands which are now coming together under the Chaos Created banner.

Chaos has become an all-in-one media house, offering web and online solutions, software design, film editing and graphic design, all under one roof, utilising the talent base in the South West of England.

We are also pleased to announce that we are publishing The Magic School range of software in our online store.

More news to follow shortly, along with some special offers!


  Free Web Hosting Offer

Chaos Created is pleased to announce that as part of its relaunch as Chaos Created, we are offering a year's free web hosting (worth up to £150) for all new customers. Existing customers will be receiving news of some special offers for them shortly.
Chaos Created has been designing several websites over the past few years under the ChaosW3 and Chaos Development brand, and has relaunched as Chaos Created to incorporate all the aspects of the media that Chaos has been working in over the past few years.

For details of our packages, please visit our web section.


Chaos Created based in Portishead, Bristol, offers web site design servces, search engine optimisation, mobile app development, film production and editing services and more.

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