The child picks up words from his parents and the people he deals with, as well as from the cartoon films he watches, whether foreign or Arab, and this is what Aya Walid, her sister and her husband realized. .
Aya Walid, 28, a graduate of the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, and one of the owners of the idea of cartoon films, said: “Cartoon films are my idea, my sister Dina and I, a graduate of the Faculty of Law, and her husband, the editor Hussein Bassiouni, worked as a school and dealt with children. And I was reading about positive education in order to know how to deal with children, and during my work I got the title of the best teacher, and this assured me that I was walking right.”
Scene from another movie
She continued: “Our goal with cartoons is to help mothers raise children positively, through stories written by me and my sister, who designs the characters, my sister’s husband, and we and Dina care before writing by looking for ideas for attractive stories for the child and at the same time we deliver a meaningful message to him, and we also have a team. A vocal performance by the cartoon characters, their voice is distinctive so that it attracts children when they hear them. Maha is a graduate of media literature and her voice is distinguished in the conversations.
A scene from the movie
And about the stories of cartoon films, Aya said: “The stories talk about the problems that the new generation faces, such as bullying and kidnapping, and how the child behaves if I am exposed to these situations, honesty, lying and greed. bad behavior.”
A scene from a movie
Regarding the categories targeted by cartoon films, she said: “We address children from 5 to 14 years old, and the stories have surprised many parents, and they began to interact with us and ask us to talk about specific problems such as cheating in exams, and they tell us that they watch movies so that they know how to deal with children in Situations like this.”
Aya and her sister faced some difficulties in designing cartoon films, which she spoke about, saying: “The difficulties that we encounter are reaching the idea of the story, explaining it through cartoon films, and delivering it to a child of 5 years.”
Scene from the movie
The participants in the cartoon films: Dina, Aya, Maha and Hussein
Aya dreams that her films will reach every Egyptian home, as she said: “I send my films to every Egyptian mother, and our films are translated in all languages and have a positive impact on education in every home. Thank God, we are starting to see the interaction of people with us.”