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FableVision is a Boston-based educational media company. FableVision creates educational software and story-based media for children and adults.

Founded by CEO Peter H. Reynolds in 1996, FableVision produces children's broadcast programming, educational videos and multimedia applications. Their products include software (BrainCogs, Essay Express, Stationery Studio), online curriculum (Get A Clue), books (Ish, The Dot, So Few of Me), animated films (Stories That Matter, Stories That Move, The Dot, Ish), and curriculum tools (The North Star Classroom Resource Guide, North Star Musical Journey, and Off the Path Math With Tobbs).

In addition to publishing educational software, books and films, FableVision collaborates with creative partners and producers to develop animation and interactive solutions for broadcast, web, school and museum applications.


FableVision was founded in 1996 as a sister company to eLearning media company Cosmic Blender, in JumpStart, Museum Institute for Teaching Science (MITS), and Citizen Schools.

Organizations Associated with FableVision

The Blue Bunny is a children's book and toy shop located in Dedham, Massachusetts, founded and owned by the Reynolds brothers.

FableVision is a member of the Constructivist Consortium whose members include Tech4Learning, Schoolkit, LCSI, Inspiration Software, and Generation YES. The members formed the Consortium in order to support constructivist learning strategies. The Research Centre for Media Psychology (RCMP), co-located at FableVision's Boston headquarters, is also affiliated with FableVision through a partnership with the Fielding Graduate University.

External links

  • FableVision Official Website
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