PURPOSE: The purpose of this paper was to develop a CD program of applied logotherapy to improve the quality of life of adolescents with terminal cancer. METHOD: Keller's ARCS theory and a model for developing internet learning materials (Kang) used to develop this program was comprised of four distinct phases: planning, designing, development, and execution stages. RESULTS: This program was entitled 'Finding treasures in my life' and consisted of 5 sessions and its educational content was as follows: Treasure One, 'learning the three natures of the human mind', Treasure Two, 'learning creative value as the first method to find meaning in life', Treasure Three, 'learning experiential value as the second method to find meaning in life', Treasure Four, 'learning attitudinal value as the third method to find meaning in life', and Treasure Five, 'Becoming the master of my own life'. The sub-menu was made up of 'Beginning', 'What is it?', 'Travelling'. 'Laughing Song', 'End'. CONCLUSIONS: This CD program applied logotherapy with flash animation techniques as an emotional and spiritual nursing intervention program for easier and more scientific application in pediatric oncology and hospice care.