Ensure Success for Your
Early Childhood Education Students
Do you want your early childhood education students to
- learn print concepts,
- master letters and sounds, and
- succeed in kindergarten?
Trying to keep your early childhood education students engaged as they learn pre-literacy skills can be difficult.
Let us help you get your kids engaged and kinder-ready with exciting videos, instructional activities, and amusing games.
Your students will be having so much fun, they won’t even notice that they’re learning skills they’ll need in kindergarten and beyond.
General knowledge about text is one of three primary predictors of kindergarten literacy success.
In our storybook activities, children learn important print concepts, like left-to-right reading and distinguishing between words and letters.
Reading engaging stories with illustrated covers, exciting narration, turnable pages, and imaginative illustrations gets kids ready to read in kindergarten.
Letters and Sounds
Our engaging letter recognition activities prepare children for kindergarten by teaching them to recognize letters.
Students test their knowledge in exciting games where they correctly identify letters to build monsters, free aliens, and turn caterpillars into butterflies.
Developing phonological awareness and a robust vocabulary are two important aspects of preparing for kindergarten.
Our customized phonological awareness activities teach English learners phonemes that are shared in English and their first language and then introduce them to new sounds not found in their first language.
Students also build vocabulary as they are directly and indirectly instructed in hundreds of new vocabulary words.
Contact us today for more information on what Imagine Learning can do for your early childhood education students. Or, check out one of our free resources below.
5 Resources for Early Childhood Education Students
- Pre-K secrets for success
- 5 tips to get your preschoolers speaking
- Imagine Island TV show well-loved by pre-K students
- Research on early childhood vocabulary acquisition
- Why pre-K students and parents love Imagine Learning
Early Childhood Education: A Case Study
Do you know how students at Edwards elementary school in Chicago are building a better foundation to learn from? We do: Imagine Learning.
Progress Report: Early Childhood Education
It’s never too early to start learning. Find out how young kids can get a better start—with Imagine Learning.