Wrapping up the year

Summer is almost here, and we hope you have had a happy and successful school year. As a token of our appreciation for a great partnership this year, please use this fun, customizable video to celebrate all you have accomplished this year.

Fill out your class name below to create a custom video featuring the Imagine Learning characters singing just for you. Then, share your video with your friends. You can even print out a summer souvenir for the whole class as the perfect year-end gift.

Have a great summer!
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Brand new activities target core skills

The latest 14.3 release is jam-packed with powerful new content in three activity suites. The new activities teach core concepts about syllables and contractions, increase depth of knowledge, and develop critical reasoning skills.Screen Shot 2015-04-16 at 9.46.24 AM

The Points and Reasons Suite helps students develop critical reasoning skills and prepare for testing.

  • Points and Reasons uses peer modeling in a real-world situation to teach students how to identify, create, and support a claim.
  • Light it Up allows students to practice reasoning skills as they select the best point to support a claim.
  • Prove the Point asks students to read a passage, identify the main point, and think about the quality of suggested reasons to select the best point to support the claim.

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Announcing our 2015 limerick contest winners!

We had a lot of great entries to our contest and loved reading your many creative offerings. We also had the difficult responsibility of choosing between them! However, we are very pleased to announce our 2015 limerick contest winners! You did a great job. We hope you enjoy your prizes.

1st prize: Jack wins a $25 Amazon gift card!

My dog is a very bad boy.
He chews up all of his toys.
But give him a treat,
And he’s very sweet,
Unless he’s in a mood to destroy.

2nd prize: Robert Re is getting a Booster bobblehead!

There once was a colorful bug,
His name was, ironically, Doug,
He slept like a baby,
And acted so hazy.
He was really attached to his rug.

3rd prize: Julian Garcia, please enjoy your talking Mike the Microphone plush toy!

I once had a pet named Fred
he loved to chat and to be fed
he loved to eat bugs
and lay on rugs
there was hair everywhere because he shed

Thanks to everyone for your participation! Winners, we will be contacting you to get your prize.


Limericks for the lads and lasses

It’s the wonderful time of year again

To get some paper and pull out a pen,

Draft up a ditty,

If you think you’re witty,

Then share it with a special friend.

St. Patrick’s Day is approaching and we want to include you in our celebration with another limerick contest!  If you participated last year then you will recall special consideration was given to limericks with an educational flavor. If you think you can handle the challenge, show us your seriously superb stuff! We look forward to a litany of lighthearted limericks.

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Rules of engagement

Our new Cloud product allows students to create their own virtual environment.

Are video games a waste of time? Educators and parents alike are concerned about the time spent on video games and the growing lack of engagement in schools. But are video games a total waste? Some researchers have found that the principles behind video game creation can teach valuable lessons when it comes to educating and engaging our students. Imagine Learning Product Manager, Carter Durham, addresses the key findings in a webinar titled “Rules of Engagement: The Potential Impact of Video Games on Education.” You can view the full webinar here, or, if you’re short on time, read the summary below. Read more »