With Imagine Learning for iPad, teachers and students now have a classroom tool that provides engaging, interactive content for teacher-guided lessons. The new interactive format is captivating students and putting the world of literacy right in their hands. We recently heard about Jayla, an enthusiastic Los Angeles fifth-grader. She wants to be a teacher when she grows up. And for her, Imagine Learning spells success.
As students use Imagine Learning and become more proficient in English, the language support gradually fades, preparing students for English-only environments.
Imagine Learning now offers first-language support in 15 languages: Spanish, Portuguese, French, Haitian Creole, Korean, Vietnamese, Mandarin, Japanese, Arabic, Russian, Marshallese, Tagalog, Cantonese, Hmong, and Somali.
Somali language support is just one of the many features included in the latest update, Imagine Learning version 13. Packed with new curriculum, iPad delivery, and the new Action Areas tool, version 13 provides language and literacy instruction better than ever.
Putting early literacy right at your students’ fingertips
Imagine Learning is placing early literacy into the hands of students with the all-new app, Imagine Learning for iPad. The new app from Imagine Learning features rich media content and rigorous activities that have been specifically designed to help emergent readers. Imagine Learning for iPad takes core literacy components of Imagine Learning that schools have already used successfully, and puts them into the new format teachers have been asking for. Read more »
Imagine Learning has just been approved by the Georgia State Board of Education to be included on the 2013 list of K–12 ELA learning resources. Read more »
In Santa Cruz, Soquel Unified Elementary School District is taking creative steps to set up students for early success. Read more »