Early learner

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Early
Literacy
Skills

Early literacy skills

Shool readiness

School
Readiness

Basic vocabulary

Basic
Vocabulary

Early Childhood Education

Imagine Learning is an engaging language and literacy software program that customizes early childhood education, giving young kids a better start. Through interactive instruction in pre-literacy skills, early learners build the foundation they need to succeed.

How Imagine Learning Helps

  • Develops kinder-readiness
  • Teaches appropriate content
  • Provides instructive feedback
  • Accelerates vocabulary development
  • Introduces literacy skills, alphabet knowledge, and print concepts

Case Study

Early childhood education students at Edwards Elementary who used Imagine Learning for
1 year WERE
2x AS LIKELY

to enter kindergarten with advanced readiness and literacy skills

Early literacy skills

Early Literacy Skills

It’s never too early to start learning.

Building a strong foundation of early literacy skills contributes to future literary success. Start that foundation strong with Imagine Learning. In preparing early learners to read, this program teaches phonological awareness with rhyming, blending, and sound-segmenting activities. To introduce students to print concepts and orient them to the features of books—such as reading from left to right—Imagine Learning highlights story text as it is read. For increased letter recognition, the program includes activities that build automaticity, which is a predictor of later success in school.

  • The little things matter most
    • Early literacy skills in
    • letter recognition
    • print concepts
    • rhyming, blending, sound segmenting
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School readiness

School Readiness

Getting ready for school was never this much fun.

Being ready for the first day of school takes more than buying a fresh box of crayons. School readiness is a measure of how prepared a child is to succeed in school: cognitively, socially, and emotionally. Imagine Learning was developed to help early childhood education children acquire these specific skills. Through engaging activities like playing word games, reviewing vocabulary, and identifying parts of a sentence in context videos, early learners begin to build important cognitive skills. Young students learn to follow directions and recognize numbers and letters, building their classroom confidence. Engaging videos teach children through peer modeling and interactive participation, always preparing them for what lies ahead.

  • Succeeding in school
    • Prepares children
    • cognitively
    • socially
    • emotionally
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Basic vocabulary

Basic Vocabulary

There’s something spectacular about our vernacular.

Early learners are more primed than anyone to learn new, basic vocabulary words, so it makes sense to introduce them to all the words they might encounter at home, at school, and in the community. The most effective vocabulary instruction exposes students to many different kinds of direct encounters with the same word. Imagine Learning presents target words in the context of stories, passages, and videos, providing each young student with a well-rounded educational experience. Young students develop key skills needed for literacy achievement through a variety of activities, such as learning related sets of words, creating scenes using vocabulary word pictures, and reviewing words in an organized word book. Early learners then practice recently learned verbs, adjectives, and adverbs by trying to identify them using the fewest number of clues.

  • Effective vocabulary instruction
    • stories
    • passages
    • videos
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Listening comprehension

Listening Comprehension

Now when it goes in one ear, it stays.

Listening comprehension is a necessary skill that enables students to understand daily and academic tasks. Listening involves not just hearing, but also interpreting and constructing meaning—and it’s essential that young children learn how to do it. With Imagine Learning, young students learn the metacognitive strategy of selective attention to improve their listening comprehension. In activities like Put it Together, early learners are required to focus on specific words and phrases to practice selective listening. Your Turn to Talk gives students the opportunity to practice authentic speech by recording each phrase and then listening to the recording.

  • Students are all ears
    • Activities focus on
    • selective listening
    • verbal and non-verbal cues
    • specific words and phrases
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Speaking–songs, chants, conversations

Speaking–Songs, Chants, Conversations

Say hello to fluency.

Sometimes it’s not just what you say—but how you say it. With Imagine Learning, early learners are directly taught contextualized conversational phrases through the use of engaging videos and activities. Students hear and practice authentic speech in a variety of examples. In activities like Daily Conversations, young students review learned phrases daily by seeing a video using the phrase in a new context. With Sing and Chant, students hear a song or chant and see accompanying text on the screen as the song plays. Activities use sight, sound, movement, and speech to engage young students. They’ll hear the phrases multiple times and then have the opportunity to record each phrase out loud. This not only improves their oral fluency and confidence, but also gives them plenty to talk about.

  • Plenty to talk about
    • Practice makes perfect
    • listen to the phrase
    • say the phrase and record it
    • listen to the recording
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