The Early World of Learning stimulates a lifelong love of reading and knowledge and offers a wealth of resources to help preschoolers and children in the early grades grasp critical early childhood themes while developing reading and oral language skills. Narrated stories with word-by-word highlighting, interactive games, interactive reference material for beginners, and more help young learners build vocabulary, comprehension, phonics, and reading fluency.
Trek's Travels offers narrated stories, interactive games, and original videos that teach critical early childhood themes, including numbers, shapes, colors, opposites, and more.
Welcome to Reading provides leveled reading practice to develop and strengthen phonics, vocabulary, phonemic awareness, and comprehension skills.
Know It offers a richly visual interactive encyclopedia that will captivate early learners with non-fiction topics of interest and importance to them.
Welcome to Reading! This engaging online resource was developed to help pre- and early readers strengthen phonics, vocabulary, phonemic awareness, and comprehension skills.
2. Choose a level A, B, C, or D to view the stories, games, and videos in that level.
3. The Story Corner features a collection of stories, nursery rhymes, and songs with accompanying read-aloud and word-by-word highlighting.
4. Access the entire collection of Videos and Games from the home page.
5. Find printable materials for coloring, connecting-the-dots, and more in Print and Do Activities.
6. Play and download classic children's songs from the Sing-along collection.
Trek's Travels features a collection of educational games to complement each early childhood theme and reinforce learning:
• Sorting games
• Sequencing games
• Concentration games
• Multiple choice quizzes
• Jigsaw puzzles
Check out the corresponding Trek's Travels book series and help children develop essential early skills by introducing basic concepts and principles. Click here to find the books in the library's catalog.
The Story Corner offers collections of engaging stories, nursery rhymes, and sing along songs for more reading and listening practice.
1. Download audio files of the students' favorite songs, story narrations, and nursery rhymes. This is ideal for children who may not be read to at home and for those who are developing their English language skills.