If you're looking to carve unique and easy pumpkins this year, Imagine Learning is here to help! We are excited to release seven new pumpkin carving patterns of Imagine Learning characters. These designs include characters from across Imagine Learning's products, including Scratch and Candi of Imagine Math Facts; Lulu of Imagine Español; and Lily, Mel, and Booster from Imagine Language & Literacy.
Have you ever wondered why kids sometimes have trouble answering questions about what they read?
Imagine Nation awards recognize top 163 schools across the country for innovation, dedication, and stellar usage of Imagine Learning programs
Every year across the nation, close to half a million foster children go back to school.
You may have heard the term “growth mindset” quite a bit lately. The true power of establishing a growth mindset revolves around the idea that an individual’s abilities and intelligence can be developed through hard work, dedication, and the right kind of mentoring.
It’s hard to believe, but the end of summer break approaches. The question is–do you view the prospect with delight or dread?
When we think of games, we often think of them as somewhat trivial or just for fun, but can a game-based learning environment really change the way students learn and teachers teach?
Today is the first day of summer–also known by astronomers, scientists, and mathematicians as the Summer Solstice. The June Solstice takes place each year between June 20th and June 22nd and means that the Earth is farthest from the Sun on that day. This also makes students on summer vacation happy as there are more hours of sunlight to enjoy!
How many times in your life have you been certain that you had a concrete understanding of a concept, only to find out later – and usually at a critical moment – that you were not quite there yet?
If you have a struggling reader in your classroom, you already know how that student feels about reading anything out loud.
Every year, Imagine Learning holds a limerick contest for budding new poets–and every year, the contest is harder to judge!
Every day in American schools, teachers welcome more students whose first language is something other than English.
Students can solidify Spanish reading and language skills through even more standards-aligned activities in Imagine Learning Español
For the 2016–2017 school year, Imagine Learning now offers additional growth measures, language support materials, and a more engaging student experience.
Imagine Learning touts benefits of math facts fluency software for students in summer school.
Recent Utah efficacy study reports high number of positive treatment effects for Imagine Learning.
Over one million Imagine Learning app downloads indicate widespread national usage.
magine Learning Español’s v2.2 update showcases new content for pre-K through first grade.
Imagine Learning adds math facts fluency software to learning program portfolio.
Imagine Learning is thrilled to announce our inclusion in Utah Business Magazine’s upcoming “Best Companies to Work For” issue (Dec. 2015)..
Imagine Learning is proud to announce the official 14.4 and Cloud updates to its award-winning language and literacy software for grades K-6. The official press release for this new software update went live on November 30, 2015.
Imagine Learning offers 36 percent more content and Lexile® measures in its latest software update.
Literacy Assessment Uses Popular Reading Metric to Measure Student Reading Ability and Match Readers with Text
Imagine Learning announces its 2014–2015 list of outstanding partner schools and districts through its customer recognition program, Imagine Nation.
Imagine Learning joins growing number of ed-tech companies to sign the Student Privacy Pledge.
Imagine Learning joins the Education Elements personalized learning portfolio to provide educators with the best K–6 language and literacy software available.
Imagine Learning announces a list of outstanding schools through its customer recognition program,Imagine Nation.
Combining language and literacy curriculum with adaptive assessment to help educators individualize instruction.
SEG Measurement, an independent research firm, announced the completion of the first phase of a study of nearly 1,000 English language learners in grades two–five in a large California school district. Study results demonstrate that students in programs using Imagine Learning’s curriculum show greater improvement in reading than students not exposed to Imagine Learning software.