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World Book’s new Early Learning site

World Book’s new Early Learning site

Where kids go to learn about the world around them while they learn to read.

World Book’s premier early learning site, Early World of Learning has undergone a complete revamp and we are excited to announce the launch of the new Early Learning site on August 16, 2019.

The site will feature most of the content that’s widely loved by our subscribers plus many new, fantastic additions.

New key features include:

  • Information categorised by 14 content worlds where they can learn and discover
  • 125+ videos and 350+ images to accompany content
  • 89 stories, nursery rhymes and songs, including 13 new stories from our Hello, Beautiful series.
  • Educational games
  • 400+ activities such as print & do, colouring, and paint by number.
  • A “For Grownups” section for parents and educators that includes lesson plans and support content to assist with teaching.
  • Device agnostic so now compatible with smartphones as well as iPads & Desktop/laptop devices.

There are so many reasons why you and children will love it:

  • Animated homepage to draw children in
  • Device agnostic for seamless access on the go, in the classroom, etc.
  • Proprietary stories utilising small bursts of content to support microlearning
  • Game-based, disguised learning opportunities
  • Early childhood curriculum reinforcement through videos, images, & activities
  • Continually added features and content based on analytics and user feedback
  • “For Grownups” section is filled with educator resources:-
    – Guided Reading Program
    – Organisation of content/sitemap
    – Curriculum Correlations
    – Lexile Levels
    – Lesson Plans
    – Downloadables
  • Lexile Levels on the front of the books
  • Ease of use with easy-to-find content
  • New learning opportunities with every site visit.

To discover these features for yourself, simply login to your World Book Online, Early Learning subscription on August 16 or, if you’re not a subscriber, try it for free via this link.

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