The development of language and literacy skills begins at birth. Children develop much of their capacity for learning in the first three years of life, when their brains grow to 90 percent of their eventual adult weight.
You are the key to your child's success in learning to read. When you read, talk or play with your child, you're stimulating the growth of your child's brain and building the connections that will become the building blocks for reading. Brain development research shows that reading aloud to your child every day increases his brain's capacity for language and literacy skills and is the most important thing you can do to prepare him for learning to read.
Our mission is to encourage all adults who have significant contact with children 0-5 to talk and read with them to help with success both in school and life. We provide numerous hands on materials to help stimulate your child's brain.
Early World of Learning uses narrated stories, interactive games and reference material for children ages 3-7. It helps with vocabulary, comprehension, phonics, and reading fluency.