Free Online Learning Resources Your Child Will Love

Free Online Learning Resources Your Child Will Love

August 31, 2022 0 Comments

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As you embark on a new school year, we want to share some of our free learning resources to help make your school year one that is filled with success.  If you have kinesthetic, spatial, tactile, or visual learners, be sure to give these a try!  Our right-brained, kid-friendly materials are sure to become your go-to favorites. 


Sight Word Recognition

Try SnapWords

High-frequency words comprise over 90% of words found in children’s text.  SnapWords® utilize three primary modalities (kinesthetic, visual, and auditory) to bring children success in reading comprehension. Try SnapWords® and How to Teach SnapWords® for free today and see the difference they make in your child’s reading skills!


Letter Recognition

How to help your kids distinguish between b & d Differentiating between similar letters can be tricky!  B’s and D’s are one such example. Try using this visual and pointing out that B’s bellies both point away to the right. It is as though they are taking a walk while both are facing the same way! D’s, on the other hand, like to face each other and talk. Here is another visual that will help children tell the difference between M & W and u & n. Having these visuals and sayings makes all the difference for right-brained students. Give them a try today!


Number Sense

Number Sense

Let’s face it, math can be challenging and downright frustrating for so many of us! Let’s turn, “I hate math!” into “Can we do more math?!” Child1st math resources are designed to utilize images, body movements, stories, and hands-on activities to teach math in a way that makes sense to right-brain dominant learners. Start for free today with Strengthening Number Sense to give your child practice learning how many each number is.


Punctuation for Items in a Series

Punctuation is another one of those subjects that does not get a lot of smiles, more often the mention of it is met with less than enthusiastic responses. Teaching punctuation does not have to be hard, in fact it can be, dare we say, fun! The How to Teach Punctuation for Items in a Series activity is sure to bring fun and understanding to your right-brained learners. Don’t just take our word for, give it a try today!



Meeting the needs of your child’s learning style does not have to be daunting, you can find joy and success in the journey! Child1st is dedicated to delivering industry-leading multisensory reading and math resources so every child can learn in their own learning language.
Start your journey of learning success today with a variety of our free learning resources, specially designed for kinesthetic, spatial, tactile, and visual learners!

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