Books are an important source of new learning for young children. They can learn how to read, write, speak languages, and learn about different concepts that are important for their social and intellectual being.
Reading and sharing stories can help your child learn about the world as much as they do when they explore through play. Learning through books helps develop your child's brain, ability to focus and concentrate, aiding them in how they interact with their surroundings. Reading books can help build understanding and awareness in different lessons and situations.
When it comes to imparting knowledge to preschool to grade schoolers, School Zone steps up its game in making learning easy and fun for children offering products that provide opportunities to learn in many ways making them grow smarter every day.
Children can learn the alphabet, numbers 1-12, colors, shapes, beginning sounds, matching, categorizing, and so much more through learning kits, workbooks, books, and flashcards. School Zone started as a retail outlet for teacher supplies and now offers products to help children. As one great idea leads to another - this is how the School Zone came to be.
Started by educators, Joan and James Hoffman started their business as a way to help teachers by providing supplemental education through books. While it is originally for teachers, parents started looking for resources they can use with their children at home.
Recognizing this huge need for such resources, the founders envisioned a line of educational products that would help reinforce and encourage their children to study and learn even at home. They then took their idea to create supplemental educational materials for kids to the bank and started School Zone Publishing Company and the rest is history.
Books offer many ways for children and even adults to learn, its importance to education as an important tool for learning is undisputed. Today, School Zone continues to render its mission into helping more teachers and parents encourage fun and enriched learning for children.