Parents' Guide to

Encantos Learning Hub

By Erin Brereton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Language, geography learning site is off to a strong start.

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This site's hands-on activities can help kids learn content in two separate languages. Some of the lessons on the Encantos Learning Hub allow kids to personalize them, which can help motivate them to learn. For example, kids are asked to create a map of their home in one Tiny Travelers section activity. They'll watch videos, where a host reads a Spanish storybook and offers some instruction. They'll also do a fair amount of coloring, and sometimes cut and paste portions of activity sheets parents can download from the site.

Currently, there aren't a ton of lessons -- as of late March 2020, each of the two sections contained about eight items. Some portions seem as if they're not fully fleshed out yet. While the Tiny Travelers section's intro says kids will learn about culture and history, there isn't much information about either topic yet in the section. The site's creators mention that more items will be added weekly, though, and they've clearly put in effort to make the available activities rewarding. A number include notes for parents with suggestions to help them enhance the learning experience, such as reading the directions out loud. Some mention possible extension exercises they can use to build on the activity. In one, kids create cards featuring land and water forms, which can be used to play a matching game. An additional item even suggests parents consider asking kids to find examples of islands, lakes, and other forms in their neighborhood or state. Some lessons also mention a discussion parents could initiate after kids finish an activity. If Encantos Learning Hub continues to add that type of quality content on a regular basis, over time, the site should become a truly valuable resource to help kids learn about both language and geography at home.

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