Here is an age-old question: Is it better to be book smart or street smart?\r\n\r\nIt is time to end this argument because both matter. Being book smart is to acquire knowledge from reading materials and lessons taught in an academic environment. Being street smart is to acquire knowledge through experience. Both are required to produce people equipped with the knowledge and skills to maneuver toward what lies ahead.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nAnother ballooning query is this: Is physical or e-learning better?\r\n\r\nAgain, the answer is both! A physical environment heightens discipline, accreditation, and creativity. Going online provides flexibility, technological skill development, and the ability to take individual instructions well. They go hand-in-hand to ensure your children are equipped to function well in this increasingly fast-paced technological world.\r\n\r\nWith these concerns in mind, HP is rallying nations all over Asia to be equipped for the new era of education. Incorporating the 4 aspects of learning stated above, HP\u2019s #ReinventLearning enables your child to be both book and street smart, through physical and e-learning.\r\n\r\n\r\nIntegrating the Best of Both Worlds in Learning\r\nThe future of learning has come into view with the advent of the Internet and technology. While digital has made a big splash in our lives, print is still very much a powerful medium. It has secured a place in the education world and with good reasons.\r\n\r\nHere\u2019s why: A resourceful printed material can be a child\u2019s new best friend. It has been proven to work wonders for children that learn through movements (kinesthetic learner) and hands-on projects (tactile learner) by developing their comprehension and motor skills.\u00a0\r\n\r\nPrinted activities are instrumental in strengthening the parent-child bond, too. Parents' participation in print-based activities encourages children to become more responsive and engaged. After all, you are your child\u2019s first and most important teacher.\r\n\r\nThe link between digital and print-based learning success is undeniably strong. Based on HP New Asian Learning Experience Study 2019 (NALE), 56.5% parents agree that having both elements present during the learning process can enrich the entire experience.\r\n\r\nBy striking a balance between digital and print, a new era of learning emerges; allowing a wider perspective on children's education. Without a doubt, print-based learning accomplishes the same depth of learning that a digital can provide.\r\nProvide Your Child with An All-Rounded Learning Experience\r\nThrough print-based learning, HP #ReinventLearning aims to spur creativity and tactile learning amongst the youth. Providing all-rounded learning for your children is now made affordable and possible amidst your busy schedule, through printed materials. Printers are now an essential tool to provide a wholesome learning experience that children require; more so if your children are aged between 4\u201310 years.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nWith the HP DeskJet Advantage Ultra 4729, parents, you can be the catalyst for your child\u2019s exponential learning. Equipped with wireless printing via HP Smart App, you can print from your smartphones or tablets wherever you are. Using low-cost ink cartridge, it can print up till 1,500* pages (*disclaimer: with black ink only) and supports borderless printing.\u00a0\r\n\r\nHP DeskJet Advantage Ultra 4729 is the perfect tool to get your children engaged and focused while learning. To supplement children\u2019s education at home via printing, let\u2019s explore a few activities your children can partake in.\r\nLanguages & Arts\r\n\r\n\r\nThis activity is perfect for budding writers or illustrators. Depending on your child\u2019s capability, print out partial comic strips for them to complete\u2014allow them to use their creativity. If your child can read, let them draw scenarios according to the words in the speech bubbles. If they can write, allow them to write possible conversations in the speech bubbles with the printed illustration as a guide.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nYou can also get them to write a speech bubble conversation for these superheroes from HP Print & Play! Visit the website for more characters to explore!\r\nMathematics\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nHere is another great way to help improve children's math skills even when they are not in the classroom. While you will not hand your five-year-old a RM50 note to play with, you may want to consider downloading a series of engaging printable math activities from HP Print & Play! These printable activities are suitable and entertaining for children of all ages. They aid in the development of the understanding of mathematical concepts in your little ones.\r\nScience & Technology\r\n\r\n\r\nModel creations make what children learn online and in school come to life. Whether it's buildings, bones, or even planets around the solar system, nothing makes learning faster (and \u2018fun-er\u2019) than getting hands-on!\r\n\r\nThere are many models available online that you can print and make. Just Google castle or skeleton models, print, and let your children start building them. If they are young, print stickers instead. You could use empty milk cartons as buildings and allow your children to stick printed stickers of windows, doors, and pipes on the cartons. Print a railway track, miniature doll house, or a windmill here - the possibilities are endless. And now you know why tactile learning through printing is a great learning experience for your little ones!\r\nLet's Print, Experience & Learn!\r\n\r\n\r\nIf you are new to print projects, now is the BEST time to get involved. HP is currently giving away RM30,000 worth of HP merchandise through a special contest that will stimulate creativity and encourage collaboration between you and your children. You can win RM500 HP vouchers while you play and learn. Once you have completed all 4 creative missions, your little team will be in the running to win the grand prizes worth RM8,000 each!\u00a0\r\n\r\nNow hurry, the contest ends on 7th of May 2020!\r\n\r\nThe HP Little Makers Challenges\u00a0are based on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), in line with the Ministry of Education\u2019s objectives. All you have to do is complete the Little Makers Challenge that involves making 4 different models (you can download them on the site). Once complete, take a picture of the finished project and upload it either on your Facebook or Instagram page (please ensure your account is set to public) with the hashtag #HPMY, #HPLittleMakers, and #ReinventLearning. If you do not have a social media account, you can also upload the photo directly on https:\/\/www.hpmalaysia.com\/littlemakers\/.\r\n\r\nNow that you have an incentive to start, there is no reason why you should delay getting print-ready. Invest on an HP DeskJet Advantage Ultra 4729 today and explore a whole new way of learning through printing.\r\n\r\nFor more information or purchase, visit HP Inc Malaysia today.