TURN SCREEN TIME INTO EDUCATION TIME THE STEPS TO READ MADE SIMPLE FOR BUSY FAMILIES

Watch their skills take off with proven results.

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Level 1

Building Blocks:

Letter-Sound Relationship

Children trace letters, unlocking a series of images from that letter’s sound. This helps children remember letter-sound correspondence. “Billy” then encourages your child to say the words aloud. This interaction further reinforces what they just learned.

Level 2

Guided Practice:

Building Words

Children build words using the word families and sounds they learned in Level 1. Your child can access visual cues if they need help using the sound tiles. “Billy” asks kids to record themselves reading the word aloud.

Level 3

Acquiring Word Skills:

Spelling

Children spell words that they hear aloud using the sound tiles. Once a new word has been built, “Billy” asks your child to say it aloud so they can hear themselves say the sounds.

Level 4

Learning Inside Connected Text:

The Storybook

A story is read to your child as the print is highlighted. This allows them to follow along. Then, children are prompted to touch letter(s) that correspond to a spoken sounds in a fun, educational game of beat the clock. “Billy” rewards them with gold stars and encouragement.

HELPING CHILDREN IMPROVE EARLY READING SKILLS

“It shows me exactly what we need to do to learn to read. It is all right there in the 13 simple lessons.”

– Megan, Parent of a Pre-K Son

“I loved that it was simple and sequential. It started with a letter and guided them through the steps of reading from tracing to finding the sound and then spelling. Sometimes, we give the kids too much. This was just right.”

– Annie, Kindergarten Teacher & Mother of Two

“Family time is already busy. I needed something easy to fit in our busy days. With See Word Reading, we can sit down for 15 minutes before bed or while waiting in the car.”

– Abby, Mother of Three

“This is great for reinforcing what’s learned in the classroom.”

– Ken, Parenting-Center Aide