Children around the world are learning to read and write with our app, and your child can too. Through a variety engaging activities, kids find it easy and fun to build foundational reading, writing, and comprehension skills while becoming proud and confident readers. This app is excellent for beginning readers, ages 3 and up, struggling readers, and English language learners. BENEFITS. Just 20 minutes a day builds skill and confidence. Successfully helps kids with ADHD and attention span difficulties. Proven literacy method teaches kids to read. Proven handwriting method teaches kids to write properly. Learning to read is easy and fun. Successfully helps kids with short attention spans. Children as young as 3 are learning to read with our apps. App accommodates up to 6 learners. TESTIMONIALS. "My 3 year old daughter uses the app, and I've noticed an improvement in her fine motor skills. She knows all of her letters and their sounds. I can really see her advancing faster than her peers." Rachel W. 2nd Grade Teacher, Grand Rapids Mi. Kids learn incredible reading skills. Our fun and easy-to-use program gets children READY for pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st grade. It also helps struggling readers catch up to their grade level. "I am astonished at how quickly my K-3 students begin to read when using this app. It is also an incredible resource for my students with attention span difficulties. All the kids love it because it makes learning to read easy and fun for them. Jennifer M. Reading Interventionist, Holland, MI. THE SCIENCE BEHIND EBLI ISLAND READING ADVENTURES. Our app combines important cognitive research on how children learn to read with innovative activities in an immersive learning experience. We develop confident readers by helping learners to progressively build necessary reading and writing skills including: Letter sound recognition (phonics). Proper pronunciation of letter sounds. Beginning, middle, and ending sounds. Correct handwriting. Spelling. Blending. Sight Words. Vocabulary. Fluency. Comprehension. Skills and Concepts For Educators. Skills. Segmenting: pulling letter sounds apart. Blending: pushing letter sounds together. Peterson Handwriting: correct letter formation. Fluency: reading smoothly with inflection. Concepts. Words are made up of sounds. Teaching the most common spelling for each sound (each 1 letter spelling has a sound that it most commonly represents). Words must be read from left to right. Letters must be written from top to bottom, and from left to right. 1, 2, 3, or 4 letters can spell 1 sound. Repetition of what was learned in order for learner to become accurate and automatic. Progressing to reading smoothly while accurately reading all the words. The EBLI System. EBLI - Evidence-Based Literacy Instruction was created in 2003 and is a system that teaches learners of all ages and ability levels to reach their highest potential in reading. EBLI has been implemented in over 200 schools and has been continuously refined through training and coaching thousands of classroom teachers, community tutors, and remedial reading specialists. EBLI was developed from what research has shown to be necessary to teach anyone of any ability level to reach their highest potential in reading and writing as well as from over a decade of working individually with clients of all ages and ability levels at Ounce of Prevention Reading Center in Flushing, MI. We have helped thousands of kids learn to read, and we can help yours too. Like us: https://www.facebook.com/EBLIreads.
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