Saturday, November 15, 2014

Red Apple Reading Program Review + Giveaway

Red Apple Reading is a reading program for kids that helps and assist your kids with their learning Journey.  It uses fun and games to encourage your child to learn to read or read better.

The site is very vivid and great animation.  I homeschool my son who is 12 but is autistic and is really struggling with reading.  He know his sounds but still can not put them together to read.  My son really loved trying this program.  I was really surprised how much it kept his attention since he does have ADD.  The programs where easy for him to navigate.  It is great because it puts no pressure on him to learn right away.  He can go as slow or as fast as possible.

You can go to the parent center and check the kids progress.  That is so great because as a teacher I really like to know how my child is improving.

Overall, I did not try this very long yet but I really love it because my son does.  This program will help your child succeed in school while giving them a boost of self esteem.

Want to try it for your kids?  They are having a free trail here.
They are currently having great holiday pricing too.  Save even more Money!

This part is quoted from the about section of Red Apple Reading
The entire program is designed for children ages 3-9 who are reading below a 3rd grade reading level, the essential years for learning how to read. Park Planet focuses primarily on Kindergarten and 1st grade reading skills, ages 5-7. Island Adventures has 1st thru 3rd grade foundational reading skills and is recommended for ages 6-9. They are both based on Common Core State Standards and can be accessed from any computer with Internet access, and are also available as apps. Carnival Fun will complete the program and is designed for preschoolers ages 3-5. It teaches critical pre-reading skills and is expected to release January 2015. I've had a lot of help building this program with a team of experienced classroom teachers, reading intervention teachers, a school psychologist, speech pathologist, skilled animators, highly trained web developers, and parents of school-age children. The outcome is a highly effective program based on the work of professionals who have spent decades in U.S. schools.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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Joanne Smith is the head blogger for Mom In Nebraska. She currently resides in Omaha, NE. with her family. She has a wonderful miracle *her Autistic son Timmy that loves electronics.* Joanne has worked in customer service her whole life and loves it. She worked hard in College and studied a wide variety of subjects from Biology, Chem, Web Design, Early Childhood Education and much more. Now she is a SAHM, Blogger and Homeschooler. Next task for Joanne is trying to take over the world..... or at least her little part of it.