This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Reading Eggs.
I love to read. It makes me so happy to see that my oldest child loves reading too. (He’s reading above his grade level and I think that make a big difference in his enjoyment.) My youngest child, on the other hand, struggles with her reading. I don’t know if her struggles are because I didn’t spend as much time reading with her or if she is taking after her dad- who can’t even stand to read a magazine.
We try to read a little every day after school or before bed, but I’m always looking for other ways to help her improve on her reading skills. I got an email recently, inviting me to test out the new online Reading Eggs program. I took a quick look at what it was and you better believe, I accepted as quick as I could!
Reading Eggs is an online learning program with fun games, interactive animations, great songs, books and rewards to help children learn to read. It supports each child’s learning by offering individual, one-on-one lessons that allow children to progress at their own rate. Because it’s fun, children will want to play again and again.
When you first log into Reading Eggs, it takes your child through an (up to) 60 question skills test to ensure they are starting at the right level. I love that we were able to skip right through the stuff she already knew and got right to learning at her skill level! (We started at level 80.)
And books she can read:
Older children are not left out either. There are levels designed for children up to 13 years. (Called Reading Eggspress.) With over 1500 ebooks in the library and games that help with vocabulary, spelling and reading comprehension, your older child will find tons of books and games to keep his or her interest.
Just a couple of screen shots from the Reading Eggspress: (My son loves non fiction books, but there are tons of others to choose from.)
One of the vocabulary games:
Reading Eggs is ipad and Android tablet compatible. It also worked on my windows tablet and we were able to access the library on our Kindle, but have not tested any of the games yet to see if they are Kindle compatible. (I’ll test it out and come back and update the post later.)
I am loving this program! After you’ve checked it out, please come back and let me know what you think! (I hope you are as excited about it as I am!)
(Just click on “a rafflecopter giveaway.”)
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Reading Eggs, but the opinions are 100% my own!