Rosetta Stone has released a new learn to read, interactive program for children learning to read. This program uses technology as a tool for reading development, providing intimidate feedback to the children and easy to read reports to parents.
Here at the Educators’ Spin On It, we are often asked questions about teaching children to read.
- How do I teach my child to read?
- What do I do if my child is struggling learning to read?
- Are there any programs that you recommend for teaching children to read?
As an experience master teacher, and a parent of a reluctant reader, I was extremely excited to review this new program. I’m also a huge fan of the Rosetta Stone language program for adults, which helped me to learn basic Russian so that I could not only communicate with my in-laws, but teach my children to speak Russian as well.
- Easy for me (and my child) to use.
- A combination of phonics and whole language.
- Academic content and vocabulary integrated into each lesson.
- Engaging and fun for my child.
- Get and keep my son excited about reading, and
- Allows him to work independently.
How the Rosetta Stone Kids Reading Program Works:
What do you get with your Rosetta Stone Kid’s Reading Subscription?
- Over 600 units of content and 50+ games and activities
- Parent’s corner with tracking tools for up to 3 children
- Access on the go with the Rosetta Stone Kid’s Reading mobile app, available foriPad or Android
Pre-K Kids Reading Program Focus Academic Content Areas
- Print Awareness
- Shape Recognition
- Early Vocabulary Development
- Listening Skills
Kindergarten Kids Reading Program Focus Academic Content Areas
- Letter Names
- Rhyming and Sound Awareness
- Letter Sounds and Beginning Phonics
- Sight Words
- Early Comprehension Skills
- Advanced Phonics
- Word Meanings
- Reading Comprehension