Learning to read is a special time in a child's life. One filled with excitement, wonder and pride. I loved watching my children as they began their on their journey to independent reading. The awe and wonder in their eyes as the letters that once looked like a mixture of characters, now making sense to reveal words, phrases and sentences that work together and form the written word.
Reader Bee is a learning to read app that engages your child and encourages and improves their reading skills in a fun and unique way.
Every game in Reader Bee works together to create the golden "aha" moment when the letters become words, words become stories and your child becomes a reader.
Learning to read with this app is a joy because kids get just the right information at the right time for their growing brains to take in sounds and shapes of letters.
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The Reader Bee Off Screen Activities Contest is for people who have unique and fun ideas for teaching children to read. The ideas you enter should be games, materials or activities that will complement the Reader Bee apps by reinforcing concepts children learn when using Reader Bee. Submit your off-screen game ideas now — you could win a free iPad! Contest ends on January 15, 2015.
To enter, post the link of the pin to Pinterest.
The deadline is January 15, 2015. To learn more about the contest, visit the Reader Bee Contest page.
For more information about Reader Bee and the apps they offer please visit, Reader Bee's Homepage.
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