Tuesday, June 9, 2015

"Teach Your Monster To Read" Technology Tuesday!


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Have you signed up for "Teach Your Monster To Read"?  What is it?  Why is it free?  I can answer all of those questions!

The program is funded by the Usborne Foundation, a charity set up to support initiatives to develop early literacy and this is why it is free. The program is for children in the first stages of learning to read, or for older children who need a little more practice. "Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps" for the iPad is $4.99.

If you are interested in learning more about this program please click the picture above!

You do have to sign up or sign in.


Here is the app if you are interested in taking a look at it for your devices.
After you have signed up you add players one at a time to choose which game they will play (see below) or sign up multiple players!




Hang on there are some great options:

I love that I can change their passwords to something kid friendly on a keyboard.  There is even a place where you can download the stats via excel.  They also provide password cards for each student to log into the program.  What's not to love?

Yeah, there is a lot more to the program, but I gave you the basics to get started and it is FREE!

If you already use it or if you sign up, please let me know how you like it.



3 comments:

  1. My son uses the online version at school, and he absolutely LOVES it. I bought him the iPad app thinking it would be helpful for him to be able to do it more often. However, my son was disappointed as the paid app doesn't have as much as the online version. For the app there is only one level which my son had already finished online at school. I would definitely say it is better to use the FREE online version instead of the paid app.

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  2. To help make learning to read fun and engaging, our reading program includes lesson stories that are matched to the progress of your child's reading abilities.

    These lessons stories are part of the learning program, and comes with colorful illustrations to make learning reading fun and engaging for you and your child.

    These are the exact same stories and step-by-step lessons that we used to teach our own children to read!

    Find out here: Teach Your Child To Read?

    Best rgs

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