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ClickN' KIDS, Inc. Announces ClickN' READ Phonics

Posted May 22, 2007
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ClickN' KIDS, Inc. has announced the introduction of ClickN' READ Phonics, a reading resource that combines the latest research and core curriculum-approved courses into a series of 100 fully-animated and interactive online lessons that are designed to teach children how to read on their own via a home or school computer.

ClickN' READ Phonics is a patent-pending online reading phonics program that features an animated character who acts as a reading buddy for children, leading them through a series of fun and engaging online reading lessons. The program also includes student assessment reports, as well as printable practice and review exercises. Parents and teachers may receive a free online demo of ClickN' READ Phonics at www.ClickNKIDS.com.

ClickN' READ Phonics was authored by nationally recognized research professor Dr. J. Ron Nelson. ClickN' READ Phonics is also based upon research conducted by two independent research organizations, the National Academy of Sciences and the National Reading Panel. Meeting all U.S. federal and state educational guidelines as mandated under the No Child Left Behind Act, ClickN' READ Phonics automatically instills in children the critical blend of skills necessary for proficient reading - including letter identification, phonemic awareness, alphabetic principle, high frequency sight words, word blending, word families, word endings, storybook reading, and spelling, the announcement states.

The ClickN' READ Phonics reading program is intended as a learn-to-read resource for individuals of virtually all ages and learning environments - including home-schoolers, ESL, adult students, autistic, and dyslexic children, as well as public and private school children. It has been successfully tested in more than 2000 schools nationwide and in over 100 countries, according to the announcement.

For more information, contact ClickN' KIDS at www.ClickNKIDS.com.

Source: ClickN' KIDS, www.clicknkids.com


 
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