The expansion of this interactive education platform allows children of that reading level learn and retain new words and phrases through the completion of daily 45-minute reading exercise. WholeReader can dynamically adjust the difficulty of suggested material, so that is always matches the ideal window of aptitude of each reader.
More information on this service can be found by visiting https://wholereader.com
WholeReader is ideal for parents looking for reading apps that can monitor the progress that their child is making. An aggregated daily report is provided for parents which details the reading work that has been completed by a child.
Research has shown that children obtain a range of personal and practical benefits from immersive reading (wherein audio and text are aligned) at a very young age. In 2018, Microsoft ran a scientific experiment where the key finding was that immersive reading for 30 minutes or longer every week for just a few months improved a child’s reading proficiency by a full academic year. A famous study from 1998 also revealed that children residing in or above the 90th percentile for educational aptitude read approximately 2,000,000 words per year outside of school.
WholeReader gives children the chance to combine the experience of reading a book with listening to it being narrated. All books are narrated by real humans to make sure that the intonation and pronunciation of all words are correct.
To create a sufficiently challenging and engaging learning environment, children are prescribed a selection of reading materials that introduce a regular diet of new vocabulary. The platform has a number of integrated features, including the ability for a child to make notes for themselves and highlight bodies of text that they are having difficulty fully understanding.
WholeReader can be accessed with a computer or a smart device and functions across all operating systems. Students also have the opportunity to download books for offline use.
As part of the company’s commitment to helping as many children as possible, WholeReader is currently allowing new users to try the app for 30 days at no cost.
One satisfied parent remarked: “The WholeReader app opens up a range of learning possibilities that would not be accessible just by reading the material prescribed as part of the school curriculum.”
Interested parties can learn more by visiting https://wholereader.com
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