The Reading Game Starter App introduces your child to the Reading Game™ Series and enables you to determine whether your child is prepared and suited to learn reading by these methods.
The Reading Game is based on Sullivan’s Programmed Reading Course.
Comprehensive curriculum to give your child hours of happy learning – 140+ lessons with 3900+ questions.
Reading Game Starter has 5 lessons, 150+ questions and 1 assessment test.
Your child will learn to read quickly and effectively through a research-based curriculum that has proven results!
Your child will experience an environment of delightful games where LEARNING is the reward!
Your child learns how to decode words, not simply read by sight, so they can build on what they learn and develop extensive reading skills.
Spoken sentences will engage your child and connect written and spoken language for a deeper, more fulfilling learning experience.
Your child will be immersed in an appealing visual environment to keep them motivated and wanting to learn.
You know that children will be learning how to read on their own, the difficulty level automatically progresses through smart technology.
User friendly, easy access detailed Report Card at the end of each lesson.
Helpful Parent Zone - monitoring student progress, direct connection to help, feedback and other helpful resources as well as access to administrative functions.
Supports multiple students and allows the parent to adjust a student’s position in the lesson sequence.
Completely aligned with the new Common Core Standards.
A Complete Diagnostic and Prescriptive Program to Optimize Individual Progress in Beginning and Remedial Reading.
Based on comprehensive research the Sullivan’s Programmed Reading Course has had years of success in teaching children to READ, this program has been a staple in classrooms throughout the world and has the teacher seal of approval as a tried and true method that delivers reading results!
The strength of the program lies in the phonologically
arranged order or sound-symbol patterns in which letters and words are presented. The focus is on decoding or “sounding out” words with an emphasis on a gradual and logical progression of material.
*Note: Only available in English.