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  • 7 months agoUpdated
  • Learning to read is hard work. Children’s brains are working overtime to sound out words and comprehend as they read. We turned to education experts, reading specialists and child development professionals to ask what we can do at Readability to get it right. Based on their expertise, we designed Readability to encourage little readers to proceed with their reading even after mess-ups to minimize frustration and not disrupt the reading flow. When we fixate on a word that isn’t pronounced exactly right or a word skipped, a child loses their ability to comprehend the sentence which is more important to their learning. The reading flow promotes fluency and comprehension which is vital to learning to read so they can eventually read to learn.

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