The program resolved what we set out to address, she was missing phonemic sounds and the program/pictures helped her with that. The pictures served as a good tool to fill in the sounds that were missing and once that was addressed, she read more fluently. She did not love the program at the beginning, but she loved the games! So, to get through the reading and be rewarding with a fun game was motivation. The latter part of the program was more fun, because she could see how much her reading had improved and hear how much more fluent she had become. Thank you!
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