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How We Use Online Learning to Help Struggling Readers

(The following was originally published on Are you trying to help struggling readers in your homeschool? Take a look at how we use MindPlay to build fluency skills. My kids […]

MindPlay Virtual Reading Coaching: Assessment and Support for My Struggling Reader

(The following was originally published on by Lynna Sutherland   Like any over-enthusiastic, planning-to-homeschool mom, I started reviewing letters and phonics with my oldest when he was three. He learned […]

Middle School Struggling Readers Average Two to Three Years’ Grade Level Growth in One Semester

Reading Challenge: Middle school students are up to four grade levels below in reading. Richard Wiley, Ed.S., M.Ed., is EL and Tier III Reading Interventionist at Lou Mendive Middle School […]

Home-School Learners Testimonials

Home-School Learners Testimonials MindPlay helps when no one else will.   “My seven year old struggles. She’s twice-exceptional and battles sensory processing disorder, terrible anxiety, and likely dyslexia or some […]

Third Grade Students Learn the Power of Words and Literacy

Reading Challenge: Maintaining consistency in serving a highly transient student population with a large number of English language learners. At Red Rock Elementary School in Gallup, New Mexico, third grade […]

An Elementary School Principal Leads a School-Wide Literacy Transformation

The Challenges: When Dr. Sonya Campbell first arrived at Alexander Elementary School in Greenville, South Carolina in the fall of 2013, she faced a slew of challenges. The 450 Kindergarten- […]

Struggling Third-Graders Make Quick and Dramatic Gains

Reading Challenge: More than 50 percent critical ESL, ELL struggling and dyslexic readers “What’s powerful is that students can see and hear word pronunciations through an actual reading coach,” says […]

The Art of Transitioning a District

Reading Challenge: A Superintendent Implements a District-Wide Reading Solution To say that change has been the hallmark of the Manor (Texas) Independent School District over the past five years would […]

First and Second Graders Develop Skills and a Love of Reading

By Jeannie Kionka Reading Challenge: To ensure all first and second grade students are on grade level in reading, and to boost skills and enthusiasm for reading and writing in […]

How It Works – 2

Your child can be an A+ reader! Research tells us that 95% of ALL students can learn to read, but some children need one-to-one instruction. Does your child struggle with […]