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Interactive, online comprehension programme????

Discussion in 'English' started by haywj025, Jan 11, 2012.

  1. Hi All,

    We currently subscribe to the Mathletics programme, which is hugely popular with our children, and are now looking for something similar for reading. We are thinking more for KS2, with a comprehension basis. I realise that 3P learning do produce a reading programme, but it appears more suitable to KS1 and not so focused on the comprehension skill. We're after something that can be accessed at home with parents.

    Thanks for your thoughts!
     
  2. Hi All,

    We currently subscribe to the Mathletics programme, which is hugely popular with our children, and are now looking for something similar for reading. We are thinking more for KS2, with a comprehension basis. I realise that 3P learning do produce a reading programme, but it appears more suitable to KS1 and not so focused on the comprehension skill. We're after something that can be accessed at home with parents.

    Thanks for your thoughts!
     
  3. Hello,
    I'm not too sure if this will help you but all the same, give the company a shout, they look like there on the ball.
    http://gametolearn.net/ks2.php
    Hope this helps,
    Alan Reid
     

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