Traditional flash cards literally come to life with new 3-D technology called Letters alive. Teachers say the cards and noises are so real, kids no longer have to make believe.
Local 6 CBS News in Florida recently featured Letters alive during their Making A Difference segment.
CBS 11 Melissa Newton takes a look at Letters alive with Media Specialist Holly Hammonds. Lawson Early Childhood Center in McKinney, Texas started using this interactive 3D technology to start children with reading.
ABC Fresno stopped by Lorena Falasco Elementary to learn about Letters alive, a revolutionary augmented reality technology they are using in their classrooms to teach students to read.
3D technology is being used in the classroom and is transforming traditional teaching. Melissa Newton goes live from Lawson Early Childhood Center with Media Specialist Holly Hammonds to see how the Letters alive curriculum is helping Pre K students create sentences.
CBS News This Morning goes live from McKinney, Texas to explore how 3D technology is transforming traditional teaching. Melissa Newton talks with Media Specialist Holly Hammonds about a new way of teaching kids their ABCs
ABC news coverage of the new Augmented Reality (AR) reading curriculum that will change the way students learn to read forever, Letters alive.