Letters alive is the first reading program designed to engage young readers through augmented reality letters, sight words, colors, and animals. Kids love to learn foundational principals like phonemic awareness and word order with the help of 26 endearing creatures that react to questions and statements created by individual students or in a large group.
Guess who led off the Opening Session program at the 2012 Annual Convention of the International Reading Association? We were tickled to see Logical Choice’s CEO Cynthia Kaye and Gerdy Giraffe introduce the origins of the popular Letters alive reading program to a SRO audience.
Letters alive is a revolutionary reading curriculum that uses augmented reality to teach students to read. Take a look at how students respond and react to this amazing supplemental reading program.
Letters alive is a revolutionary supplemental reading curriculum that uses the innovative technology of augmented reality to bring letters to life for students in the form of 3D, interactive animals.
Letters alive is a supplemental reading curriculum that uses augmented reality to teach students to read. In this video, we show you exactly how to put this cutting-edge program to use in your classroom with a hands-on demonstration.
Letters alive is a revolutionary supplemental reading program that uses the innovative technology of augmented reality to teach students to read, write and speak English in the form of 3D, interactive animals.
Students all over the country are struggling to read and the problem doesn’t seem to be getting better. Enter Letters alive, a reading curriculum that uses augmented reality to engage students all over the world to learn to read. Take a look to see exactly what the buzz is all about.
Jane Brittel, the principal at Lorena Falasco Elementary School in Los Banos, California first saw Letter's alive as an advertisement at the International Reading Association Conference.
The kindergarten curriculum requires students to know their colors, letters, and sounds before first grade. The components of the early literacy program include learning letters, letters names, letter sounds, phonemic awareness, and early writing skills.