Early reading strategies for educators
Invite parents to join you, making learning to read easy and fun for everyone
Play Roly is a free, at home, playful learning program that complements and enhances preschool and kindergarten reading development and founded on the science of reading research. A fun, parent-friendly game (parents don’t need special teaching skills), Play Roly videos take care of teaching the foundational skills of reading. Parents can easily fit this daily two-minutes a day fun game into their schedules and ensure their child learns and practices one-on-one at home in a relaxed atmosphere—age appropriately.
Helping kids thrive in your classroom?
Play Roly eases the transition to classroom learning, giving every child early reading skills so he/she is ready to participate in classroom early literacy activities. Play Roly creates a positive academic and emotional experience in preschool and school, particularly for the kids at risk of falling through the cracks when learning in a group.
Sharing Play Roly is an early reading strategy to eliminate early literacy common barriers
When a parent engages in playing Roly for just two minutes daily with their child during the important developmental window of three and five years old, it will impact reading success in a few weeks. Learning letter sounds (often called phonemes), learning to blend letter sounds to form words, and learning to segment words into letter sounds are recognized as foundational skills children must learn in order to start reading. Early learning experts agree Play Roly can be trusted to give all kids the time they need to learn these essential skills.
A fun learn to read program for all kids
Play Roly, founded on the science of reading research, is recommended for all children, including those with complex learning needs and English as a second language. It promotes:
- A quiet environment where it’s easier to hear word sounds
- Repetitive learning with correctly pronounced phonemes
- Holding phonemes (letter sounds) for over a second to provide more processing time
- Ensuring blended phonemes are pronounced without breaks to sound more like speech
- Directing the child to watch lips and say the phonemes
- Practicing with play—this is wired into young kids as they happily do an activity, read a book,or sing a song they love again and again and again
Help the kids in your classroom thrive—invite them to Play Roly
Play Roly boosts kids’ confidence at school—they love learning through play and cannot wait to join in and start to read. It’s easy to invite the parents of your students to start Play Roly at home with their children. Sending out the invitations is fast and easy—you’ll see a noticeable difference in your classroom.
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