Feedback of WriteReader app by Primary Reading Specialist

This post is about a recent feedback we have received from a Primary Reading Specialist, Pam Weldon, M.Ed. after using WriteReader app with her students. We are very excited to share it with you all.

WriteReader is a great resource to introduce process writing to young children (also my favorite)! My students love to use it to create personal narratives (this includes my most reluctant writers). This app promotes proper phonemic spelling and easily improves literacy outcomes for my young writers. Freely, my first graders become more confident in their ability to write. Through multiple modalities (visual, auditory, tactile, kinesthetic), my students learn to sound out words from their speaking vocabulary and write exactly what he/she hears. This process promotes proper sound/letter associations; thus, my students write what they say and read what they have written. More importantly, this App allows me to correct student writing samples without crossing out and/or marking up stories with red ink! Without a doubt, my students and I give this App five stars! ✪ ✪ ✪ ✪ ✪

Pam Weldon, M.Ed.

Primary Reading Specialist

See below some personal thoughts shared by the students:

“I like the Write to Read App because I can write fast’

’…it helps me to think, think, think and write about something that happened in my life…’

“I can make a book.not have to think hard to write words.’

’If I make mistakes, I can fix it and not make holes in the paper..’

’I can write a story that really happened.’

’It's fun to make a book…’

’It's easy to write words and make pictures for a story’

’if I go somewhere, I can write about it on the iPad’

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