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By Sophia Garcia-Smith, 2nd Grade Teacher, Twitter: @MrssmithOP220

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There are so many things that I love about WriteReader. The phonetic and letter sound feature to help struggling writers sound out their words. The simple kid-friendly image search. The way that the teacher and student work to...

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In January and February, all primary teachers and students at a Swedish school carried out book project using the learning tool WriteReader. More than 600 books were written and approximately half of them were printed and displayed at a large book fair at the school. Booklets

The project took place over a...

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We are proud to announce our new image bank. The image bank is a treasure trove of pictures that will engage, motivate and improve children’s storytelling, while support writing skills. Currently, the image bank contains four themes – each with 12-16 images per theme. imagebank

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As a Ph.D. student at the University of Copenhagen I have conducted research using WriteReader to investigate whether student invented spelling is an effective way to develop kindergarten children’s understanding of the alphabet and for them to develop their ability to segment words into phoneme...

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Books

When students create books in WriteReader, they experience great joy and motivation by creating their own digital books. The motivation is further strengthened when students find that their books will be downloaded, printed and then shared with friends, family, or others who can benefit from readi...

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