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The class clown, the quiet one, the teacher's pet -- your elementary-schooler is surrounded by quite the cast of characters. Let another crew of characters engage your child in a fun and educational way: • $17 ($40 value) for a lifetime subscription to ClickN Read Phonics & ClickN Spell • Online program teaches kids from pre-k to third grade to read and spell • Research-based curriculum features fun characters Why ClickN KIDS Makes the Grade These online programs are easily accessible from anywhere in the world. The self-guided interactive program simulates a real classroom, meets school requirements, and can help everyone from beginning readers to those with learning disabilities. You'll appreciate the included progress reports, and your kids will love learning to play the role of A+ student. ClickN KIDS's Website
Do dreams of reading for your child seem to sprint away quicker than The Road Runner being chased by Wile E. Coyote? Say goodbye to this looney tune and help your child learn the phonics curriculum with today's deal for a lifetime online subscription to ClickN Kids' Looney Tunes Phonics for only $19.95. Ideal for children ages 4 to 10, Looney Tunes Phonics incorporates the research based curriculum and instructional design of the highly acclaimed ClickN READ Phonics. Delivered online, 100 research-based interactive cartoon lessons teach the entire kindergarten to 3rd grade phonics curriculum so children can master reading skills in an interactive environment that is fun and easy to use. The Looney Tunes gang entertains your child as they learn with the help of new character Professor Wizbot, the on-screen instructor in Looney Tunes Phonics, who teaches one click at a time®. Working with our nation’s top universities and educators, Dr. Nelson's prolific research career spans nearly 21 years. Dr. Nelson has a national reputation as an effective researcher with over 30 research grant submissions funded totaling over $15 million, and publications that include over 150 research papers, 13 book chapters, and 7 books that focus on early childhood research.