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Giveaway – $100 Gift Certificate!

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Enter to Win!

This month you can win a $100 Gift Certificate that can be used toward your purchase of All About Reading, All About Spelling, or any products on the All About Learning Press website.

Based on the latest research, our programs provide complete and comprehensive “no gaps” instruction using the Orton-Gillingham approach. These award-winning programs are “easy to learn,” and “easy to teach,” and are backed by lifetime support and a one-year guarantee.

How Do I Enter?

  1. Sign in to the Rafflecopter widget below and complete at least one task.
  2. Click the small arrow next to each entry option to reveal a dropdown box with instructions. Click the checkbox in the lower right corner of the dropdown box to confirm your entry.
  3. Completing the first task will unlock bonus entries which can increase your chances of winning.
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A Few Notes

  • The giveaway will be open until 12:00AM EST, Wednesday, February 1, 2017. Winner will be chosen randomly by Rafflecopter and contacted via email on February 1, 2017. If the winner does not respond within 48 hours, another winner will be chosen in their place.
  • An alternate prize of equal value may be awarded to winners residing outside of the United States.
  • If the winner makes a purchase of the giveaway item during the giveaway period, AALP will refund their order for the value of the giveaway item.
  • Upon request, store credit at www.AllAboutLearningPress.com will be awarded for the value of the giveaway item (excluding shipping costs).
  • If you’re interested, check back each month for our most recent giveaway winner. Good luck!

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Shawna Fay

says:

I love this curriculum it covers everything so that nothing is missed. I tried other spelling and reading programs and returned to this one. It’s the best.

Lora Sant

says:

My fourth grader was embarrassed that I started her on Level 1 in All About Spelling. She said it was first grade work. Spelling was something she avoided because she “couldn’t do it”. I told her, “There are so many other children who’s brains work like your brain, that they actually created a special curriculum to help.” She perked up realizing that she was not alone in this struggle. When she earned her first certificate she was crying tears of joy. After all her years of struggling in this area, this accomplishment was so valuable to her. She is happy to work on spelling now. No more struggle. Her self esteem and confidence in her ability to learn spelling is growing rapidly. Thank you for this curriculum!

Lora Sant

says:

My fourth grader shied away from writing, because she “could not spell”. She frequently reversed letters and struggled with her phonics. I started her with All About Spelling Level 1 and we are now half way Level 2. She has cried tears of joy because she realized that she is “getting it”. All About Spelling is helping me lay a foundation for her learning that other spelling curriculums never provided.

Michelle

says:

This would be awesome for next year’s curriculum. We’ve seen such a difference since we started AAR and AAS!

Anna

says:

Thank you for the chance to win!

Laura

says:

Thank you for the Penguin Pack download! My kids love these fun extras that we get from All About Learning. I love that AAR helped my daughter go from reading on a K level to reading on a grade 3 level in one year (according to standardized testing). But even better, she went from unhappily struggling with reading to begging to go to the library for more books each week. Your program is a blessing.

eileen

says:

been using aar volume 2 since my son was diagnosed with dyslexia 2 months ago. What a difference! My son is reading so much better and he loves his reading time now, he even asked to read from his reader for fun the other day. AAR is my three hundredth reading program (ok, a little exageration) but for the first time i feel like he is making steady progress every day! Will be using all AAR levels for him, and we use AAS for both my boys, dyslexic or not!

Emily Thomas

says:

The program has been wonderful for my family!

Sophia

says:

I use All About Spelling and Reading with my 2nd grade boy and it has been amazing for him!

Ashley

says:

My children and I love All About Reading and Spelling!! As a former teacher and reading specialist, I could not believe how easy and complete the program was. My son is reading way above where the average first grader!

Becca

says:

We are enjoying AAR 1 so far!

Jen

says:

Getting ready for level 2!

Jamie M

says:

We are happily working our way through AAS1 after switching from another program mid year. The multi sensory approach has been a huge hit!

Tawnya Lousma

says:

This is so exciting!! Thank you for the opportunity!

Ms. Redman

says:

I used Ortongillingham as a teacher and am so glad I found this program for my own children, just what they needed

My students love the activity sheets in All About Reading level 1 and 2.

My students love the fluency sheets in All About Reading.

Marie

says:

Thank you for this opportunity to get our next level of AAR :)

Colleen Wachob

says:

We love all about learning and are in need of some new materials as kiddos progress.

Karen

says:

Just started homeschooling and would love to try these programs!

Emma G

says:

I am new to homeschooling but have great things about this program and would love to try it out.

Amanda

says:

We have used AAS and are also using AAR Level 1 this year. Love them both!

Tracy

says:

Awesome opportunity for me! Thanks.

Aly

says:

I would love to get the next level for my son! He is enjoying the pre-reading now.A

Cheryl Witek

says:

I am a kindergarten teacher reworking our present kindergarten program into a Play-Based learning environment.

Jen

says:

Aar has been a great resource for our struggling reader! Program is easy to follow!

Leslie G

says:

The second edition looks great!

Yvonne Hurlbert

says:

Love giveaways! We use AAR and AAS, so I can use all the free I can get. :)

Sarah S

says:

Thank you for the giveaway!

Jalynn

says:

Love All About Reading.

Tammy Hansen

says:

I love All About Reading! I’m using it with my grandkids. :)

Sarah swain

says:

Thanks for the chance to win!

Sherry

says:

Thanks for this opportunity!

Cathryn Curtis

says:

Already have Level 1, looking to get Level 2.

Rolla

says:

Thanks for this giveaway and an opportunity to win!

Would love to get your curriculum in our home! Thanks for the opportunity !

Debbie

says:

Just started AAR3, and continuing AAS3. Making progress with my dyslexic 6th grader!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Debbie,
Hooray for progress! Keep up the hard work.

Kathy

says:

We have loved All About Learning products!

Kendra

says:

Thanks for the chance to win- it would be a blessing to receive the gift card!

Loreen

says:

I am a Literacy Coordinator from the Bahamas and I was looking for a reading program that will help my slow learners at my school. I literally stumbled upon this one and it appears to be quite detailed and easy to follow step by step approach to the teaching of reading and spelling and can also help parents where necessary. Thank you for this.

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

You are welcome, Loreen. I have emailed you a document that details how All About Reading and All About Spelling can be used in a classroom setting. Please let us know if you have any questions.

Amanda B

says:

We have completed the Pre-Reading kit, and are moving on to All About Spelling Level 1– We enjoy the multi sensory approach and look forward to continuing to explore your products.

Lisa

says:

All About Reading is helping us make significant progress despite dyslexia and learning challenges. Giving mom and D/S great support!!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Lisa,
I am happy to hear that All About Reading is helping your help your child make significant progress!

Nicole Smith

says:

This would be a blessing to us. We use both All About Reading and All About Spelling for our dyslexic daughter.

Lacey

says:

This would be a blessing to win!

Angela T

says:

We love all about spelling. This program has been the bridge we needed between phonics (sounding out words) and understanding the how and why of their spelling.

Roxanne

says:

This would come in handy when I go to buy the new version of AAR level 1. My oldest loved it

Jody R.

says:

I would love to get this! My younger daughter is in level 1 and I think my 7yr old would benefit from level 3. She’s already starting AAS level 2. The giveaway would really help us be able to get her started with it.

Christina Williams

says:

We use All About Spelling, but I am hoping to add the reading this year.

Michelle S.

says:

I have special needs children that could use this.

Lisa

says:

We use All About Reading and All About Spelling and we love them both! I love that the lessons are “open and go”. My daughter enjoys the lessons too. Thank you for these wonderful resources!

Natalie

says:

I recently ordered All About Reading for my five-year-old. I am also interested in beginning All About Spelling for my 7-year-old, who familiar with another program. This contest would really help!

Teresa

says:

my preschooler is trying to read! It would be wonderful to have the resources ready when he is.

Angela

says:

Thank you for doing this giveaway! I would love to get All About Reading for my next child. I used a mish mash of products to teach my 1st 2 children (before I knew any better) and while they learned to read it left many gaps I’m trying to fill in with spelling. I would love to use a solid curriculum like this with my preschooler when she is ready. Or use it on All About Spelling with my older 2.

Ma Yang

says:

AAR made reading so much fun for my girls. I only wish the whole entire program was available in an app form or as an interactive program on line so my kids could use their tablets or laptop.

Megan Nelson

says:

We love All About Reading so much. I recommend it over and over and over again!

Aimee

says:

My kids really enjoy All About Reading. I love that they actually ask to “do” their reading. Thank you!!!

Stacey

says:

We Love All About Reading. It has made teaching reading so simple and less scary!

Christi

says:

I have a struggling reader (6 years old, first grade). Should I start with Level 1 or the Prereading one?

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

That is an excellent question, Christi.

Look at our placement test for All About Reading 1. How does your child fair? Look especially at the phonological awareness portion, as that is the area that struggling readers often have the most trouble with.

If your child has a good grasp of all the concepts in the AAR 1 placement guide, then go ahead and start in AAR 1 with confidence. On the other hand, if there are a lot of things in the guide that he could use some more work with, the Pre-reading level would be a better fit. My son was 6 and struggling with reading right about the time the Pre-reading level was published, so I did it with him. He loved it, and after finishing it his reading took off (it was a few months before AAR 1 was published).

However, if there is just a few things in the AAR 1 placement guide that he is struggling with, let us know. We can give you some tips and links to help you build him up in a few areas, so that he can start AAR 1.

I hope this helps. Please let us know if you have any further question.

Toni Steed

says:

We love All About Reading! A program that is so organized and just makes sense of it all.

Aimee Dyson

says:

I direct a CC community and when asked about a spelling or reading curriculum, I recommend AAS & AAR.

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Thank you for the recommendation, Aimee!

S Eberly

says:

AAR 1 is helping our struggling reader a lot! Looking forward to moving through the whole program!

Heidi Tibbetts

says:

We haven’t been able to begin AAS or AAR due to lack of funds this year for extra curriculum. I keep a bookmark on the site though for when I can come back and get it. I think my son would greatly benefit from AAS.

Amy B

says:

We’re using AAR level one with our kindergartner and even our three year old is willingly joining in for reading.

Ximena B

says:

We love AAR and AAS. Both boys enjoy the lessons. Thank you!

Beth Yos

says:

I have really enjoyed using the All About Reading curriculum. It is very easy to pick up and immediately start using. Which is a great thing because I now work part time but can still teach my daughter how to read with this. Thank you!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Beth,
We’re glad to hear that AAR has helped you to work part time and still teach your child. You are welcome.

Deb

says:

Will need the next level for AAR! So thankful for your company!

Deb

says:

Used AAS with my oldest, now starting with AAR with my youngest! So thankful for your company!

Marika

says:

All about reading has been a blessing for us all. Thank you

Alisa

says:

Great giveaway! We are loving All About Reading so far!

Jen Dieleman

says:

What a great giveaway! I would love to try your program! Thank you for offering the giveaway!

Teresa W

says:

We are loving the pre-reading set and would love to move onto Level 1!

Debbie Mattson

says:

I love this reading program and can not wait to get level four!

Annie

says:

We love AAR and would love to get AAS!

Claire

says:

I would love to try your products!

Anna Wilson-Yue

says:

Love your products especially the cards.

Jennifer

says:

All my children have been good spellers naturally by reading a lot – but I have one child who spells terribly, and I am looking for something to use with him. I would love a chance to try All About Spelling!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Jennifer,
My oldest child just naturally picked up spelling, so I was thrown for a loop when my second couldn’t seem to get it at all. All About Spelling made a world of difference for her, and she now spells as well and sometimes better than her brother.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Sierra

says:

Wow! What a great giveaway! Thank you for the oppertunity!

Abby A

says:

We love AAR level 2 and would love to win, so we can purchase level 3!!!!

Tridh

says:

I am most interested in the solid program all about spelling offers. Thank you.

Laura G

says:

Look forward to learning more about this program …. & hopefully winning.

Abby

says:

I’m starting to teach reading to my younger kids but am not currently have much success, I’ve been eyeing AAR for a while now, and my oldest needs help with spelling too.

Lynn

says:

We are doing AAS with one kid and AAR with the other, and we have many more levels to go! Would love this.

LeAnn Taylor

says:

I am on the 5th day of the pre-reading program with my daughter, and we are loving it! I’d love to get the next level as well as All About Spelling for her!

Teri

says:

This would be so great to win! Thank you.

Kim

says:

I so want to win this! My just-turned-5 year old is ready to learn to read! Thank you for the giveaway!

Amy Cahill

says:

I have been looking a bit at this product for my struggling reader. I like the approach, it goes with what I am learning about teaching reading.

Leah

says:

I love AAR and AAS – both my boys have done so well with the program, and I would love to win the next level for them!

Derek

says:

My wife loves this program. Would love to win it for her!

Margarita Diaz

says:

It would be pretty exciting to win. My son is almost 6 and just started to read a little. Trying to sound out things. Hopefully we win one of these times. It would be pretty cool. Thanks for the opportunity every month to try.

Karen Hardy-Moore

says:

This would be great for helping us continue this wonderful program.

mimi

says:

We would love to win! It would be a great help for next year!

Jennifer

says:

Winning this would be such a blessing. We use AAS for my 8 yr old but would love to get AAR for my 5 yr old. My older one took to reading easily, my younger one isn’t there.

SR

says:

Just finishing up Level 1!

Ashley F

says:

I would love to get my daughter started on AAR. She is 6 and really struggling.

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

I’m sorry to hear your daughter is struggling, Ashley. Please let us know if you have any questions.

MaryAnne

says:

We love AAR and AAS

Charity

says:

We are currently using AAR Level 2 and 1 with both my girls and AAS Level1. My husband and I can’t believe how well our girls are learning to read and spell. Also my oldest, who is 6 years old at level 2, uses fantastic voice inflection as she reads out loud thanks to the frequency practice sheets phrasing practice. I’m a musician and we teach students to play using phrasing in a similar manner to actually make the music ‘speak’ as it is suppose to for the piece. I’m loving this program and I’m so glad I found it! Would love to be able to win to keep on with this program!

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Charity,
Thank you for your comparison between AAR’s phrasing and music phrasing. I know a little about music (played trombone in band for a few years), but I didn’t make this connection until you pointed it out. Interesting!

Thanks for letting us know how well your girls are doing with AAR and AAS.

Lisa

says:

Would love to start AAR with my daughter who has severe dyslexia!

Laura

says:

Would love to try AAR! Thanks!

Lindsey

says:

We have heard only wonderful things about AAR and are excited to start this amazing program!

Amber

says:

We’re using AAR Level 1 and Level 4 and AAS Level 2 and love them! This would be great to use as we need the next levels.

Joyce

says:

My oldest daughter who has a very low reading skill level is using this to reinforce what she knows but also to help teach her little sister to read.

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Joyce,
I think your using All About Reading to help your older daughter build her reading skills while teaching her younger sister is a clever idea. I know I have learned from teaching my children.

Anna

says:

I’m intrigued. Our seven-year-old is still struggling with reading, and despite trying different approaches, he’s just not getting it. At first we were pretty relaxed, thinking he will read when he is ready, but I hate that this bright boy feels as if he is stupid.

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Anna,
How heartbreaking for your poor little guy.

Here are some ways that All About Reading can help children that struggle:

– Each lesson time is simple and explicit, and will include 3 simple steps: review of what was learned the day before, a simple new teaching, and a short practice of that new teaching.

– Incremental lessons. AAR breaks every teaching down into its most basic steps and then teaches the lessons in a logical order, carrying the students from one concept or skill to the next. Each step builds on the one the student has already mastered.

– AAR is multisensory. Research has shown that when a child is taught through all three pathways at the same time, a method known as simultaneous multisensory instruction, he will learn significantly more than when taught only through his strongest pathway.

– AAR uses specially color-coded letter tiles. Working with the All About Reading letter tiles can make the difference between understanding or not understanding a concept.

– AAR is scripted, so you can concentrate on your child. The script is very clear, without excess verbiage.

– AAR has built-in review in every lesson. Children with learning difficulties generally need lots of review in order to retain concepts. With AAR, your child will have a Reading Review Box so you can customize the review. This way, you can concentrate on just the things that your child needs help with, with no time wasted on reviewing things that your child already knows.

– AAR has lots of fluency practice. One of the things that Marie noticed when she was researching reading programs is that few programs have enough review built in for kids who struggle to gain fluency. AAR has fluency sheets or a story to be read with every lesson, so children can practice reading smoothly with expression and confidence.

All About Reading has a one-year guarantee. You can try it, and if for any reason you feel that it isn’t the right match for your child, return it for a full refund.

Please let us know if you have additional questions.

Kristal

says:

We just complete AAR level 1 and are well on our way into level 2. I was going to start AAS level 1 with my daughter, but she has whipped through it. AAR really helped her pick up those skills. I would love this giveaway to move her onto AAS level 2!

Heidi

says:

We love these programs! My oldest started with All About Spelling and has learned so much so quickly! I love how he is really learning to spell, not just memorizing a list of words. We started my second with All About Reading and he is so excited to do his reading lesson every day. We’ll be starting All About Spelling with him soon and I’m eager to see how he learns.

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Heidi,
Yes! All About Spelling and All About Reading don’t focus on memorization, but rather teach the skills necessary to read and spell well.

Alla

says:

I love this program! I’ve used the pre-reading to level 4 with my daughter and now I’m about to start all over again for my son and I’m excited!

Michelle Long

says:

This would be great to win since we are ready to move up a level.

Jamie

says:

We would love to win this.

Kristin

says:

We would love to win. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

Ginger

says:

Very interested in this curriculum.

Crystal

says:

We love all about spelling!

Patricia Cook

says:

We just got 2 foster boys. This would be a blessing for us to get the boys up to their grade level. Thank you

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Patricia,
Thank you for opening your home to these children!

Rachel

says:

Would love to win! I am homeschooling my son this fall for K5 and love your curriculum!

Nicole Colletti

says:

Would love to win!! I’m homeschooling my preschooler aged 4year old getting him ready to go off to kindergarten! This would be amazing!

Rose

says:

This would be awesome to win. I could use it in my home-based preschool and in my OG lessons. Thanks.

Wendy Hoffman

says:

Would love to win!

Christine Smith

says:

Thank you for the opportunity to try your products! I have heard great things about them!

Eleni

says:

Love All about Reading!

Sheryl

says:

We enjoy using AAR and AAS!

Phyllis

says:

Have heard so many good things about AAR and AAS. Can not wait to start with my 5 yo ds.

Kendra

says:

We just started homeschooling, and it’s no surprise to see why SO many people recommended this program for reading! I can’t wait to see the results in my kids! :)

Kristi

says:

We are at various levels of AAR and AAS with 3 of my children. We’d love to win AAS Level 7 to finish it out!

Melissa

says:

I have two children currently using AAR and am about to start AAS!

April

says:

Oooo…. I would love to win for my new reader!

Melissa

says:

I am starting to teach my son to read and winning this would be AWESOME! :)

Meg

says:

I would love to win this!

Trisha

says:

We are using AAS and are ready to order Level 2!

Trisha

says:

We are ready to order to order Level 2 Spelling and All About Reading Level 1. We love AAR!

Kelly

says:

I would really like to try this program with my dyslexic, homeschooled daughter.

Julie

says:

Oh I would love to win

tina

says:

I love how easy it is to follow the step by step directions for preparation and then spoon fed what to say and do. Thank you!

Amanda

says:

Thank you for the opportunity!

Kristina Poehls

says:

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Robyn

says:

My youngest son is struggling to read. It might be time to try something else and your items look promising.

Anne Jetton

says:

Thank you for the opportunity to win!

Kelly

says:

This would be amazing!

Gina Puckett

says:

What a great giveaway!!

Leann

says:

I love this program. It works really well.

Alanna

says:

Thanks for the giveaway! We’re in the middle of the Pre-Reading curriculum and I’m excited to start Level 1 with my boys!

Rachel

says:

Thanks for the great giveaway! We love All About Reading and All About Spelling in our homeschool! :)

Christina

says:

We are on level 3 of AAS currently, would love to be able to purchase the next few levels!

Mindy

says:

I would love to win this certificate to use toward All about Reading level 3 for my son. The progress he has made using level 2 seems to come easily. Such a change in a short time.

Rebekah Garrison

says:

AAR has been such a blessing for our family! I have 2 children using it now and it has helped them, emincely, especially the eldest of the two. I plan to keep using it and add it for my son soon. It would be another blessing to win the certificate.

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Rebekah,
It’s great to hear that AAR is working so well for you family!

Judy Iverson

says:

Level 3 AAR would be a huge blessing! This one income, homeschool thing runs on faith!

Miriam

says:

My son is so excited to move on to AAR2 this week!

Nicole D.

says:

We could use ABR level 2!

Anne hatke

says:

This would be great! We are ready for level 2!

Abby Sines

says:

Desperate to start this curriculum with my daughters, hoping to win so I can afford it!

Emily

says:

We are working on Level 2 AAS currently, and the sequence is just perfect for us. Would love to win this to purchase AAS level 3.

Anna

says:

Your company is so generous!

Wendy

says:

I would love to win!

Rebecca

says:

Looking forward to using AAR with my children.

Stacy

says:

Thank you for the chance! We love all about reading and spelling and how it has helped my son!

caige

says:

We love AAR and AAS!

Charline

says:

Would love to be able to get all about reading level 3 for my son who is almost done with level 2

Jackie V.

says:

Love to try a new curriculum with AAR or AAS!

You guys are very generous! 😀

Lindsay Z

says:

Halfway through AAR2 and AAS1! We’re looking to starting our second semester today and finishing strong!

Kailash Hadia

says:

I thank to you I found your website. I was not familiar to your website but one day I saw your website and go through to your content and try to used your freebies , all resources are so relevant and useful and as per age of child but Orton-Gillingham approach I found in your website is new and somewhere all parents need to known to it. I wish to use it for my child .Thank you for all of your hard work!”

Donna P

says:

I love how many resources you provide. The app is a very helpful resource too!

Kristin

says:

I have three dyslexic learners and am ready to start working with this on the youngest!

Debby

says:

New to your site. I am Wilson and O.G. trained, but always looking for support with spelling instruction.

Heidi M Smith

says:

I was referred to your site for help with my daughter that has dyslexia. She struggles with spelling.

Rebecca

says:

I have been interested in this curriculum for awhile and would like to try it out for my son.

Jaimi C.

says:

I would really love to give your All About Reading A try!

Cinly

says:

Thank you. My son is thriving with this hands on program.

Angela

says:

All About Spelling is the best!

Christine Rigione

says:

Me and my girls love All about spelling.
They have come on so much since using your programme so I would like to say thank you from the bottom of my heart.
I really didn’t think spelling would ever click with my 6 year old but since using AAS she has come so far so fast it’s unreal. Thank you

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Christine,
You are welcome, and we are very pleased that All About Spelling has helped your child so much.

Elizabeth Wallace

says:

I can not tell you how much your program has helped my children!

Toni

says:

Really? I would love to find out how or why from other parents.

Robin E.

says: Customer Service

Toni,
Hopefully Elizabeth will describe how our program has helped her children, but in the meantime you might find Jodi’s recent review of our program on Facebook interesting.

Here are some ways that All About Reading and All About Spelling can help kids with learning difficulties:

– Each lesson time is simple and explicit, and will include 3 simple steps: review of what was learned the day before, a simple new teaching, and a short practice of that new teaching.

– Incremental lessons. AAR and AAS break every teaching down into its most basic steps and then teaches the lessons in a logical order, carrying the students from one concept or skill to the next. Each step builds on the one the student has already mastered.

– AAR and AAS are multisensory. Research has shown that when a child is taught through all three pathways at the same time, a method known as simultaneous multisensory instruction, he will learn significantly more than when taught only through his strongest pathway.

– AAR and AAS use specially color-coded letter tiles. Working with the All About Reading and All About Spelling letter tiles can make the difference between understanding or not understanding a concept.

– AAR and AAS are scripted, so you can concentrate on your child. The script is very clear, without excess verbiage.

– AAR and AAS have built-in review in every lesson. Children with learning difficulties generally need lots of review in order to retain concepts. With AAR and AAS, your child will have a Reading Review Box and a Spelling Review Box so you can customize the review. This way, you can concentrate on just the things that your child needs help with, with no time wasted on reviewing things that your child already knows.

– AAR has lots of fluency practice. One of the things that Marie noticed when she was researching reading programs is that few programs have enough review built in for kids who struggle to gain fluency. AAR has fluency sheets or a story to be read with every lesson, so children can practice reading smoothly with expression and confidence.

All About Reading and All About Spell have a one-year “Go Ahead and Use It” guarantee. You can try it, and if for any reason you feel that it isn’t the right match for your child, return it for a full refund.

I hope this helps! Please let me know if you have additional questions.

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