Aurora, IL/2021: Those with any kind of difficulty in reading in the form of focusing, comprehension, fluency and more can greatly benefit from reading tools. See-n-Read is an online resource that specializes in well-researched reading tools that improve reading, studying, learning and thinking skills.
The online resource of reading tools is the brain-child of Dr. Sylvia R. Smith, a mom of two and a Doctorate in Instructional Technology. Sylvia spent years researching and testing various products that can assist in overcoming learning difficulties. After years of testing and research, she came up with See-n-Read tools that were a boon in helping readers get better at tracking, comprehension, fluency and visual processing of information.
Tools For Fluent Reading
- MemoryMark: Used for making notes, highlighting and underlining text while reading
- See-n-Read Reading Tools: A reading strip for minimizing line skipping
- See-n-Read Electronic Reading and Instruction Tool for PC’s: An interactive white board
- ColorTag Study Recall System: A booklet to help with reading, retrieving and recalling key information
- See-n-Spell Spelling and Vocabulary Quick Reference Guide: A guide for spelling words as per the American Lexicon
Benefits Of Using The Tools
- The tools improve concentration levels and enable faster reading
- Improve spellings and help in building vocabulary
- Boost the reader’s confidence and improve eye control
- Improve memory
- The tools are practical and affordable
- The tools are well-researched and help to make learning faster and easier
- Based on a classroom tested approach
- They are suitable for learners of every age
- The tools are U.S. Patent awarded
- An extensive online product catalogue is provided for ease of access to the tools required
- The tools are made of BPA free material and are non-toxic
- They are approved by the CPSIA (Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act)
For more information on See-n-Read tools, you can check out its website at https://www.see-n-read.com or call at (630) 236 – 5592. You can also pay a visit to 2533 Sutton Lane, Aurora, IL – 60502.