1. StudyDog Learning
Sometimes all it takes is a friendly pooch to help kids read, and StudyDog Learning’s Adventures in Reading does just that. Aimed at young readers.
2. Compass Learning Odyssey
With an emphasis on assessment and individualization, Compass Learning’s Odyssey Reading/Language Arts is almost like having a teaching assistant in the classroom.
3. Lexia Reading
The key to Lexia Reading is that it tests students without their knowing it, yielding a personalized learning program that doesn’t disrupt the classroom routine.
4. Reading Eggs
Early readers can turn to Reading Eggs for help with the basics—everything from phonetics to sight reading of simple sentences to building vocabulary.