Introducing a new approach when learning to read – practicing the physical act of reading to children. The King-Devick Early Education E-Readers series include a number of engaging and interactive story lines integrating rapid number naming (RNN™), rapid object naming (RON™), rapid color naming (RCN™), and rapid picture naming (RPN™) exercises for children in Pre-school & Kindergarten.
Recordable StoriesParents or grandparents can safely record stories that children can playback at any time
Interactive GamesAfter each story, children can practice their counting skills with a number of interactive games
Reading DevelopmentChildren can practice accurate eye movements with pictures, numbers, objects and colors
Some facts about
eye movements and reading
- Eye movements required for reading are like other complex motor skills that take practice and develop with age.
- Vision alone accounts for more than 55% of the brain’s pathways, making vision and eye movements essential for reading – a highly intricate neurological task.
- Efficient eye movements may not be fully developed at the time a child learns to read.
- Eye movements in younger children are imprecise, requiring more regressions in which eyes must reread text which, in turn, results in slower performance.