Reading Comprehension Game Improves Learning SkillsOctober 2nd, 2010
Playing Reading Comprehension Game Improves Learning Skills
What if you could play a game and improve your child’s reading and listening comprehension at the same time? It also sounds too good to be true doesn’t it? But a game really can improve reading comprehension. As a learning disability specialist and board certified educational therapist I have probably worked with every type of reading problem, dyslexia, learning disability imaginable over my 37 years or teaching.
Reading Comprehension Problems
The Comprehension Zone: Rocket Rap to help them improve their skills.
What The Comprehension Zone: Rocket Rap™ did for our child:
“The Comprehension Zone: Rocket Rap had amazing results for one of our children. We have been working with him on comprehension for years. I often have him draw pictures of what I’m reading, we act things out and we read just a few phrases at a time and ask him questions whenever we are dealing with auditory learning. He simply struggles in this area. I was interested to see how he would do with Rocket Rap.
We began playing Rocket Rap often. The improvement was rapid and dramatic! By the end of the second game he was able to play successfully and currently it is easy enough for him to pick out facts while listening that he likes to try reading the card himself.
For the first time in his life our child will raise his hand when Mark asks questions during family worship and he will know the answer. He will come up to us after church and spontaneously tell us something that he learned from the sermon. He is so amazingly proud of himself and I’m amazingly thankful.
For our child who has always struggled with comprehension, for these results, I would happily pay double. We’ve tried things similar to this in the past, we’ve been focused on this problem for years, but Rocket Rap has been the first activity that has been successful.”
Kimberly from RaisingOlives.com