Stop the Summer Slide in 2015 with Nessy Reading and Spelling
Summer 2015 is upon us, and for many students this will mean sliding backward in terms of reading ability. In many cases this can be as much as 6 months of reversal that wont be made up until well into the next school year.
Instead of seeing your child slip back 6 months in reading ability, help them slide forward 6 months with Nessy Reading
Say NO to Summer homework and YES to Summer homefun!
Systematic, sequenced approach which develops core reading
skills of phonemic awareness, word recognition, vocabulary, fluency, spelling
Students do not have to be struggling readers or diagnosed
with a reading disability to benefit, although this population will benefit the
Nessy Reading has undergone extensive testing which has found that the program significantly
improves performance for struggling young readers
Students begin their journey by taking a fun, animated
reading and spelling assessment which establishes goals and placement within
When used in the school, students have the option of also
working at home
Detailed student tracking and reporting functions built
right in, allowing teachers and parents to closely monitor progress
How much does it cost?
A regular one year license of Nessy goes
for $100. But, with the summer slide promotion code "stoptheslide" (without the quotes) you can purchase it for just $80, which
is about the same cost as two hours of tutoring!
Other comprehensive reading software
programs can run as high as $1500 for three months. In terms of reading bang
for the buck, you can't beat Nessy!
To purchase Nessy just follow this link and use the
promotion code stoptheslide and you will be on your way to better reading today!
Common Core Links
Does the Nessy Program address Common
Yes, Nessy supports common core
standards. More specific details as to which activities and lessons correspond
to specific common core standards will be available soon.
Windows PC or Apple Macintosh desktop
Broadband internet connection
Chrome or Firefox browser recommended
Full tablet accessibility by Fall 2015
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