Read Naturally Live
iOS iPad Education
*** OVER 150,000 STUDENTS USE READ NATURALLY LIVE! ***
Read Naturally Live brings the research-proven Read Naturally intervention for 1st-12th grade to Apple iPads, helping your students develop reading fluency and comprehension—and motivating them to become better readers, faster! With this app, your students can access their Read Naturally Live student stories in an experience designed to take advantage of the iPad’s capabilities.
*** A Read Naturally Live account and internet connection are required to use this app. Don’t have an account yet? Don't worry: you can create a free account and start using the program within 1 business day!
Read Naturally Live was designed by teachers for use by schools. Here's what some teachers are saying:
"The best program for teaching fluency and comprehension!
My students love it!" — Special Education Teacher, WA
"I have found Read Naturally to be an excellent intervention for building reading fluency. … My students are motivated to use it, and they can work for the most part independently, allowing me to work with more students at a time and still be effective. The Read Live version is the best!" — Special Education Teacher, MT
• Full access to 456 highly engaging non-fiction stories across 19 reading levels, for struggling and developing readers in 1st-12th grade
• Develops reading fluency, comprehension, vocabulary and phonics
• Supports Common Core State Standards (CCSS)
• Supports Response to Intervention (RTI)
• Student progress syncs across computer and iPad
• Free iPad app for Read Naturally Live account holders
Need support? We’re here to help. Email us at email@example.com
You must have a Read Naturally Live account to use this app.
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We highly recommend that you upgrade to this new version for the remainder of the 2014-2015 school year.
This version has been updated to work with Read Live 1.7, which implements security improvements. In addition, the new iPad version includes fixes for bugs found since the last release, including a fix for a "Null Pointer" error message that displayed for some students.