New Apps for a New Year - Red Apple Reading

New Apps for the New Year! This Mom’s Review

Don’t you agree that a new year is the perfect time to incorporate new things into our lives? A fresh start with fresh ideas makes for an exciting 2014! In the spirit of new beginnings, Red Apple Reading is happy to announce the launch of several new apps – including Red Apple Readers – Island Adventures and Island Crossword Puzzle Fun – available in the iTunes app store. I was able to play around with these apps over the holidays and was very impressed. I would like to share what I appreciated most about Island Adventures and Island Crossword Puzzle Fun, and hopefully inspire you to download these great reading apps for your little one!

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A Mom’s Review of the Red Apple Reading Program

As you may suspect, I’m not only a regular contributor to this blog, but I’m also a Red Apple Reading customer, so I wanted to let you know how Katie is progressing with her lessons and share some thoughts on the effectiveness of the program from a parent’s perspective. And what better day to share than on Read Across America Day! Quick disclaimer: though I’m obviously a member of the team here, you have my word that my opinions are my own and as unbiased as possible!

Happy New Year 2013 from Red Apple Reading

Happy 2013!

A new year is upon us, and with it a flurry of activity for Red Apple Reading!  In addition to working on a whole new level to be released soon, we have partnered with LivingSocial to offer a special promotion for parents. This includes online access to videos and games that teach the alphabet, beginning phonics, and sight words, as well as a printable workbook, flash cards, downloadable videos that can be saved and viewed on any computer or tablet, and more!

A Prologue to Red Apple Reading (aka: Why I Left the Classroom)

Those of you who know me may already know the story, or at least part of it, but I thought it would be appropriate to start this blog with a back-story, so you know where I am coming from.  I have no intention, however, to make this blog about me and my experiences – who wants to read that?  My hope is that it will develop into a place of sharing for educators and parents alike, a place where questions can be asked and answered, information can be shared, and positive vibes can emanate.