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Read Naturally Launches One Minute Reader iPad App

January 21, 2013

Read Naturally, Inc. has launched a One Minute Reader iPad app for developing and struggling readers. The main focus of the app is to build reading fluency, but it also promotes comprehension and vocabulary development.

The app draws its content from the One Minute Reader leveled books with audio support. Since its release in 2005, the award-winning One Minute Reader program has been an effective solution for students who need extra reading support at home.

Both versions of One Minute Reader employ a research-proven strategy for building fluency outside of school. The One Minute Reader iPad app delivers this successful program in a highly intuitive, easy-to-use format.

The One Minute Reader app includes an interactive system for placing readers in the appropriate level of material and audio-supported stories with corresponding activities at each level. The app also includes a bookstore for purchasing additional content.

Read Naturally developed the One Minute Reader app internally over several months, collaborating with reading teachers and parents to ensure the product is effective for struggling readers. The app guides readers through the program so they can work independently.

Engaging, nonfiction story topics combine with interactive features such as the ability to tap on vocabulary words for student-friendly definitions, comprehension questions delivered in a clever format, progress monitoring graphs, and more.

All aspects of the One Minute Reader iPad app were designed to ensure that readers remain engaged in the act of reading and challenged enough to experience optimal growth.

Learn more about the One Minute Reader app

One Minute Reader Featured in News Story
About "Educational and Fun" Reading Programs

In a news story by WJHG, the NBC affiliate in Panama City Beach, FL, One Minute Reader was cited as one alternative to hiring a tutor in order to boost students reading fluency.

The news story stressed the importance of reading and mentions One Minute Reader as one of the new reading programs that are "educational and fun."