27th March 2012

Are Squirrels Smart Or What Now On iPad

wrinkled pants softwareWrinkled Pants Software is proud to announce the release of Are Squirrels Smart, or What? – the third app in the My Word! Reader series, available for the iPad on iTunes. Are Squirrels Smart, or What? is the third in the My Word! Reader series. Word games in this app include:

  • practice with rhyming wordsAre Squirrels Smart Or What
  • short and long vowel sounds
  • spelling
  • writing exercises
  • vocabulary building

As students engage in the word games, they practice and review word analysis skills, thus building competence in learning the mysteries of decoding new words.

My Word! Reader is a unique and innovative series of software applications especially designed to raise literacy levels of elementary and secondary school students who struggle with inadequate reading skills, thus affecting their work in every area of the curriculum. High interest stories, with mature content and reader-friendly language, are the basis for learning to decode words, build sight vocabulary, teach phonic skills, and improve comprehension. The applications are personalized and customized for the needs of each student. Also appropriate for ESL students, the apps are self instructional, providing teachers with productive and cost effective learning resources.

Rated 4+, Are Squirrels Smart, Or What? is available now for $4.99 USD and is compatible with iPad devices running iOS 4.0 or later.

Previous My Word! Reader titles by Wrinkled Pants Software include Are Bees Smart, Or What? and Are Whales Smart, Or What?, both are available on iTunes for $4.99 USD each.

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