Our Product - How it works
Interactive Family Literacy software revolutionizes literacy and family engagement through its multifaceted approach. With over 11,900 activities, it cultivates reading skills using the Science of Reading + Writing components—enhancing phonemic awareness, decoding, vocabulary, fluency, comprehension, and writing. Offering a dual-language framework, it supports learners in their online reading journey in both English and Spanish. This software encourages family engagement by enabling multiple logins, shared learning goals, and accessible progress reports. Its learner-centric design empowers individuals to control their learning path, fostering a collaborative and effective environment to improve reading while involving families in the educational journey.
Family Learning Software
For software to be family learning software it must include activities designed to help children and parents learn together. This is exactly what Interactive Family Literacy does. There are a number of family features that encourage family members to learn together.
We encourage family members to work together by allowing multiple family members to log in at the same time and share the screen. That’s the most fun, and the most effective.
Setting Learning Goals
The goals that you share with others are the goals that you achieve. We encourage both children and adults to set learning goals, and they must both sign off on the goals to set them.
All family members have access not only to their own reports, but to the reports of all other family members, even when they log in alone. This enables family members to follow their own progress and the progress of other family members, and to urge them to persevere and improve, and then see how everyone else is doing.
Individual Credit for Team Results
When multiple family members log in at the same time and master an activity, each team member’s individual record-keeping account is updated. This way, all family members get individual credit for everything that the entire team achieves.
Science of Reading + Writing
Current research has concluded that all successful literacy programs are comprised of the five components of the Science of Reading + Writing.
1. Phonemic Awareness
an understanding of sounds in language and how they form words,
ability to figure out unfamiliar words and learn to read them automatically,
know an adequate number of words to understand text passages.
ability to read quickly and without conscious attention,
ability to understand the meaning, implications and intention of text, and
ability to express thoughts in written sentences and paragraphs.