Engaging Disabled Students like never before with Letters Alive

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Using Letters Alive Head Start and Early Head Start instructors in TX are engaging children with disabilities to teach them vital reading skills. One teacher at Herman Lawson Early Education Center in McKinney Texas uses Letters Alive in all three of her special education classes and says that students are making deeper connections with learning and are responding incredibly positively to the curriculum. The Lawson Center serves children who have learning, intellectual and physical impairments as well as other health concerns, and with the help of Letters Alive has been able to meet and surpass Texas Pre-k guidelines. A foundation of early literacy and an engaging curriculum is vital for children to succeed, especially when it comes to at risk children. Augmented Reality has shown that these children can be engaged in more meaningful ways then ever before.

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