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    Does anyone have a special needs child, or a child with speech delay that have used the reading eggs program?
    What did you think? Did it help your child? Would you reccommend it?

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    Default Reading Eggs Program

    We use it at my school and it's great!

    I work with special needs children and I've found it to be an excellent program.

    Really engaging for the kids too - they always look forward to it

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    My son has a speech delay and has been using the reading eggs program. I don't think it's helped with his speech delay but he certainly loves it. It's a terrific program that really does help the users learn to read.

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    Default Reading Eggs Program

    Is the online subscription enough on its own or do you definitely need both that and the books?

    DD1 has fairly bad speech delay and a pretty short attention span. She's also very 'busy', I have so much trouble trying to get her to slow down, stop and think about what she needs to do before she does it. I'm having lots of trouble trying to find something that will engage her.

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    We didn't get the books. DS also has a very short attention span (we have a running joke about it being on par with a brain-damaged gnat). He plays reading eggs most days for about 15-30 minutes. It's very interactive. Why don't you try her on the free trial that you get and see how she goes?


 

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