Improve Fluency and Comprehension Skills in Hours, Not Years
MindPlay Reading Fluency™ – a fluent reader trainer – systematically increases reading speed and reading comprehension. Fluent readers comprehend more of what they read and find reading more enjoyable.
MindPlay Reading Fluency™ (FLRT®) is now fully compatible with desktops, laptops, iPads, and other tablets.
MindPlay Reading Fluency™
enables students to progress at their own pace and level
provides reading practice with narrative and expository texts
includes a library of over 1,000 stories, levels K-12
provides comprehension questions based upon Common Core Standards
adapts speed and practice to meet the needs of all learners
MindPlay Reading Fluency™ overview
MindPlay Reading Fluency™ includes four self-paced activities:
Visual Scanning: uses shapes and numbers to practice efficient tracking
Word Match: develops automaticity for high frequency and sight words
Single-line Reading: develops right to left orientation and phrasing skills
Multi-line Reading: transfers newly acquired reading speed to connected text
Comprehension questions follow each passage and provide practice in specific reading strategies such as: finding the main idea, drawing inferences, and identifying elements of plot.
Preview questions and text clues provide additional support for comprehension.
Who should use MindPlay Reading Fluency™?
MindPlay Reading Fluency™ is appropriate for general education students who have basic decoding and word recognition skills and need to improve reading fluency and develop a broader range of comprehension strategies.
Benefits of MindPlay Reading Fluency™:
improves fluency by providing sufficient reading practice at appropriate rates of speed
easy to use, automated, and adaptive
improves visual scanning efficiency
provides guided practice in silent reading fluency
three or more stories can be read in one 20 minute session
MindPlay Reading Fluency™ provides multiple forms of student data information:
School, Class, and Student reports track progress for words per minute read, number of stories completed, number and type of questions answered, attendance, and time on task. Reports can be exported as PDFs for easy sharing with parents.