K-2 literacy program offers comprehensive, adaptive activities
Pros: Focused design. Great skills coverage. Offers student-driven, adaptive learning with at-a-glance data.
Cons: Activities could use text instructions and better modeling. More support videos would help. No placement test (yet).
Bottom Line: An easy-to-recommend tool thanks to its broad coverage of key skills and nice balance of student-driven and teacher-differentiated learning.
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