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How to follow a child's progress in the Reading Kingdom

How to follow a child's progress in the Reading Kingdom

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Our online reading program offers extensive reporting that allows you to view specific information on the results for each leven in the program and for each word a child learns. You can easily follow a child't progress through preschool, kindergarten, first, second and third grade reading.
Our online reading program offers extensive reporting that allows you to view specific information on the results for each leven in the program and for each word a child learns. You can easily follow a child't progress through preschool, kindergarten, first, second and third grade reading.

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How to follow a child’s progress in the Reading Kingdom
The Reading Kingdom offers an extensive report that allows you to view specific information onthe results for each level in the program and each word a child learns. Here’s how you do it.1.
 
Log in to your Reading Kingdom account and click on the reader whose progress youwant to follow. Scroll down to the Reader Report section. Here you’ll see how much areader has progressed through the entire program and where a reader is in the specificformat he or she is currently learning.2.
 
Below this you’ll see which levels a reader has completed and how a reader performedon each level.
 
 
Reading Kingdom Reader Reports Page
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To view specific information on the results for each level in the program and each worda child learns, click on the blue level descriptions within the reader report.4.
 
For instance, if you click on one of the Reading/Writing level headings, you’ll see thebooks that the reader is learning in this level, as well as their performance level in eachbook.
 
 
Reading Kingdom Reader Reports Page
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Most of the icons above are self-explanatory. If you see a “needs attention” icon,observe what the reader is doing for the next lesson or two and then contact us if you need assistance. This icon typically appears if a reader is not paying attention during thelessons. The “not required” icon indicates that a reader already knew the material andconsequently skipped the section. Remember that the Reading Kingdom is completelycustomized to each child, so each child will have a slightly different experience movingthrough the program.5.
 
You can continue to click further into the report to get more detailed information. Forinstance, if you click on the link to the book you will see how well a reader is doing witheach word taught as part of learning that book.Here you can see all of the words your reader has learned in this book and how wellthey learned each word.

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