After using Footsteps2Brilliance during a 1-hour visit to a learning center 5 days per week across 8 weeks, these Grade 1 children in Pakistan are beginning to read in English.
Mineola School District launched their Read2Succeed Early Learning Initiative.
Dr Jeanette Ball, Superintendent of Uvalde CISD issues 30 Million Word Challenge
Eagle County launches “Reading is my Super Power” initiative in partnership with Footsteps2Brilliance.
Tammy Schiff & Heather Eberts discuss the Reading is My Superpower and Footsteps2Brilliance with TV8 Good Morning Vail
Osceola Reads is a literacy initiative that provides the reading app Footsteps2Brilliance to all Osceola County children, completely free. They have created tablet tables that allow children to use Footsteps2Brilliance in medical centers. Parents can download the app onto their phones and tablets when in the waiting rooms.
Register at myf2b.com/register/covington
Dialogic reading, or shared reading, is having a conversation with your child about a book. Instead of reading a book to your child, let them tell a story about a picture in the book.
The Early Literacy Zone of North Central Massachusetts enables the United Way and partnering districts to offer the award-winning Footsteps2Brilliance® and Clever Kids University® early literacy mobile apps in English and Spanish for FREE to all children birth to 3rd grade in their communities