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Kids learn the fundamentals of reading through interactive storybook adventures
5 day camp – 3 hours of instruction per day
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Letter Identification, Rhyming/Decoding, Spelling/Encoding, Read/Reading Comprehension
Improved overall performance
Preschool children who watched Super WHY! performed significantly better on nearly all program specific measures and most of the standardized measures of early reading achievement when compared with those preschool children who watched an alternate program.
High levels of engagement – Nearly all of the children (97 percent) who rated the show and its characters gave Super WHY! high marks, so not only are young viewers learning, but they also find the content entertaining and engaging.
Growth on targeted literacy skills – Super WHY! viewers’ pre-test to post-test gain on tasks that measured phonological and phonemic awareness averaged 29 percent compared with an average gain of 13 percent for children in the control group.
Improved pre-reading skills – Children participating in the Super WHY! group were 24 percent faster at naming letters and 44 percent faster at naming sounds when compared to children in the control group.
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