#ChooseReading with Speakaboos GIVEAWAY (3 Winners!)

#ChooseReading with Speakaboos GIVEAWAY (3 Winners!)

I’m excited to share a reading app with you called Speakaboos, and I’m giving away 3 FREE 1-year subscriptions worth $69.99 each (see below)!

Kids will #ChooseReading with the Engaging Speakaboos Reading App

Speakaboos is the reading app for kids 2-6 that turns screen time into reading time. With over 200 stories — both well known picture books and stories that Speakaboos developed — kids can read along with an engaging animated version of the book.

The words light up as the words are read aloud and this helps teach kids to learn how to read! It’s not surprising that this literacy app is well thought out. Speakaboos is developed by renowned educational media experts including Dr. Alice Wilder, Chief Learning Officer for Speakaboos and one of the world’s leading authorities on literacy through media. You might know her through her popular TV shows Blue’s Clues and Super WHY!

More Than Just Another Reading App or Empty Screen Time

With Speakaboos, Dr. Wilder brings her expertise in literacy to educational apps. Just as Blue’s Clues transformed kids’ educational television programming, Speakaboos rethinks and approaches kids’ mobile screen time with engaging and highly interactive educational digital stories.

Why is it important to #ChooseReading? An early love of reading creates life-long readers. Reading is the foundation of learning and sets kids up for success academically and later in life.

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The Speakaboos Library: Over 200 Stories with High Interest Topics & Characters

If a child is interested in what they’re reading, they’ll be motivated to read – and read more! The Speakaboos library is categorized by high-interest topics for kids to find stories they are interested in or discover new interests. Categories include Vehicles, Robots, Animals, Dinosaurs, Princesses, Bugs and more.

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Speakaboos  also features popular characters kids love including Sesame Street, Thomas & Friends, Sid the Science Kid, Angelina Ballerina and more. Many children’s storybook classics are also on Speakaboos including “Swimmy”, “Duck on a Bike”, “Peanut Butter and Jellyfish,” “Harold and the Purple Crayon,” and Maurice Sendak’s iconic “Where the Wild Things Are,” plus many more!

 

Download Speakaboos today and the next time your child engages in screen time, they’ll #ChooseReading

Designed to motivate children to read anytime, anywhere, Speakaboos can be enjoyed on computers, tablets or mobile devices. Speakaboos is available to download for mobile devices though iTunes for iOS, Google Play for Android and www.Speakaboos.com for the web.

Speakaboos is free to download and offers a 7 day free trial for all users. Click here to start your free trial. After the trial you can choose from a monthly or yearly subscription for unlimited access.

Speakaboos is also offering an exclusive discount for PragmaticMom readers. Click here to receive 30% off your monthly or yearly subscription today.

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Speakaboos GIVEAWAY: 3 Winners

I am giving away 3 FREE 1-year accounts, worth $69.99 each. Please leave a message to win. I will need your first and last name emailed to me so that Speakaboos can set up your account. Please email me if you want to try Speakaboos for FREE for one year at pragmaticmomblog @ gmail.

#ChooseReading with Speakaboos GIVEAWAY (3 Winners!)

For more ideas on how to get kids reading, please check out my collaborative Pinterest board: Reading and Writing Fun:

This is a sponsored post for Speakaboos. All opinions, as always, are my own.


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By Mia Wenjen, PragmaticMom

6 Comments

  1. Thanks for the introduction to Speakaboos. Looks like you can be in charge of what they read. Wish I had young children.
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  2. I love that they have well-known books – most reading apps don’t!
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  3. I bet Anna would love this program!
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