Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/03/2014 -- MaxScholar LLC is commemorating the launch of MaxPhonics program. It’s a new reading and leaning software for students at grade levels and beyond, to enhance their reading skills and also instill confidence in struggling readers.
To enter the contest, members will have to share a tweet with @MaxScholarLLC with the hashtag #ReadBetterWithMaxPhonics and give a reason why they want their English kids to enjoy their reading software. Those on Twitter have the chance to win, because MaxScholar is awarding everyone who shares a tweet with @MaxScholarLLC. As a winner, the person will receive free access to their MaxPhonics software for 3 months. Winners will be contacted via a direct message on Twitter and will also be announced through their blog.
The contest’s submission deadline is Monday 15th September, 2014 10 a.m. EST for families living in the United States of America. “At MaxScholar we know how important it is for kids to improve their reading skills and the impact that being able to read fluently and at a grade-level pace has on the way children develop reading comprehension skills and build up their vocabulary,” said James, one of the sponsors of the contest. “This is why we have developed our MaxPhonics program, which allows school children learn how to pronounce the different sounds correctly and how to blend them in a seamless manner.”
The web-based reading and learning software is to allow students improve their reading skills and phonics. User can take advantage of this content to gain the opportunity to learn more and as well instill confidence in them.
MaxScholar, LLC creates a web-based learning software. In addition to this new software, all of Maxscholar’s interactive content – including monitoring tool, easy implementation model – are now available to aid students read at any level and boost their confidence
To learn more about MaxPhonics program, visit http://maxscholar.com/
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