This Game Teaches Kids to Read in Weeks!
The Fidget Game: Sight Word Edition
So.. How Does It Work?
Playing games while learning is shown to increase knowledge and understanding in children by 25%...and it's FUN!
Engaging multiple senses for a child leads to greater memory retention, higher accuracy in recall and memory retrieval.
Scientific research has proven that The Fidget Game helps children become better and more confident readers.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do kids learn to read so fast playing this game?
The Fidget game uses a multisensory and game-based approach to learning, this is proven to improve knowledge and understanding by 25% in children. 95% of our customers have reported their children/ students have improved reading skills within 3 weeks of playing the game.
Why is multisensory learning so important?
Multisensory activities are based in whole brain learning, encouraging learners to use more than one of their senses when taking in new information. When using more senses while learning to read educational researchers have found this increases word recognition and improves memory by 25%.
Are sight words better to learn first or phonics skills?
Sight word instruction is an excellent supplement to phonics instruction. It is recommended that children learn at least 10-20 sight words before formal phonics instruction.
What are Dolch words and why are they beneficial to learn?
Dolch words, also known as sight words, account for 75% of all vocabulary found in grade school reading material. These 220 words are broken down by grade level of words students should know from Pre-K to grade 3. Dolch words are very beneficial to to children with dyslexia and other learning difficulties may find knowing the list useful because it facilitates the development of reading and spelling skills.
Is this game designed just to memorize sight words?
No, this curriculum aligned game is created for children to practice the most common words to improve reading comprehension and fluency and boost confidence while reading. Practising sight words allows children to build the foundation for reading more complex words.
Is this game better than learning to read on the ipad?
Researchers at Stanford University found that students who learn to read on print rather than on screens had significantly faster reading rates and stronger fluency and comprehension skills.
My 1st and 3rd grader love the Fidget Game. We've played a couple of times and so far it's been great.
I am a formal teacher of 13 years and this game is wonderful! My kids are literally begging me to play it all the time. We bring it to restaurants so they are entertained. It’s highly motivating and the best part is the kids are having fun while learning!
My Kindergarten students love playing this game!
Kids love it.
I purchased this Fidget Game for my daughter. But when we opened it then fudged popper didn’t have any words on it. It was blank. Was mine defective ?