Over the past few weeks, ALuv and I have been reviewing a cute internet-based learning program called Samson’s Classroom. Now, you have the chance to win one free year of Samson’s Classroom!
This fun, little character guides students through games that help with sight words, spelling, and reading comprehension.
ALuv greatly enjoyed playing the sight word and spelling games, interacting with Samson (this little dog really is quite funny). NJoy (3.5 years) and MBug (2 years) also enjoyed watching ALuv play!
I really like that the games teach; so when a child enters the wrong answer, the program is formatted to give the child extra support. I also like that I have an “admin” option in which I can change spelling lists and monitor his progress; since the child’s scores are recorded for each game.
The only down side to the program that I found is in the reading comprehension section; there aren’t independent passages for K or beginning 1st grade readers. But the website says they are open for writers to contribute! (By the way, I still used the reading passages as a listening comprehension; where ALuv listened to me read aloud and I asked the questions.)
Sound cool? Then check it out for yourself!
You can try out their DEMO or watch a DEMO VIDEO…for FREE!
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This looks like such a fun program! Thanks for hosting this giveaway! My daughter would love this.
I reviewed this program to enter a different give away and didn’t win:( Sure hope I win this time! Thanks for the 2nd chance!
I am so fortunate to have found your blog. I am enjoying it tremendously and appreciate the opportunity to win a subscription to Samson for our school.
Samson would be wonderful to use with our almost 1st grader! I’m sure the preschooler would love it as well. =)
We are revising our RtI program for first grade next year and this program would be a nice fit for our emerging readers (5 classrooms). Thanks for sharing!