Would you like to raise his reading comprehension?
Help his vocabulary?
Boost his concentration skills?
Now you can!
Studies reveal that boys who read a book while listening to the audio version experience a true boost in reading skills, including boys with dyslexia.
"...research suggests that audiobooks can aid in the development of some key literacy skills, especially in students who dislike reading, have trouble sitting still, or have ADHD, dyslexia, or other learning disabilities." (From Book Riot)
As part of our "Listen & Learn" system, we bundle together the Ebook and Audiobook of each book in the Great Battles for Boys series.
This bundle allows boys to read along on any device while also listening to a skilled reader — and parents get to save almost 40% off the regular price!
Boys not remember more information — and gain better concentration skills — but they also learn how to read with good pacing, intonations, and better pronunciations.
As reported by Book Buddy Media:
"Dr. Frank Serafini, author of Audiobooks & Literacy states that hearing the sounds of spoken language while pairing those sounds with the printed word helps struggling readers to better focus on the meaning of words, rather than simply trying to recognize words in the first place. “As developing readers listen to audiobooks and follow along with a printed version of the story, they learn to match the sounds of oral language to their written counterparts. This matching of sounds to symbols is the basis for reading instruction… [and supports] struggling readers by helping them focus on meaning rather than the decoding of text.”
To find out more about the benefits of reading along while listening, check out these links:
Dyslexic Advantage: Reading While Listening