Agoura Hills, CA (PressExposure) November 02, 2011 -- ClickN KIDS, the creators of multi-award winning online phonics reading programs starts a groundbreaking endeavor toward childhood illiteracy with "Project READ", which allows qualifying schools to receive free licenses to their Looney Tunes ClickN READ Phonics software.
"Project READ" is a brand new school donation and PTA fundraising program. ClickN KIDS will donate their Looney Tunes ClickN READ Phonics software to schools, saving schools thousands of dollars for their students in Pre-K to 5th grade while increasing the use of technology within their daily curriculum. A noteworthy cause towards the No Child Left Behind Act, increasing youth education awareness and providing aid to schools in need, the children learn how to read "one click at a time". We will provide the school with branded marketing flyers as a hand-out at events, assemblies and neighborhoods which assists the school to sell Looney Tunes ClickN READ Phonics Home Edition to the community. 25% of all purchases generated by the participating school will be donated back to the school.
All the programs in the ClickN KIDS family are so easy to use, no teacher training is required. All ClickN KIDS programs produce detailed progress and usage reports, printable practice pages, and are stored entirely online for easy access. The company also stands behind its product with unlimited customer support for the school.
ClickN KIDS are developers of online research based education products and software for schools and homes created by Dr. J. Ron Nelson in 2003. Current products in its family are ClickN READ, ClickN SPELL, and the newest member, Looney Tunes ClickN READ Phonics that incorporates all the characters from the beloved Looney Tunes line-up. ClickN KIDS utilizes the power of the internet to deliver interactive and individualized programs that utilizes animation, sound and instructional design with state of the art technology. In their ongoing commitment to education, new software in production includes ClickN READ Spanish, ClickN READ Queen's English, ClickN MATH and ClickN SCIENCE. Their entertaining software serves many children, children with reading difficulties as well as ESL adults. All the programs align with core curricula and adhere to state and federal requirement guidelines.
If you'd like more information about "Project READ" or you are a private or charter school and would like to participate, please contact Don Plehn at 818/431-2702 or for more information about their software, visit http://www.clicknkids.com.