See-N-Read Reading Tools are created by CadenaSmith Enterprises. They have been thoroughly researched and tested. The purpose of the tools are to help a reader – See, Focus, and Remember.
Simply: if you can see, more clearly, what you are reading, you can better focus on the content and are more likely to achieve greater comprehension and retention of the material.
The regular See-N-Read tool is lightweight, flexible and easy to use. It is blue grey with a clear solid read bar. It’s available in two sizes: 3 1/2″x5″ book size (perfect for the Bible) and 3 1/2″x8 1/2″ document size (or a favorite for large children’s books.)
MemoryMark, is See-N-Read PLUS. It’s also my favorite. Same lightweight, flexible construction, but it has a cut-out read bar. I can write notes, underline in a straight line (without keeping a little, flat, metal ruler in the back of the book I’m currently studying) AND highlight (in any of the cool new colors that aren’t yesterday’s yellow.) We also found Memory Mark useful for math problems. Flip it vertically to align columns and hold place values.
The one and only problem I found with this product is that I don’t have one for everyone. Too many of us and not enough of them! This can be easily rectified, though, because the price is reasonable. Just $2.99 for a single, book size.
The eSee-N-Read is See-N-Read gone electronic for your PC. The same feature of focusing on a line of text, but on your computer, controlled by your mouse. “You can change orientation, size or shape of the tool and/or ReadBar™ to highlight specific text, data or images.” You can have more than one open at a time and it reduces screen glare.
$29.99 for a download to be used on a single computer. Additional prices are available for multi-packs of the See-N-Read or MemoryMark tools and also for the eSee-N-Read downloaded to 3 or more computers.
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Aurora, IL 60502-9461
Let me know if you like these tools as much as we do.
This product was given to me, free of charge, in exchange, for my honest review, as a member of the TOS Homeschool Crew. I receive no other compensation for my reviews on this blog. The opinions expressed are my own.