Crossbow Education Reviews

This article is in collaboration with Crossbow Education.

The Crew recently had the opportunity to use a product from an award-winning company that specializes in multisensory teaching resources – Crossbow Education.

When you visit their website you will find that they carry several tools designed to help you create a learning environment that promotes student achievement, especially for those with Dyslexia and Visual Stress.
Sand Timers
Magnetic Foam Letters
Junior Learning Products for Reading, Spelling, and Math
Activities and Games for Phonics
and More — including Eye Level Reading Rulers, which is the product reviewed by the Crew.
Reading Rulers are made of durable, color-tinted plastic; and able to underline and highlight about six inches of text at a time. Text is read through the transparent color. Each Ruler is small and convenient to carry, or keep in a book used as a book mark. “Reading Rulers reduce page glare, dancing, blurring text and other symptoms, while also providing valuable tracking support for reading.” They are available with duo reading windows – one is 1/2″ wide and the other is 1 1/4″ wide – to aid in reading a single line of oversize text, two smaller lines of text or a short paragraph.
Studies have shown that students need a spectrum of colors to choose from, to find the one that best meets their individual needs.
Crossbow Education has a Pack of 10 Eye Level Reading Rulers. It is their most popular package, because it allows a student to examine each color, choose the one that offers the most benefit; and then order just that color.
Pack of 10 Colors – Pink, Celery,
Sky, Magenta, Grass, Yellow, Aqua, Purple, Orange; and Jade
For more information you can Contact Crossbow Education through their website, and you’ll definitely want to read the Homeschool Crew Reviews.

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A big thank you to Penny @ Knee Deep In Grace for writing this introductory article.

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