I was given one smaller version for smaller books and chapter books, a larger one for picture books, and a version for the computer screen. I loved every one of these! There are some that have a clear window where you view the line you are reading and some where the window is left open so to speak so that you can highlight it or mark it. Where were these things when I was in college???
My oldest is a very fast reader but we discovered not too long ago that he gets the job done but doesn't always comprehend everything he has read. He's moving through it too fast. These didn't really slow him down that much but he was able to remember more afterward. He especially loved the eSee-N-Read since most of his curriculum is completed on the computer. He could adjust it to fit the page and it works over any window you might have open on your computer.
My middle son enjoyed the smaller version called Memory Mark. These have the open window for highlighting etc. His reading skills have really just taken off this year so the open window still gave him a place for his finger to go along as he read if needed. He also turned it sideways and used it to keep math columns lined up. The open window obviously allowed him to write answers to math problems as well. I think it also shows what an awesome product it is since he now asks for it every day before we start school. :)
Besides helping the boys do a better job with their schoolwork, I was also impressed with how inexpensive they were. Individually, they are $3.49 or less. They can also be bought in multi-packs. The eSee-N-Read can be purchased for $29.99. I also found out that a local retailer sells them and I can't wait to get more! I want to keep one for books, one in my bible, and the rest will go with our school supplies.
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**This product was provided to me free of charge by See-N-Read for an honest review on this blog. I was in no way compensated by the vendor.