We have consistently used the reading program with our second grade, Tier 3 intervention students. We use it in a small group of four students, all with different disabilities. The MCW’s lessons have been really helpful in improving basic fluency for all four of them. We now drill them daily and use them for games, and continue to add the new ones each time they are taught. The students really seem to relate to the multi-sensory approach. They love being able to stand and write at the white board. I also built a boggle board on a piece of my blackboard and we play boggle to reinforce the sounds/letters that have been taught. This is extremely motivating! I also have one student in fourth grade who continually mixes her b and d. I drew the picture (candy bar/doughnut) and laminated it. She uses this every day to self-correct her mistakes. I currently work with 2nd grade- 5th grade. Two of my students using the program have dyslexia so this program works well for them. Next year I will have K-3 and am really looking forward to using Reading Horizons with them to hopefully fix some problems and “close the gap.” Most of these students with an IEP struggle with their basic phonics and phonemic awareness. My students now are reading more fluently and are able to decode their regular reading vocabulary a lot easier with the help of the slide (and marking their words)!