Life Skill Readers: An Attainment eReader
Useful information with photos for transition students

Life Skill Readers provides valuable, practical information for older students reading at a second grade level or below. Forty essays are divided into seven categories: Community, Personal, Places, School, Signs, Transportation, and Work.

Life Skill Readers Screens
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The pages each have a single paragraph of text, between 1 and 3 sentences, along with photos that illustrate the information.

Example essays:

Personal: Going Out on a Date, Visit to the Doctor’s Office, Expressions
Places: Libraries, Stairs Escalators and Elevators, Hotels
School: Getting Ready for School, The Lunchroom
Shopping: Hardware Stores, Sit Down Restaurants
Signs: City Signs, Safety Signs
Transportation: Riding in a Car, Traveling Long Distance
Work: Working in a Warehouse, Working in an Office



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Try a demo version of Life Skill Readers
right now, absolutely free!

Click the DEMO button to launch the demo. Available stories have full functionality, but there is no access to settings or results. The default settings are: Auto Read (speech), manual page turns.

About Attainment's eReader Software
Attainment's eReader software reads high-interest stories aloud to students with professional narration. The narrative stories are aimed at older and transition students who are struggling readers. The non-fiction stories are suited for students with a narrower range of abilities.

Attainment’s eReader features include:
  • Text highlighted word by word, line by line, or by complete sentence.
  • Contemporary and age-appropriate graphics on most pages
  • Vocabulary words with easy-to-understand definitions
  • A test at the end of each story with speech support
  • An optional hint feature for each test question that directs students to the page with the answer.
  • Accessibility by mouse, touch screen, IntelliKeys or single switch.
  • A unified management system which helps the teacher quickly review or print out student performance data.
  • Customize reading lists and settings to suit each student's learning style. Choose word-by-word or natural speech narration, select the text highlighting approach, and assign tests.