Multisensory, Phonics Reading Program with Online Games
The I Can Fly® Reading Program
for Younger Students (Ages 5 to 7)
Price includes entire program (both books & the web app).
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Click the image below to open the online games
& tools for this reading program. Then save it to your
home screen or favorites on your device before entering the code from the book.
Try the app for 10 minutes of free play!
Open the app, select "Activate a Book" on the left side of the title page, in the upper-left corner, choose "No Book? Try for 10 minutes!".
Then exit out by pressing the 'x' in the upper right corner.
Need more information for the web app?
Click on the image below for
instructions for the web app.
Get the app at Apple's App store! No books needed, $5.99
Not sure about the games? Visit our FAQ for the online games.
What type of student is this reading program for?
This reading program is perfect for any young student
is just learning to read, especially those who may be dyslexic or who are not grasping the concepts of reading and writing (spelling) when
compared to his or her peers. This is also a wonderful resource for children who have speech delays, auditory discrimination issues, auditory processing disorder (APD), down syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD),
as well as other communicative problems. Whether you're homeschooling,
supplementing your child's schooling, or getting a jump on reading skills, this
program will get your child reading!
Teaching Autistic Children to Read
The Autism Spectrum Disorder is so varied and reading difficulties often arise. A reading program for autism includes many of
the same requirements as a successful reading program for dyslexia;
specifically, the program should have the following:
- Instruction should build upon itself in a systematic, cumulative manner.
- Instructions should be simple and direct.
- The program should include rewards for motivation.
- Progress should be tracked.
- The program should be visual.
Autistic students love the I Can Fly Reading
Program, since the book exercises are simple and not frustrating. They
especially love the online web app, which, according to a study in the Journal
of Autism and Development Disorders, includes computer technology which these
students especially favor. Your student can play the games as often as they like
while earning coins. They can also view their own progress on their student
metrics charts. See below for more information on this program.
How does this reading program work?
Simply open the book and present
Teach the lesson from the book and then have your student do the worksheets followed by playing the online games for reinforcement. Most of the games can be played
independently, and, as your student plays,
data will be collected so you can see the student's progress. The app has six
slots for six different students. Each student will collect coins as they play
and create their own train layout, with a train that runs, and their own farm,
with animals they can feed.
* Easy to Use * No Training Needed *
Data is collected as your student plays the fun games.
Your child will identify sounds, learn rules, spell words, and complete sentences.
Earn coins to 1) create a train layout with a train that runs, 2) build a farm, 3) and feed the farm animals.
Sounds and Rules Explicitly Taught
Promotes decoding & spelling, creating confident readers!
You can check out the
online game for 10 minutes of free play.
See our FAQ for our curriculums.
Phonics Reference Chart for the I Can Fly Reading
Laminated on card stock, this handy chart can be used for a quick review or to help find sounds when
Note that this is printed on the back cover of the workbooks, however, you may wish to have the laminated sheet separate for convenience.
Watch the video below to learn about our classroom/distance learning tools.
Whether you're teaching a class with a Smart Board, or tutoring or teaching
remotely, we have the tools that will make your job easier. There's no reason to make your own slides, and
little to no lesson planning is needed.
Since holding your students' attention is more difficult when teaching remotely,
lesson plans should be:
highly structured and well planned,
vary in their presentation, and
be clear and concise.
The slides present the lesson in a fun, colorful manner with many illustrations, and the online web app
provides the repetitive review needed.
See Sample of Slides
Lesson Slides for
Includes workbook page images
Lesson Slides for
Does not include workbook page images
This reading program, for students ages 5 to 7, has two
tools that can be used to present lessons remotely or in a class setting
(using a Smart Board or a computer screen).
- Teacher Lesson Slides for Phonics - this includes all lesson slides plus the workbook
page images. This is available as a Kindle e-book that can be accessed on a Mac, PC or Android device
using Amazon's Kindle app
- you do not need a Kindle device, you only need to install the
free Kindle app from Amazon.
- Lesson Slides PDF - this includes only the lesson slides for the program. It does not include the workbook pages.
The lesson slides can be used to present the lessons
using a Smart Board or screen sharing software for distance learning. It can
also be used on a laptop or tablet for one-on-one tutoring or teaching a small
group. The slides illustrate the lessons in an organized, explicit manner, encouraging student participation.
Note that each student should have their own workbook for a complete Orton-Gillingham approach. If you are using the Teacher's Manual, the workbook images
are included so that you do not need a book of your own. If you are using the lesson slides PDF, then you should have your own workbook.
The workbook, lessons
along with the online web app promotes phonemic awareness and contain the
multi-sensory activities that are required for the Orton-Gillingham approach.
Organized in a cumulative, structured manner, with repetition built in.
How to Use Our eTools for
or Classroom Teaching
- Before each lesson, review the flash cards that are included in the online web app. Simply go to www.ICanFlyReadingProgram.com
and press "Play", the flash cards are in the upper-left corner.
- Then open the Kindle app or lesson slides PDF, and display the lesson slides to easily present the lessons in an engaging manner.
- Follow up with the exercises from the workbook(s).
If you're using the PDF, then you will need to have the physical workbooks. If you're using the Kindle formatted book, then the workbooks images are
included so they can be displayed to the student(s).
We recommend that students have their own books to write in, see our
Note - our software license agreement states that only one user
can use the online web app per purchased book at a time.
If you plan on having your student use the web app when you are
not teaching him or her, then the student should have their own workbook.
- Lastly, play the online games with your student. Go to www.ICanFlyReadingProgram.com, press "Play" to navigate to the game menu page.
Letter to the Parent for Program Instructions
See more information
for tips on using screen sharing software.
See our errata.