The program is designed for grades K-5. If your daughter is an above average reader, the reading section of the program will be perfect for her, as the passages begin at an upper second grade level and go up to an upper fifth grade level. The spelling unit is customizable, so you can create word lists based directly off of your daughters curriculum. As an advanced second grader, it is likely that the sight words portion of the program will be below her level, and those words are intended to be learned from K-2 grade. You are welcome to call me if you need further clarity or if you have any other questions.
Samson's Classroom, posted December 3 at 10:49 AM
Samson's Classroom is the PERFECT fit for your family based on those age ranges! The program is designed so students can work on content that is at their own grade level. Your children would each have access to all of the content offered on Samson's Classroom, but you can direct them to work on specific material based on their individual abilities.
Sight Words with Samson - perfect for Pre-K-2nd grade (although a preschooler would require more assistance). This portion of the program help students master the 224 most commonly used words in the English language; "Dolch Sight Words".
Spelling with Samson - suited for children in grades 1-5, this program allows you to create custom word lists based on what your students are already working on in class. We have over 7,000 words in our database that can be added to your custom spelling lists and studied in a fun and engaging video game format.
Reading with Samson - passages range from an upper second grade to upper fifth grade level. The student must read the selected passage and answer questions to test their comprehension skills. If a question is answered incorrectly, the portion of the passage where the answer can be found is highlighted and the student is encouraged to reread that portion to draw out the answer on their own. As students answer questions correctly they earn "hammer swings" which allow them to play in Samson's Carnival.
Samson's Classroom, posted December 3 at 11:18 AM