The Eye Level Reading Ruler is a coloured overlay filter and text highlighter about the size of an eight-inch ruler. It is discreet and professional-looking and can be kept in a book as a bookmark for easy storage.
- Increase reading speed by up to 25%
- Enhances reading comprehension
- Improves reading accuracy
- Improves attention span
- Narrow tinted strip for single line tracking
- Wide tinted strip to scan ahead in paragraphs.
The Duo reading ruler is made of a combination of opaque and transparent plastic that both underlines the text and highlights it in a coloured tint. Simply read the text through either of the tinted plastic strips of your selected colour, and track down the page: broad strip for paragraphs; narrow strip for single lines.
- Narrow (approx. 1cm) strip for highlighting single lines of text.
- Broad (approx. 4cm) strip for scanning ahead in a paragraph, and for studying diagrams, tables, columns of figures etc.
- Matt finish on one side; gloss finish on the other.
- Colours can be combined to create up to 30 tints.
- Ideal for all ages - nursery to adult. Office and home use, school or college.
- Easy to store; inexpensive to buy.
- Protective Film on each ruler (remove before use)
- Made from scratch-resistant recylcable PET.
- Individually sleeved.
- Size of ruler: 205mm x 80 mm; the rulers can be trimmed to fit in books or even cut in half to keep in a small dictionary.
FINALIST: GLOBAL EDUCATION PRODUCT OF THE YEAR 2017
Eye Level Reading Rulers were created by Crossbow Education for visual stress sufferers to combine page tinting with tracking support. They are convenient and unobtrusive, and preferred by most children to full page coloured overlays. Research from Birkbeck College (London University) showed that they can increase reading speed by up to 32% . As well as being a key element of our visual stress collection, which won the UK SEN product of the year award in 2014,The Eye Level Reading Ruler was a finalist for the global Educational Product of the Year at the GESS Education awards in March 2017.