Read3 is an intensive learn to read program for children who can't remember letters and their corresponding sounds, or read simple words including sight words.
It was specifically created for parents of children with literacy challenges, including dyslexia.
Read3 can be implemented as early as five years of age in response to literacy screening tests or parental concerns. If there is a family history of dyslexia or reading and spelling difficulties, we recommend the child start Read3 as soon as possible.
Why Read3 works
- unique learning strategies accommodate for a wider range of processing difficulties than classroom and traditional intervention programs.
- learning can be targeted more closely to the child's unique needs.
- developed specifically with the parent in mind - no specialist training required and it's fun for the kids
- strategies are based on 20 years of clinical experience working with children with dyslexia and support expert recommendations from Tufts, MIT and Harvard released in 2017
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We understand at read3
Is your child struggling with the alphabet, phonics or sight words? Are you concerned they may have dyslexia? Read-3 can help.
- We know about the tantrums and tears.
- We know about the frustration, the comparisons and the guilt.
- We know about the 'free advice' from others.
- We know your child is trying.
- We know you are trying.
- We know you are busy.
We understand, because we've been there.
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How Read3 works learn more about
Integrated development of 3 core skills
Each day you’ll work with your child to strengthen all 3 foundational literacy skills: hearing sounds, connecting sound segments to letters, and improving automatic recognition of letters, sound segments and words.
Module based learning system
A systematic approach enables us to introduce children to our reading system slowly, and focus on mastery at every stage.
Our Easy Alphabet
An important first step in the Read3 program, the Easy Alphabet incorporates visual and auditory cues to give genuine meaning to letter shapes which improves recall and frees up the brain to start reading.
Effective memory strategies
Incorporates evidence-based techniques to reduce the load on working memory and prevent letter sequencing problems.
Convenient digital format
Simply click the links on your lesson plan to download the day's activities.
Easy Alphabet learn more about the
The Easy Alphabet brings meaning to letters for young children learning to read.The Easy Alphabet is an integral part of the Read3 program and a useful tool in any early years classroom.
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