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.
Read 3 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 Harvard and Tufts Universities released in 2017
The Easy Alphabet brings meaning to letters for young children learning to read.
Featuring an Australian 'beginner' font, this fun and colourful alphabet builds strong letter-sound links.
Unlike other alphabets, each letter in the Easy Alphabet is supported by an integrated audio-visual cuein the form of a ‘story’ that links the picture to both the sound, and shape of the letter.Humans are natural story-tellers and the Easy Alphabet taps into that natural ability bringing extra meaning to the page, particularly for struggling readers. Find out more.