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Read3: created by experts, delivered by you.

The Read3 program requires no specialist training. We've done the hard work for you. It can be delivered at home by a parent or carer, or at school in a learning support setting by a teacher aide. Educational services assisting children with dyslexia, such as tutoring services and speech pathology clinics can now offer Read3 as a learning system for their most ‘at-risk’ clients.

The basis of the Read3 program comes from pulling together 20 years of scientific research into how the reading brain works and trialling and adapting strategies for children with severe reading disorders in a clinical setting. This was no easy task, we can tell you!

The next step was to bring these strategies together into a format that is simple to understand and easy to execute. Read3 focuses on strengthening 3 core skills:

Hear See Auto
and remembering 
sounds in
Quickly recalling 
the sound 
that goes with 
letters in words

Lessons are carefully sequenced and work to build these cores skills in every session. All instructions, materials and games are included. Best of all, you can deliver this program at a pace that suits your child's unique needs. We are confident Read3 will be a different learning experience for you and your child.

Here is an overview of the elements that make up the Read3 program.  

Practice daily for best results | Read3

Practice daily

Having a caring and committed adult is vital for reading progress to occur. Regular practice is essential – a minimum of 20 minutes a day, 5 times a week is recommended. 

 Introduce letters systematically when teaching reading | Read3

Module-based system

We have divided the reading program into modules and steps which enables us to introduce children to concepts slowly and focus on mastery at every stage for early reading success. Quite simply, if your child can’t automatically recall the content of their current module step, they aren’t ready to move on to the next step. The initial steps focus on building understanding of letters and sounds in short vowel words using our Easy Alphabet, before moving to long vowel spelling rules and more complex words. 

 Simple 3-step lessons |

Quick 3-step lessons

Life with kids is very busy so we’ve made the Read-3 lesson structure as simple as possible. Each day you’ll be working on the 3 core skills with your child. Our lesson plans are easy to follow and include direct links to all materials you will need. There are a range of activities to choose from within each lesson to help keep your child interested and motivated.  

 Videos make lessons easy | Read3

Video instruction

Each lesson plan starts with a short video to help you gain a clear understanding of the purpose of the lesson. You’ll be hearing direct from Robyn, experience speech pathologist and Co-creator of Read3. 

 Fun, multi-sensory lessons keep children engaged | Read3

Keep it fun

School is already stressful for many of these children, so we aim to make lessons anything but! Daily games, not workbooks, are the foundation of our learning system. Within each module we offer a variety of multi-sensory games and activities that build the foundations of reading step-by-step. Flip a card, cut up a rhyme strip, toss a dice and watch your child’s understanding improve.   

Click and download Read3 games as needed

Convenient, digital format

The Read3 program is pretty comprehensive. So, to keep things simple we've gone digital. Each time you purchase a new module step you'll gain access to an online lesson plan which includes direct links to the lesson video and all games and activities. Simply click and download your activities for the day.  

  Manual and online access for easy learning | Read3

User guide and online access

When you sign up for Read3, you will receive a user-friendly User Guide detailing:

 • program overview
 • automaticity guidelines
 • monitoring tools
 • PLUS details how to login for instant access to all lesson plans, activities and games, record sheets and instructional videos.

 Curated list of literacy resources for extra support | Read3

Extra resources curated for you!

There are millions of literacy resources out there, so we see no reason to reinvent the wheel. Instead we provide expert guidance as to which resources or websites can be used in conjunction with each step in our program for extra practice and variety.

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