The new reading solution for a 'visual' child : From Oxford Learning Solutions

“Highly effective and deceptively simple, the Easyread System succeeds in making learning to read fun.”
Rebecca Abrams
Daily Telegraph
Families Columnist

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Easyread: A new attitude from Day 1, substantial progress in 3-4 weeks

Helping Children Learn To Read


How to help a child to learn to read, without specialist training


Helping a child learn to read can be a very technical task. I helped both my sons learn to read in the 1990's and it was a traumatic experience for both of us.

English is by far the hardest of all the European languages to learn to read and children often need considerable help.

Easyread is all about helping to make the learning to read process easy.

The reason it is so tricky is that English words have 44 sounds in them and over 200 letter patterns that can represent them. That is over 4 letter patterns for each sound. You know how inconsistent English spelling is; gas, has, was, trough, tough, tought, bough, borough... I could go on all day.

There are no spelling rules that work consistently and so it cannot be taught in that way.

The best way to help a child to read is to make reading practice easy. Reading English is a skill you learn through practice. So Easyread delivers the TrainerText system to make it a straightforward process.

We first help by presenting very strong visual characters for each sound in the language. Then we present the text with these same characters above the text. This helps your child learn to read by making decoding unfamiliar words easy.

We have found that most children with this sort of reading help learn to read in around 6-9 months. Some have struggled for years with conventional reading help and go virtually nowhere.

So test the latest reading help system for your child, today.



Use Easyread for Reading Help and Spelling Help


Easyread is a reading system designed for visual learners. It uses a short daily lesson online to teach a child to read over 2-6 months. It has proved highly effective with the most common form of dyslexia (auditory deficit syndrome). It is based on synthetic phonics.

We can also give advice on other foms of dyslexia such as Irlen Syndrome and Dyspraxia.

Getting children to read is our passion. Don't hesitate to call us with any question. But before you do, take the time to have a look around the site. There is a lot of information on literacy, dyslexia, the causes of dyslexia and ways to help with each type of dyslexia.

You can also check our blog to hear the latest literacy news.

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