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Literacy Plus' product range is based on latest research that indicates at least one in three English-speaking children experiences significant literacy difficulties with many of those children having significant reading-accuracy and spelling difficulties.

 

Literacy Plus' three learning modules, Phonological Fun, Sounds & Vowels and Two Vowels Talking, use comprehensive games and materials for powerful systematic skill development to dramatically accelerate reading-accuracy and spelling skills.

 

You'll find our materials:

  • Are packed with games and fun.

  • Are self-paced, using easy to understand language.

  • Give simple explanations of how best to support children in their learning.

  • Give powerful strategies throughout the modules which build automatic skills and effective long-term memories.

  • Powerfully build students’ skills, confidence and metacognition.

  • Have easy ‘how-to’ videos showing optimal use of activities and materials both on this website and on The Literacy Plus CD.

 

Click here to see the full Literacy Plus range. 

Do these attributes describe your child or the students you work with?  

 

  • Aged three to five.

  • OR... In Grade 1 or 2, and having difficulty with rhyming or playing with the sounds and syllables of spoken words

      Click here for Phonological Fun

 

  • Aged between six and fourteen years?

  • Ready to master reading easier regular words?

  • OR... Experiencing literacy skill weakness in reading and spelling including words with the five regular vowel sounds ă ĕ ĭ ŏ ŭ, and final-e vowels, e.g., words like cop cope slot dress splash.

  • Has been described as having a learning difficulty?

       Click here for Sounds & Vowels

 

  • Aged between six and fourteen years

  • Ready to master reading more advanced regular words?

  • OR... Experiencing difficulty reading and spelling words with common two letter vowels and multisyllabic words, e.g., words like wait bean form fern avoid soup kidnap begin.​

       Click here for Two Vowels Talking