Struggling Readers

Do you have a bright child who struggles to read? Is your child guessing at short, easy words, despite months or even years of reading practice?

If your child is guessing at words, you know how confusing and frustrating it can be. You want them to read, but instead every reading practice feels like you’re just spinning your wheels.

But here’s good news: there’s an easy solution to guessing.

How can you put an end to guessing?

Although there are many different causes of reading difficulty, the solution is fairly simple: You need to teach the child to decode, or sound out words. We make that process easy by using trainertext visual phonics (TVP).

TVP uses memorable characters to represent the different sounds, or phonemes, in the English language. These characters appear above letters to help children sound out words.

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TVP makes learning to read fun, and it’s backed by years of research as seen in the Easyread TVP intervention. In no time at all, a struggling reader can stop guessing and start decoding words, even irregular ones.

Try trainertext visual phonics for FREE and see the difference for yourself

We want you to see firsthand how fun and easy learning to read can be. That’s why we’ve created free TVP tools and helpful articles. We also offer ten free visual phonics lessons so you can try our no-stress approach to overcoming reading struggles for yourself. We know you’ll be amazed at the difference.

Free Trainertext Resources

Including printables, workbooks, flashcards, online games, and more.

Try 10 Free Easyread Lessons

Struggling readers gained an average of 2 years in reading age in an academic trial of Easyread.

Help for Beginner Readers

Advice for teaching your 3-5 year old to read, plus news about our new free learn-to-read app.

Reading Difficulty Symptom Checker

Print out our free symptom checker to pinpoint the underlying cause of reading difficulty.

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