The Easyread Visual PHonics program
Is your child guessing words? Skipping words? Reading a word fine on one page but not the next?
It can be so frustrating when a child shows these patterns… especially when you feel like you have tried everything. Well, there’s good news, and bad news.
Bad news: Just doing more of the same stressful reading practice isn’t going to make a difference.
Good news: Struggling readers can learn to read without tears or battles. You just have to teach them the way their brain wants to learn.
Visual phonics: designed for the visual-learner brain
Easyread uses trainertext visual phonics to teach guessers how to stop sight-reading words and start decoding, or sounding them out. It is the only visual phonics of its kind in the world. Even those pesky highly irregular words feel easy to kids, often after years of difficulty (and let’s face it, this is English… there are lots of irregular words!)
Each character represents a single phonetic sound (not a letter)
Learners gained 2 years in reading age, in an independent trial
An academic trial, shortlisted for research excellence, found that children who were an average of 2 years behind in reading, caught up to expectation after 120 Easyread lessons (4-6 months).
Get a free trial, a baseline assessment with a reading specialist, and 50% off your first monthly enrollment fee
Coffee + Crumbs listeners are eligible for 50% off your first monthly enrollment fee, worth about $100. That is on top of the free 10-lesson trial, and baseline assessment with a reading specialist who will help pinpoint the why your child is struggling. Just mention that you heard about us through Coffee + Crumbs when it is time to enroll, and we will apply the discount. Start by creating your free trial account below (no credit card details required)… and get ready to start your journey towards reading breakthrough!
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Meet Easyread’s Founder
David Morgan has a BA in mechanical engineering and a Masters in education. David was a founding trustee of The Shannon Trust, started David Morgan Education, and launched Helping Children to Read . He struggled to learn to read himself, and when his two sons had the same issues 2 decades later, he invented trainertext visual phonics (TVP) to help them and in turn thousands of children around the globe. In his spare time he likes to ski, sail and walk the hills.